STAYING ONE STEP AHEAD

TRADING RULES

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Cut losses Ride Winners Keeps bets small Follow the rules without question Know when to break the rules

Paul Tudor Jones Trading Rules

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Don‘t ever average losses: Decrease your trading volume when you are doing poorly; increase your volume when you are trading well. Never trade in situation where you don‘t have control. If you have a losing position that is making you uncomfortable get out, because you can always get back in. There is nothing better than a fresh start. Don‘t be too concerned about where you got into a position. The only relevant question is whether you are bullish or bearish on the position of that day, who care where I was long from? The most important rule of trading is to play great defense, not great offence. Don‘t be hero. Don‘t have an ego. Always question your self and your ability. Don‘t ever feel you are very good. The second you do, you are dead. Don‘t focus on making money but focus on protecting what you have.

The Mental Fortitude to Accept Hung Gains . Buffet‘s and Templeton‘s methods focus on the simple concept or buying undervalued companies that possess good potential for growth. The Discipline to Follow the Method. The Mental Fortitude to Accept That Loss Are Part of the Game.Bob Prechter     A Method : By a method he is referring to an objective mechanism that help you to make a trading decision.

. If you are swing trade do not let your swing trade turn into an investment.RULES OF TRADE      Never mix disciplines : If you are a day trade then day trade and do not let a day trade turn into a swing trade. Never try to trade Back a Loser. Revenge does not pay in or out of the market. In other words. Always trade in the present not in the past where too many emotional and psychology factor can affect the current trade. each trade is a new one and should not be used to win back money lost in the last trade. Follow the rules based on discipline of your time frame.

GOLDEN RULE FOR TRADE           You must have a trade plan You should follow the trade plan Always trade with a stop loss Diversify your trades Trade the big moves while filtering out the small Trade with the overall trend Do not listen to the News: only the market. . Don‘t listen to your broker Have money management Rules Most important hove the Discipline to Follow the Rules.

. Letting eagerness to make profit warp judgment. Failing to keep a position sheet and selecting stock on hunches rather than calculations Buying on bulges instead of waiting on reactions. Taking a position too soon due to impatience. Making trade out of harmony with the general trend. Taking a position too late after a move is well under way or is completed. Failing to place and move stops. Improperly estimating the distance a stock should move.NINE COMMON TRADING ERROR          Making trade with insufficient study and practice.

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YOU HAVE TO ANALYSE YOUR FEELINGS AS YOU TRADE. TO MAKE SURE THAT YOUR DECISIONS ARE INTELLECTUALLY SOUND. LOOSER TRY TO BUILD A STOOL WITH ONLY ONE LEGE OR TWO AT THE MOST. . YOU HAVE TO STRUCTURE YOUR MONEY MANAGEMENT SOTHAT NO S STRING OF LOSSERS CAN KICK YOU OT OF THE GAME. THEY SUSALLY FOCUS EXCLUSIVELY ON TRADING SYSTEMS. A LOGICAL TRADING SYSTEM AND GOOD MONEY MANAGEMENT. YOURS TRADE MUST BE BASED ON CLEARLY DEFINED TULES. THESES ESSENTIALS ARE LIKE THREE LEGS OF A STOOL – REMOVE ONE AND THE STOOL WILL FALL.LAEXANDER ELDER  EVERY WINNER NEED TO BE MASTER THREE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF TRADING: A SUOUND INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY. TOGETHER WITH PERSON WIO SIT ON IT.

GREATEST TRADER EVER    Here are some valuable nuggets I have gleaned from the book. and hope. It‘s published by Traders Press and is available at Amazon. the mentally lazy. That is why the numerical ( technical) formations and patterns recur on a constant basis. Or the get-richquick adventurer.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. All through time. They will die poor. people have basically acted and reacted the same way in the market as a result of greed. Most of the nuggets below are direct quotes from Livermore .com. the person of inferior emotional balance. ignorance. But it is not a game for the stupid. ―How to Trade Stocks‖ by Jesse Livermore. himself. fear. with added material from Richard Smitten. . The game of speculation is the most uniformly fascinating game in the world.

confirm your opinion. It is foolhardy to make a second trade. Don‘t hang on to a losing position for very long. Livermore‘s money made in speculation came from ―commitments in a stock or commodity showing a profit right from the start. don‘t be an impatient trader. In other words. Being a little late in a trade is insurance that your opinion is correct.‖ .NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. Lets this thought be written indelibly upon your mind. itself. GREATEST TRADER EVER    Don‘t take action with a trade until the market. Never average losses. if your first trade shows you a loss.

