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robunited

Fade 2 Trade

Fade 2 Trade

Strategy: Fade the 2nd leg fast price momentum into ‘Fix It’ level

Active Trade/Risk Management: The Wobble Technique / Fix It Mode

Fri, 02/07/2020 - 10:52am
 
tkbk593

Thanks for the advice and I will contact Ron. It is hard trying to trade against such a deficit each day but I figured if I am going to make it then I have to build it up anyways right? But would really like to have a reset acct and hopefully show Ron I'm worthy. Thanks again for your help and please keep the posts coming!

 
robunited

btw .. that 'Request Fund Increase" button on the webpage is not working.

It's green, enabled ... you can click on it a hundred times, it's just refreshing the page and nothing else is showing up or happening.

If you are 3 month in profit ... better send an email to Ron and asked to review your trades for a fund increase.

Overall, I think it's a good habit anyways to stay in closer communication with the Apiary Risk Manager ... don't plug on for years in the background without asking for any help, recommendations, feedback or any 2 way communication.

If you are funded, you are working together with a team ... and not a one man show. That we can do if we trade our own privately funded accounts ;-)

Reach out and communicate, it's better!

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robunited

Trades yesterday, 28th of Sep'20

Change in strategy. Account is in profit and I want to keep it that way for the month.

No big trading/Wobble adventures, just a few to keep it going, steady and low risk
... if I see an opportunity and are in front of the screen.

My focus is currently on other accounts I have next to it.

So nothing really to write home or post about, but just to keep up the journal/record.

I'm working towards a fund increase, and nothing else matters.

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robunited

"btw .. that 'Request Fund Increase" button on the webpage is not working."

Just to confirm. That button doesn't work. Clicked on it so many times, nothing is happening.

Send an email to Ron and got a fund increase immediately.

That was for my wife. She's trading better than me, but I'm not jealous ;-)

 
robunited

Trades 29th Sep'20

Some 44 pips

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robunited

Little update on my other funded program I'm trading.

Profit target is 3k USD ... only 8USD to go.

The learning process working through the statistics in the beeline and developing a trading method with Shawn's Wobble instructions has been amazing.

I need to work on my max drawdown, it's currently 1,026$.

In the next, and final step before getting funded, it will be a tighter rule, with max weekly loss limit of 1k only.

Quite another mile to go, but teaches me a lot of discipline and required adjustments to trade this account successfully.

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FrankS

Rob, what software is the source for the dials image?

 
robunited

Topstep funded program

It’s different to Apiary in that there is no learning
Program. You need to bring your working system
and follow the rules.

 
robunited

Frank, sorry, I just realized that you asked me what software it is.

For FX, it's MT4 only ... very awkward to manage multiple trades at same time, but I've found my way with it.
(I wish I could connect Alveo to it, but alas, not possible).

For Futures, it's more open, you can connect your own platform, i.e. Ninja or Sierra

But I've put trading Futures on the back burner ... burned me too much ;-)

That Dashboard with the dials is great, I don't how they run it, it's default on the web for your user logon.

 
robunited

A quick Daily analysis how I see it

It's either a bounce back from resistance or a move back into the previous consolidation area (starting July 24th - Sept)

I'll trade accordingly with this in mind.

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tkbk593

Just wanted to let you know I emailed Ron and he did reset my account. Thanks again for that advice I should not have waited so long to ask for help!

 
robunited

tkbk593 .... so happy to read this!

Up the next round ... take it easy and steady.

Make the required changes, as Ron most likely told you in the email.

Apply what you have worked on and learned ... it will pay off, persistence and dedication!

In 2 weeks time, you will be in profit and get your funded account back ... as it was 1 or 2 years ago.

My wife also got a reset 3 month ago ... and 2 days ago, a fund increase!

 
robunited

" I should not have waited so long to ask for help!"

It's like going to a dentist. At the end, we are all happy we did it ;-))

 
mike_smith

tkbk593,

You did the right thing. I believe one strategy to achieve success at apiary fund is to repeatedly pass and reset from funded to GIII until you're so confident in your strategy resetting is irrelevant.

