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Neutral Trading business, equities, options, fx Vancouver Message Board › neutral trading works for the undisciplined

neutral trading works for the undisciplined

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A former member
Post #: 2
The conventional way of trading 80% of traders will lose, 20% win. Most become losers because it's difficult to stick with a strategy. They break rules by taking small profits, hold onto losers and screw up their money management. 80% of traders will break rules just to grab a quick small profit, you must retrain your psychology to be successful with traditional trading methods. If this was easy, then everyone would become successful with no effort.

Neutral Trading creates 80% winners and 10% losers because it's easier to stick to the system. The things that 80% of people do, take quick profits/hold on to losers, is exactly what you are suppose to do with neutral trading. Therefore, if you failed with the old way of trading, neutral trading may be a system that brings you success.

Every system has ups and downs and neutral trading is no different. However neutral trading is much easier to stick to as it will fit the psychology of most traders. If you are the few 20% that can follow the traditional system, then good for you. However, if you fall in the 80% failure rate, you can either retrain your psychology(which is hard to do) or learn neutral trading. In the end it's mostly psychology.

Chris C
Kevin
user 9669066
Vancouver, BC
Post #: 7
I totally agree with you Chris. Traditional trading is very difficult cause it stems on psychology and money management. As a traditional trader you have to learn to be on the right side of the fence and refrain from trading if there is danger. Loosing trades actually has many negatives side effects on the mind. Its like a snowball. Learn to trade with the right mindset as a traditional trader. Then you will see light. Any style of trading can be learned. There are momentum traders, scalpers, technical traders, break out traders, support and resistance traders, neutral traders. In the end it is what fits your mindset. I am a firm believer that everyone is individualist and needs to know what style fits them the best.
A former member
Post #: 8
Totally agree with you Kevin. Most of the people I know only reaches success after finding their internal, personal Holy Grail, not one from outside. I am pretty sure most of the people that learns Neutral Trading will add their personal views and beliefs to the system in the long run. Finding "your way" is one of the most difficult aspects of trading, but its where freedom is.
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