Why send good money after bad? Keep that good money for another day. those speculators who feel they must trade day in and day out. When a margin call reaches you. You are on the wring side of a market.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. close you account. Never meet a margin call. are laying the foundation for your next venture. . You will reap benefits from their mistakes. GREATEST TRADER EVER   Remember this: when you are doing nothing.

previous major tops or bottoms: and (2) psychological price levels such as 50 or 100. Follow the trend. Basically. GREATEST TRADER EVER   Livermore coined what he called ―Pivotal Points‖ in a market or a stock. . and sell a stock or commodity that saw a price breakout below a Pivotal Point. He would buy a stock or commodity that saw a price breakout above the Pivotal Point. they were: (1) Price level at which the stock or market reversed course previouslyin other words. Successful traders always follow the line of least resistance.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. 200 etc. The trend is your friend.

GREATEST TRADER EVER    A prudent speculator never argues with the tape. This is because markets are driven by humans – and human nature never changes. Few people succeed in the market because they have no patience.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. I absolutely believe that price movement patterns are being repeated. with slight variations. They have a strong desire to get rich quickly. . Markets are never wrong opinion often are. They are recurring patterns that appear over and over.

Perhaps it is a vocation. I am fully aware that of the millions of people who speculate in the markets. GREATEST TRADER EVER   When you make a trade. Losses are twice as expensive to make up. . And you must obey your rules: Never sustain a loss of more than 10% of your capital. where many are called but few are singled out for success.‖ you should have a clear target where to sell if the market moves against you. Perhaps even more than a job.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. few people spend full time involve in the are of speculation. Yet as gar as I am concerned it is a full time job. I always established a stop before making a trade.

Wait until all the factors are in your favor before making the trade. HE realized early on that market and stocks can and do change – but people and their behaviors do not. Therein lay his formula for trading success.NUGGETS OF WISHDOM FROM JESSE LIVERMORE. An important point I want to make is that Jasse Livermore‘s trading success came not because of any ―inside‖ information or some huge store of knowledge he had about each and every stock or commodities market he traded. . GREATEST TRADER EVER  The big money is made by the sittin and the saitin – not the thinking. That formula for trading success has not changed since Livermore‘s hey day in the stock and commodities markets almost a century ago. Livermore‘s trading success was derived from his understanding of human behavior.

. ― The loser ― were ‗playing the market‘. playing the market‘. not using it intelligently. not. is the one who got the money. who was suing is intelligently. The most careful preparation –a systematic plan is one of the essentials of success. Market action is not complex but surprisingly simple. It is an undeniable fact that indiscriminate trading in a hectic market will send one to financial oblivion quicker than any other known process.20 Nugget from a Book : a Better way to make Money     The secret to losing money in the market is to know why. The fellow at the other end of the deal. Yet is is often made to appear complex by newspaper forecasters and market letter writer.

20 Nugget from a Book : a Better way to make Money     Market action in human nature in action. All market movement are based on two deep seated and entirely natural emotion: the desire for gain and the fear of loss. So anxious are people to find some talisman. . What marvelous results could be attained in the business of making money if those who buy stocks would take a little time to learn a few simple facts about the market in which they are blindly reposing their faith. that they will try anything from coin-flipping to crystal gazing to secure the desired assistance. some magic want that will help them secure the hidden riches of the market.

Don‘t trade just because you can afford to lose. just as you employ and stick to one physician in whom you learn to have confidence. One of the most important points in your market education is to learn as early as possible that the customary and supposedly weighty market news is of very small importance. . The news only looks important. Adopt one system of trading and stick to it.20 Nugget from a Book : a Better way to make Money     Market students are continually diverted from making true evaluation of securities and commodities because they study the statistics made by prices instead of the psychology of price.

Who must follow the vein faithfully if he expects to get the yellow metal. Treat is a such. Trading is simple another form of business.20 Nugget from a Book : a Better way to make Money     Practice make perfect is an old copy book adage that work well in the market palace. Trend to the investor is like the vein of gold to the miner. the error will be found in the operator not the market. If a trade fails ot come out right. .