Good luck!

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robunited

Correct Mike, and ... that's what many fellow bees don't know, Ron is very supportive.

Reach out if you are in trouble, have your trading plan ready, explain what you are doing and where the issues are.

It's a beehive, correct. All here to help each other to the path of trading success.

 
mike_smith

Yes. Resetting is extremely valuable. Each time you pass you've proven you can make money. So if the problem is execution, resetting and passing over and over again should break the ice for executing.

I was in a data science program that practiced the same way. If a student didn't pass a level they were reset until they passed. This is extremely good way to build execution.

 
robunited

Yes, depending on whether you make the required adjustments and not just carry on as you did in the past.

Make improvements and adjustments, every day a few more.

You will end up with a solid trading method/strategy, and get to know a lot about yourself.

 
robunited

AND! ;-))

Don't switch completely, or you have to start from scratch again all over ;-)

Keep on tweaking and fine tuning what you have already been working on for a long time.

There are maybe only just a few things to change, and it's working fine.

 
mike_smith

There is one caveat though rob on resetting each time. You need to use beeline rules to pass each time ( #wins > #losses) + (avg win > avg loss). How would a wobbler get to refine their method under that requirement?

 
robunited

You don't need to go through the beeline tasks after a reset.

You get reset back to your pre-fund account .... and only need to be in profit 2 weeks later (or 3, 4, when ever you are ready)
and then review your trades with Ron.

It's about managing your risk and be in profit. Not about a green dot.

The green dot is a training exercise to teach people about the dynamics of statistics.
It's not an ongoing requirement to get fund increases.

To be able to manage your risk and be in profit is.

I'm also not sure about 'each time'. It's on a case by case bases, you have to explain your trading plan and what you do.

The point was that many people stuck in a hole for 1.5 years, and don't reach out. Don't do this ... talk to the Risk Manager.

You certainly don't want to knock the door every 4 weeks for a reset.

 
robunited

I know you don't believe me, or want to believe it, but ... ;-)

If it would be just about a beeline tasks only ... I could Wobble, get the Expectancy a bit up, and have a series of tiny losing trades until all dots are in green. That's not a big problem. (That you know how to do it, that's important. That means you have understood how the statistics work together)

But it's about much more. About your Trading Plan, you as the trader behind it, how you execute on it, and be in profit.
And someone who looks at it believes you and gives you more money to trade.

 
robunited

I've sent you a PM Mike ...

 
mike_smith

Repetition is the mother of all learning. And learning is the mother of all thinking.

I used to think trainers at apiaryfund were required to routinely retake the beeline. Maybe I'm wrong. But nobody should be afraid of repeating the entire beeline many times if it will make them a professional trader. It's one of the many available techniques we can use to become a professional trader. If it was going to make me a professional trader (my life dream ;D ), I certainly will not be afraid to repeat it many times.

What I'm trying to point out is the key fact that somewhere along the time in passing GIII to prefund to funded the trader passed key stats labeling them a profitable trader. Ron says it perfectly 'if you became funded and you're not profitable now you need to go back and think about what you did at the time you became funded'.

All I'm saying is if a trader has a hard time executing in a funded account then passing the beeline many times should fix the problem. I think the beeline is more a technical test than a psychological test so passing the beeline many times will iron out the psychological kinks a trader has in funded which prevents them from executing the technical strategy they probably already have. It's a boring exercise yes, but isn't that what they say about profitable trading, it's boring?

 
robunited

Trades today, 1st of October'20

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robunited

A brief summary of the trading days September 2020

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robunited

In the other funded program reached profit target of 3K and Step 1 completed.

I will take a small break now and reflect and review on my trading a little bit over the weekend.

Many things are working well, but there are some improvements to be made to make it a bit easier/cost effective and less risky.

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robunited

Just a quick Fade2Trade example as it just showed up on the charts.

What I like about it is the high probability of this and that I don't have to chose a direction beforehand.

