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    Default Here's the proper way to exit a losing trade (without pain)

    Hey everyone,

    A few years ago, I was a regular poster here and many traders seemed to appreciate my educational trading strategy content.

    I've been gone a while, but just published a new blog post that I think you'll enjoy.

    It's about trading psychology, and focuses on the way I close losing trades.

    Hope you like it: View blog post

    Cheers,

    Deron

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    It kind of reads like a pump and dump email... promising the headlined info is yet to come "read until the end!" It may have been a good article, but I hate that writing style so much that I stopped reading part-way through sorry. However, I have always wondered why successful traders feel the need to write blogs and sell newsletters. I've done blogging before for one of my businesses and it is really really hard work. If I was a successful trader I'd sure have better things to do. I've always wondered about that one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by blindsquirrel View Post
    It kind of reads like a pump and dump email... promising the headlined info is yet to come "read until the end!" It may have been a good article, but I hate that writing style so much that I stopped reading part-way through sorry. However, I have always wondered why successful traders feel the need to write blogs and sell newsletters. I've done blogging before for one of my businesses and it is really really hard work. If I was a successful trader I'd sure have better things to do. I've always wondered about that one....

    Gosh......

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    This was an easy read for me. I never use stops. So, I never get stopped out. (Welcome back Deron).

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    My grandfather used to follow Martin Zweig religiously. Zweig always used stops. One interesting sidelight was when a stock was stopped out he dropped it from his portfolio therefore his portfolio always looked great because only the winners remained in the list. (He supposedly was very successful though.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louetta View Post
    Gosh......
    You've never wondered that?

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    Deron, on consideration I think we have given you enough room for publicity. You are free to continue to participate, but not to link to your site.

    Regards,

    Karel
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    I love how OP comes out with a friendly, kind-spirited post including a link to his blog that he "thinks you'll enjoy", and suddenly BANG BANG

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    He can use links...as long as he clicks on ads...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmarket View Post
    He can use links...as long as he clicks on ads...lol
    To clarify, $$$MR. MARKET$$$ and I decided not to allow Deron links to his site.

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