.20 Nugget from a Book : a Better way to make Money    Stocks are made to buy and sell not to be bought and held. No matter what a thing costs.it is worth only what you can somebody to pay for it‖ People will always be prone to be extravagantly optimistic or dolefully in the slumps and ―in this action is unlimited wealth for the men who realize this fact and will use it with confidence and decision‖. . stocks or otherwise.

All you do is translate these into your plan. And who‘s going to write this trading plan? You are. in front of you. . and when get out. Notice the world ―Write‖.PLAN YOUR TRADES. You know what to look for in the market. THEN TREADE YOUR PLAN        Your job as a trader is to follow a trading plan. Your trading system will give you the rules to follow. on your trading desk. It need to be written down. when to get into a trade. Keep it simple. The point is that trading plan conveys every eventuality. Then follow it Religiously.

They are patient with winners -. They trade one market. ONE Their benchmark for success in anything but money. . EVERY SINGLE ONE They stopped trying to pick tops and bottoms years ago.and ridiculously impatient with losers.      They plan every single trade.Five uncommon rules of wealthy traders.

Ralising the importance to keeping it all in balance. They plan every trade along to the finest details. They have complete confidence in the both the system they follow and in their own skill to flawlessly execute it. Most of the top traders have a life out side of trading. Watching a quote machine and hanging on to ― Guru‖ advice all the day is a losing system.How can the top trades make big profits when the risk are so high?       They decide a long time ago to take responsibility and find out what works. . They have a system that fits them. they definitely‖ view trading as a game‖ in points and stopped counting the ― Money‖ a long time ago. Finally they a long time ago that they alone con not control the market. Most of the top traders are very wealthy so they are not trading for enjoyment and winning they did simply retire.

You will be more relaxed. So when they go wrong. . Heads has come up to 10 times in a row… let‘s put half the trading capital on trail ( which is sure to come up to next) and clean up‖ The problem with sure thing trades is that : A the market hardly ever oblige: B Every else sees them as sure things as well and jumps aboard.. Risk in tiny amount on each trade. and more able to execute the trade properly. The more money you use the more emotional fuel you are pouring onto the fire. You can’t Lose Much. Eventually. Experienced traders known the better.            One of the biggest mistake you can make as a trader is have too much money riding on a trade. If you‘re ― under capitalized‖ then consider using a trade system which offers a tight stop loss. trade a shorter time-frame. Overconfidence is the other cause of excessive risk. Alternatively. In ad day trading . like the 1-minute chart. where the traders can come thick and fast. Good day traders who survive will risk only a tiny amount of their capital on any one trade. And the post traumatic stress may be irreparable. they go wrong big time. you are likely to be burned…badly. where losses can be maximized. a few big losers can eat you alone very quickly.If You Don’t spend Much. Most beginning traders stake too much in the hope of a quick win. : Hey .

TRADING PSYCHOLOGY           Pareto Principle Discipline Stop & profit targets Goals ( Financial & Otherwise) Trading Result Outside influences Bad vs good trades How to avoid self destructions BELIVER YOU CAN ASK ― THE 80/20‖ Rules : pareto principle ― 20 percent of activities produces your 80 percent of income. . Simply but it means that you should spent 80 percent of time on 20 percent of your activities really responsible for driving your income.

come prepared .TRADING PSYCHOLOGY            What are your habits/routines before /during / after regular trading hours. Go out for a walk after close. Come back. Understand what I did wrong / right REPEAT. Good trade? – don‘t get over confident. review trades daily. . collected but focused Skim news but don‘t let it affect you Bad trade? – don‘t sweat it.‗psych‘ yourself up No distractions Stay clam.

  You‘re in it for the long haul  Compound your money ― . relationship. have an insatiable appetite to learn more   Visualization Ask yourself: how bad do I want it?   Continue doing things that work. miscellaneous Be a voracious reader.STEPS TO INCREASE DISCIPLINE  Develop a routine   Trading. discontinue thing that are not.

 Resonate‖ success     Act ‗ successfully‘ ( whatever that means to you) Dress successfully Walk the talk  Hit it with every thing you‘ve got   As if your life depended on it. make it a good one. . You‘ve got one shot at life. police chief etc. businessmen/ women.STEPS TO INCREASE DISCIPLINE  Hand around other successful people   Not just traders Realtors.

38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 1. 4. 5. . We accumulate more information. We switch the commodities we are currently following.buying books. We go back into the market and trade with our 'updated' knowledge. 6. We begin to trade with our 'new' knowledge. We accumulate information . 3. We consistently 'donate' and then realise we may need more knowledge or information. going to seminars and researching. 2.