Just trade it as it's happening in realtime already. Not much foresight required.

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robunited

Taking the above example, that's an area of Improvement I need to work out.

It's a high probability setup, with a high win rate of estimated correct entries.

Many times, the pullback is much longer than 2, 3 pip.

I should let some of them run longer, to maximize better on the pips / minimize cost of trading.

But equally, I have experienced multiple times that 2 pip TP did not get out and
another leg (the 2nd leg) starts in full swing 50+ down.

And if you then have too much on the charts, you will not be able to Wobble it out that easy.

2 sides of the same (risk) coin.

Simply the best solution is a bigger account, trading the same lot size, that certainly would help to maximize on this.

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robunited

I've updated my Trading Plan, summarized my trades, explained my current issues and improvements I'm looking to make, and sent it all to Ron. My account is currently in profit ... if it stays in profit till the 20th, I'll get an increase.

I share this to take the fear or hesitation away, I read some people have to reach out to the Risk Manager.

He's there to help, looks at the trader very individually and set goals and targets for you.

Now it's back to Risk Management on my part.
I'll trade this funded account very carefully the remaining days until reset, only if I see a very very high probability setup.

Meanwhile I'll trade a Apiary sim account and work on other projects/accounts I'll have

I'm not sure it will make much sense to share my daily sim account trades/results, so this thread will be a bit less active till the 20th.

 
robunited

This is another account funded program I will update from time to time.

I'm now in Step 2, the final before getting funded.

Profit Target: 3k USD

Tightened Risk Rules: Max Weekly loss limit 1k, Account loss limit 2k, Close all trades on Friday, before the weekend.

I've put in a quick trade yesterday to get the Dashboard refreshed.

Edit: Email I got with some suggestions for the next step ... --> focus on process and consistency.

Our mantra!

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mike_smith

TopStep? There's always funds. Why not just focus on the hive? Did you already pass the 250K level?

 
robunited

Mike, I do focus on the hive, I'm trading Alveo everyday, post my trades every day. Got my plan in place and fund increase coming.

I like trading funded accounts, it's a learning curve, this one has different risk rules in place. I just want to see whether I can do it or not.

I do have a larger sum of private capital ready to trade for FX later again.

Right now I'm sharping my knifes so I have a rock solid method/system in place.

As for the 250k account, nope. I bought the 300k program, passed step 1 ... now step 2 and then I can trade that 300k account.

And I'm using the trading system I've learned at Apiary, it's working, happy about it. It's been a complete turn around in my trading

 
robunited

btw ... I'm not advertising a different program or suggest one should do this. I'm just sharing what I'm doing.

 
robunited

Mike, there is another aspect which is working great for me.

It comes from the basic, or initial thought process on which I have developed the Fade2Trade method.

- Shawn Wobbles around

- When he get's into Fix It mode ... it's closer to the pullback

Then I get in, when the market is really overextended and I can fade it.

That's what I trade now everyday, of course without looking at Shawn, I see that overextended Fade setup and trade it.

- When I'm in with Alveo, and the market still continues against the trades

Then I enter the fading trades on the other account, with less trades, but larger lot size. A very high probability trade.

That's how I trade those 2 accounts together in parallel. It became one thing.

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Many traders have a methodology, or chain like this
... i.e. Scan different pairs, take the strongest of the day, look at Daily, trade on M5 etc.

I take Alveo, look at over-extended, fade it .... if price continues I open trades on the other account.

Meanwhile I'm able to scale correctly and wobble the trades of both accounts into profit, or at least break even/small loss.

 
mike_smith

I meant did you reach 250K at apiaryfund and that's why you were looking for other funds.

Good luck.

 
robunited

Oh, no. I have not reached the 250k ;-)

You know that I made the mistake and learned the complete Wobble technique on my funded account, and you know what happens a lot on smaller accounts if you don't know your scaling correctly and lack the skills initially. It's a constant battle.

But that's ok and behind me now, the tasks of the Wobble Technique are not mystic anymore and I've learned how to scale correctly.

