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  • 为你的交易做好计划;按你的计划执行交易。42. Limit the risk in any one trade to a maximum of 10% and the risk in all open trades to a maximum of 25% of trading capital. (risk = pct of available capital).

  1. Plan your trades and trade your plans.


  2. Hope and fear are the two greatest enemies of speculators.


  3. Keep records of your trading results.


  4. Maintain a positive attitude no matter how much you lose.


  5. Avoid overconfidence--it could be your greatest enemy.


  6. Continually set higher trading goals.


  7. Stops are the key to success for many traders--limit your losses!


  8. The most successful traders are those that trade long term.


  9. Successful traders buy into bad news&sell into good news.


  10. The successful trader is not afraid to buy high&sell low.


  11. Successful traders have a well scheduled planned time for studying the markets.


  12. Successful traders set profit objectives for each trade they enter.


  13. Do not collect the opinions of others before entering trades--facts are priceless--opinions are worthless. In short successful traders isolate themselves from the opinions of others.


  14. Continually strive for patience, perseverance, determination, and rational action.


  15. Never get out of the market just because you have lost patience or get into the market because you are anxious from waiting.


  16. Avoid getting in or out of the market too often.


  17. The most profitable trading tool is simply following the trend.


  18. Never change your position in the market without a good reason. When you make a trade, let it be for some good reason or according to a definite plan; then do not get out without a definite indication of a change in trend.


  19. Losses make the speculator studious--not profits. Take advantage of every loss to improve your knowledge of market action.


  20. The most difficult task in speculation is not prediction but self-control. Successful trading is difficult and frustrating. You are the most important element in the success equation.


  21. The basic substance of price change is human emotion. Panic, fear, greed, insecurity, anxiety, stress, and uncertainty are the primary sources of short-term price change.


  22. Bullish consensus is typically at its high when the market is at a top. Also there are few bulls at major bottoms.


  23. Watch the spreads i.e., don't be bullish if inverses are narrowing.


  24. Remember that a bear market will give up in one month what a bull market has taken 3 months to build.


  25. Identify "the dominant factor" in each commodity. Be prepared to redefine this factor as conditions change.


  26. Expand your sources for market info but limit your sources for market opinion.


  27. Don't ever allow a big winning trade to turn into a loser. Stop yourself out if market moves against you 20% from your peak profit point.


  28. It is never possible to know everything about anything. A commodity trader is in constant danger.


  29. Successful trading requires four things. Knowledge, disciplined courage, money, and the energy to merge the first 3 properly.


  30. Expect and accept losses gracefully. Those who brood over losses always miss the next opportunity, which more than likely will be profitable.


  31. The one essential ingredient to making money with money and keeping it is having an organized effort.


  32. Unless you progress, you go backwards. Once you complete a trading goal it is crucial that you immediately set a new goal.


  33. The art of concentration can help you become a great trader. In other words, set aside time to think, plan, meditate, investigate, research, analyze, evaluate and select your trades carefully.


  34. Split your profits right down the middle and never risk more than 50% of them again in the market.

  35. The key to successful trading is in knowing yourself and in knowing your stress point.


  36. The real difference between winners and losers is not so much native ability as it is discipline exercised in avoiding mistakes.


  37. The greatest risk for a commodity trader is to rely on hope alone. Never substitute hope for facts. The greatest loss is loss of self-confidence.


  38. You cannot perform very well for very long with your shoes nailed to the floor. In trading as in fencing there are the quick and the dead.


  39. Remember Mark Twain: "only 10% of the people think. 10% think they think. The other 80% would rather die than think."

  40. The man who goes to the top as a commodity trader does not do as he pleases. He has trained himself to choose correctly between the two freedoms: the freedom to do as he pleases, and the freedom to do what he must do.


  41. Since there is always the possibility of surprise in thin, dead markets, less capital should be risked there than in markets which are broad and moving.


  42. Limit the risk in any one trade to a maximum of 10% and the risk in all open trades to a maximum of 25% of trading capital. (risk = pct of available capital). Determine this each day, adding profits and subtracting losses in open trades, and combine this net figure with your trading capital.


  43. It does not take much capital to trade a market if one has knowledge and understanding. St. Paul said, "when I am weak I am strong."


  44. Speech may be silver but "Silence is Golden". Traders with the golden touch do not talk.


  45. Common trading errors include: A) trading without good reasons. B) trading on hope rather than facts. C) overloading without regard for capital.


  46. "I like the short side of the market because there is usually less company". The mob is usually wrong. It is usually long.


  47. A fatal mistake made by the fundamental trader is to take small profits. This is the result of limited vision ??? extremes always seem silly to men of so called good judgment.


  48. Trade only when you have a good reason on an appraisal of fundamentals and using chart action for confirmation and timing of entry and exit.


  49. Believe that "the big one is possible" --be there when it starts. Have the gross power to act, be rested mentally and physically, and finally let your profits run and cut your losses quickly.


  50. Dream big dreams and think tall. Very few people set goals too high. A man becomes what he thinks about all day long.



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