11. . We get 'beat up' again and begin to lose some of our confidence Fear starts setting in.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 7. 10. 8. We go back into the market and continue to 'donate'. We search for more information. We start to listen to 'outside news' and to other traders. 12. 9. We go back into the market and start to see a little progress. We switch commodities again.

We start to understand that trading successfully is going to take more time and more knowledge than we anticipated. 14.  MOST PEOPLE WILL GIVE UP AT THIS POINT.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 13 We get 'over-confident' and the market humbles us. .  AS THEY REALISE WORK IS INVOLVED.

but over all we still hesitate when it comes time to execute. We take a sabbatical from trading to develop and research our trading rules. 19. We trade our methodology with some success. . but realise that something is missing. 17. We start trading again.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 15. 18. We get serious and start concentrating on learning a 'real' methodology. We begin to understand the need for having rules to apply our methodology. this time with rules and find some success. 16.

subtract and modify rules as we see a need to be more proficient with our rules. . We start to take responsibility for our trading results as we understand that our success is in us. As we trade we still have a tendency to violate our rules and our results are still erratic. We continue to trade and become more proficient with our methodology and our rules. 22. not the methodology. We add. 24. We feel we are very close to crossing that threshold of successful trading. We know we are close.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 20. 25. 23. 21.

31.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 26. We continue to trade and the market teaches us more and more about ourselves. 28. 29. We go back and research our rules. We now see the importance of following our rules as we see the results of our trades when we don't follow the rules. but we are still hesitating in executing our rules. 30. Our trading results are getting better. 27. We begin to see that our lack of success is within us (a lack of discipline in following the rules because of some kind of fear) and we begin to work on knowing ourselves better. We build the confidence in our rules and go back into the market and trade. .

We get a little over-confident and the market humbles us. We continue to learn our lessons. We stop thinking and allow our rules to trade for us (trading becomes boring. 38. We go on with our lives and accomplish many of the goals we had always dreamed of. We are making more money than we ever dreamed possible. 36.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows: 32. We begin to consistently make money. . but successful) and our trading account continues to grow as we increase our contract size. 35. 34. 37. 33. We master our methodology and our trading rules.

e. find that although you were making money.38 steps to becoming a trader They are as follows:  Most traders will identify with this list and should be able to place themselves within these steps. maturing as trader . improving ourselves mentally and psychologically. rather than your own trading prowess and then have been rudely awakened when the market entered a bear phase) and you may drop back to Step 4. your basic premise for trading was flawed (you might have been benefiting from the bull market. and start 'climbing' the steps again. For example. i. i. Developing your trading skills is an iterative process. attitude and psychological makeup becomes increasingly important as you progress through the steps. Keep in mind that very few people progress through these steps in an orderly fashion. on) is on internal issues.. Having the proper mindset. you may reach Step 13. developing proficiency in the mechanics of trading while the focus of the latter steps (particularly from Step 30.e. The focus of the earlier steps is on external issues.

and not during! At times. They Trade free from fundamental prejudices hold no judgment on a stock. Don‘t search for action and think that you must trade every day. or lack thereof. Trade your nature! Determine the risk/reward ratio of each trade before entering.Ten Commandments of Trading Discipline  1 2 3 4 5 trading discipline should dramatically improve your trading success if adopted and followed. Risking the farm to make peanuts is unwise. or fall in love with a winning Truth‖ is its price. Money is merely a consequence of skill level. Both winning and losing trades should be reviewed during your journey towards Develop a trading style that is consistent with your personality and philosophy. . Focus on proper trading strategies and not on making money. the best action is no action. Don‘t try to rationalize a losing position. As long as you trade with un waver in mode of thinking. Create the plan before the trade.

get out. Spend time each day developing your own trades and actions .‖ step aside.‖ magic software. There is no room for emotions in trading. be disciplined. but learning how to control your own emotional in many internal battles of letting fear and greed interfere with logic and discipline can unfortunately placed stops based on technical analysis. If a stock goes against the trend you expected. When in doubt. If it doesn‘t play ―your hand in your world. ever think it should do. and The true battle is not with the market. There are no ―holy grails. or short cuts to success. and be patient. Make the market come to you. Professional traders never cease being students of the markets. Be strict. stay out or get out. Disciplined traders can observe the market from the perspective as if they are not in a position.Ten Commandments of Trading Discipline 6 7 8 9 10 Trade with the trend since stock prices flow in the direction of least resistance.