I got my system in place and can leverage this together with another account.

I would do it exactly in the same way and sequence if I trade & grow a private account.

 
Rookie

Rob, good post,

" When he gets into Fix It mode ... it's closer to the pullback."

Great observation.

"But that's ok, and behind me now, the tasks of the Wobble Technique are not mystic anymore, and I've learned how to scale correctly."

Agree with that. Many folks here trade longer-term because of other commitments. I fully understand this.

A lot of these folks say the longer term is less stressful.
Roger Miller sang a song. But an hour or two of pushing broom pays the bills vs. the stress of a long term what really going to be the pout come. To me, that is very stressful.
The longer a trade run, the greater the percentage of missing the target or worse.

Once a trader gets their method down, it's all about the technique, Once this is accomplished, the stress is essentially gone, and trading becomes boring.

I have had instructors say Shawn uses the funds from the scalping to trade other products and long term, also said the real money is made long term. As a trader recently said to me, I cannot verify this, is you can earn 1-2 plus per day? Why bother with any longer-term trades?

However I do agree that the long run produces a great return, and if a trader has enough equity its almost impossible to lose money trading forex. Given that POV the above makes very good logic.

Pips are for consistency.
Sizing is for the money.

 
robunited

Just a few trades today ... 6 green candles on the M30 ... a high probability trade and a very over-extended setup.

I'm not touching this account much for the next 14 days. Only if an obvious setup shows up. Like this one.

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mike_smith

"... its almost impossible to lose money trading forex."

What I learn from CMT I,II,III could prove you right. They do make a point of it. Avoid the sharks and piranhas. The more I see any strategy firstly through the colored lenses of risk management the better. Does it mean riskless trading? May be not but definitely more profitable. I'm so looking forward to taking money away from beginners and amateurs! ;o

It's a little sly, but now every time I see a new bee's Silver trading plan submission all I can think is "I'm going to take his money."

 
robunited

Mike, I was thinking about that "I'm so looking forward to taking money away from beginners and amateurs! ;o"

We help each other on a forum, at the end, the moment we put a trade into the market, it's only you against all others.
So you are correct in this statement, a bit sly, yes, but correct ;-)

 
robunited

Half hour 'Fade2Trade' plan .. if to the downside
(if to the upside, same thing other way around).

Patiences ...

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mike_smith

"We help each other on a forum, at the end, the moment we put a trade into the market, it's only you against all others."

Just another day at the office. (-;

btw Rob I am going through CMT 1,2,3 (4,000 pages) and there is literally hundreds of remarks on risk scattered all throughout the texts. A real gold mine for risk analysis. I think you'd like it.

 
mike_smith

What I'm still waiting for it to talk about is the risk of not testing a particular strategy for at least one month, ie 'strategy hopping'. Kevin talks about it, has a spreadsheet for it. I think testing a particular strategy for at least on month can gradually halt a trader's urge to strategy hop.

Right now I'm just reading about risk using particular assets.

 
Rookie

"We help each other on a forum," that is the purpose of group sourcing.

"What I'm still waiting for it to talk about is the risk of not testing a particular strategy for at least one month," I use 1K trades, if its a swing trade maybe 100 would be enough to provide a good insight.

 
robunited

Good trading week on Alveo.

I wanted nothing and expected nothing ... only a few pips here and there, to keep the account going till the 20th ...

10 more days to fund increase, all that counts. I got a deal running with Ron, not going to let my trading ego get in-between that.

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Rookie

Good to see Rob,

 
mike_smith

"I use 1K trades, if its a swing trade maybe 100 would be enough to provide a good insight."

Ya Rookie, a 1000 trades is a lot of trades. I agree that's a lot. But one month is TIME, and 1000 trades is SPACE.

I think it's not the same thing. How about combine 1000 trades + 20 trading days.