The only way to prevent mistake from turning into disasters is accept losses while they are small and than move on. Understand that you shall always make a mistake.Simple Rules   Being a wrong is acceptable. Being a wrong is not your choice but staying wrong is. but staying wrong is totally unacceptable. .

. you need education and reliable tools to understand relationships among markets and to develop a sound decision-making process based on clues and strategies provided by a trading tool like Vantage Point.Top Ten Mistake 1 Failure to have a trading plan in place before a trade is executed. When you enter a trade. 2 Inadequate tools or resources to develop a trading plan. Jumping into trading may seem easy but. you should know when or where you will exit the trade or how much risk exposure your account has. to be successful. It‘s your trading business plan.

Vantage Point provides several unique indicators to improve stop . You can trade successfully with almost any size account. Don‘t over-trade with too many markets or positions and don‘t gun for those highly risky "home-run" trades that involve too much trading capital at one time.Top Ten Mistake 3 Inadequate capital assets or improper money management. 5 Failure to use protective stops. Protective stops aren‘t perfect – no money management tools in futures are – but they give you an idea how much money you are risking on a trade. You can‘t become a successful doctor or lawyer or business owner in the first couple years of the practice. too soon. trading futures is no different. but you need to size your trade to the size of your account. It takes hard work and perseverance. 4 Expectations that are too high. should the market not act as you expect.

but the best advice for most traders is still to trade with the trend. then act upon them in a prudent way. 7 Trading against the trend or trying to pick market tops and bottoms. Sure." Don't trade just for the sake of trading or because you haven't traded for a while. Vantage Point‘s predicted moving average crossovers can help you identify trend reversals. Let those very good trading setups come to you. you want to buy low and sell high (or vice versa). 8 Letting losing positions ride too long. . Successful traders do not sit on losing positions for long. A tool like Vantage Point‘s Scan for Opportunities can help you avoid losers by spotting trades that meet your criteria.Top Ten Mistake 6 Lack of "patience" and "discipline. they take their losses (usually minimal) and move on to the next potential trading setup. Instead.

Look at a longer-term chart than the period you are trading to see what history says about your market. You make the trading decisions. Don‘t blame your broker or the market or something else for a losing trade. 10 Not getting a bigger-picture perspective on a market. This puts current market action in the context of overall market action. . you are responsible for your own success or failure.Top Ten Mistake 9 Failure to accept complete responsibility for your own actions.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 All successful traders use methods that suit their Personality. (Write This Down) . Don‘t assume you can trade like them. (The Stop-Loss Breakdown) HOPE is not a word in the winning Trader‘s vocabulary. you have to be willing to take a loss. (There Are No Shortcuts) Trading is a vocation — not a hobby Have a business/trading plan. Your reaction to the market. however. To be a winner. When you are on a losing streak — and you will eventually find yourself on one — reduce your position size. its the ONLY thing you can control.22 TRADING RULES FOR TRADER & INVESTOR 1. Indeed. What the market does is beyond your control. Don‘t underestimate the time it takes to succeed as a trader — it takes 10 years to become very good at anything. is not beyond your control. You are neither Waren Buffett nor George Soros nor Jesse Livermore.

Be honest — and DEAL with it There are times when the best thing to do is nothing. Study what happened to the stocks after you closed the position. 10. 12. 11. 13. 14. Learn to recognize these times (Nothing Doing) Being a great trader is a process. Consider your P&L game tapes and go over them the way Vince Lombardi Bill Parcells reviewed past Super bowls Excessive leverage can knock you out of the game permanently .22 TRADING RULES FOR TRADER & INVESTOR 9. It‘s a race with no finish line. Identify your greatest weakness. Other people‘s opinions are meaningless to you. Make your own trading decisions (The Wrong Crowd)! Analyze your past trades.

you have to put in hard work Discipline. Discipline. 22. 16. 17. 20. The Best traders continue to learn — and adapt to changing conditions.22 TRADING RULES FOR TRADER & INVESTOR 15. Discipline . Don‘t just stand there and let the truck roll over you Being wrong is acceptable — staying wrong is unforgivable (I liked this one! –BMB) contain your losses (Protect Your Backside) Good traders manage the downside. They don‘t worry about the upside Knowing when to get out of a position is as important as when to get in To excel. 18. 21. 19.

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