For example, Rob's photo of current stats. 1760 pips last month but now only averaging 20 pips/day because he has a 'new' deal with Ron? What? Robs new deal means his pips will drop to 400 pips a month.

 
robunited

@Mike "For example, Rob's photo of current stats. 1760 pips last month but now only averaging 20 pips/day because he has a 'new' deal with Ron? What? Robs new deal means his pips will drop to 400 pips a month."

I'm simply in plus, and we are in a program where we have to proof our risk management.
I don't have to trade an account to the max everyday. If I see my setup, I will trade it, according to plan, just on a very small scale.

I've forwarded my complete trading plan, goals and thought process to Ron. Trading in a funded program is a 2 way street, with feedback we get from the risk manager.

I've been working on detailing my Trading Plan for a very long time. Now it's ready to go.

Don't worry, it will not drop to 400 pips each month ... but I know when it's time to take the gas off the pedal and when it's time to push harder ;-)

 
Rookie

Mike a thousand trades or pips for that matter is not a huge process for a scalper.

 
robunited

... btw ... 400 steady and consistent pips per month is also ok. It only depends on the sizing per pip in correct ratio to our account size.

Consistency and correct Risk/Money Management, all that counts.

And keep track of this in the statistics.

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robunited

Mike "How about combine 1000 trades + 20 trading days."

That's exactly the 'Rolling 30 Day Risk Assessment'. It's just 10 more days to make it a month.

 
robunited

Mike "he has a 'new' deal with Ron? What?"

You make it sound as it's a bad thing to put your trading plan in front of a Risk Manager and work on a plan together.

btw ... that automated 'Request Increase' button on the site is not working. At least not for me.

For my wife we also had to approach Ron via email and then she got her increase after being in profit for 90 days in a row.

Maybe better not to talk about ... and let everybody figure out their own way.

 
mike_smith

"That's exactly the 'Rolling 30 Day Risk Assessment'. It's just 10 more days to make it a month."

Thanks for the reminder Rob. That's how we started our discussion the very first time at apiaryfund, remember? Some times I forget that 30 day rolling stats.

"btw ... that automated 'Request Increase' button on the site is not working. At least not for me." Ha, good to know.

 
mike_smith

"Mike a thousand trades or pips for that matter is not a huge process for a scalper." I didn't say it was. I didn't understand your point.

 
robunited

Mike "That's how we started our discussion the very first time at apiaryfund, remember? Some times I forget that 30 day rolling stats."

I remember very well. You still got it listed in one of your threads in the sticky.

Just one more thing on this.

Having your Trading Plan defined, and you can explain & undermine it, and work together with the Risk Manager is a good experience.

We are all not only robots trading alone and click a button for increase (which doesn't even work).

My experience with Ron is very good, he's not giving anything anyway just like that ... you got to have your plan in place and be able to articulate and explain it.

Trading a funded account is not really a one-man show ... reach out, explain what you do, if only for an update and build a work relationship.

He has seen thousands of traders, can judge very well and will send you off with some tasks to full-fill and to work on.

The automated beeline tasks are past ... but the tasks from Ron always up to date and tailored to what he believes you can, or should, do.

It helps a lot to grow as a trader. A lot of value for a small maintenance fee.

 
robunited

Mike, that's why I discussed so much about the beeline tasks you started to drill down and put emphasize on lately.

They don't give you everything 2 years later. You have to write down your plan and discuss this with the person in charge,
who gives out the fund increases. He will give you new, non-automated tasks, don't worry.

 
Rookie

Rob wrote, "He will give you new, non-automated tasks, "

So tell, for example?

 
robunited

You never talked to Ron before and he set a new goal for you?

 
Rookie

no, that said Ron has responded quickly to the few emails we have exchanged and I have had an increase when deserved.

 
mike_smith

"We are all not only robots trading alone and click a button for increase (which doesn't even work)." damn right! Thanks for telling me! I didn't know that fund increase button didn't work. It explains why apiaryfund never contacted me after I hit it, though. But they do reply if I email apiaryfund asking for the increase. Rob, this is a lot of good information as Rookie points out, I think it will be helpful to many members if you can articulate your journey with Ron as as much as the technicals of your strategy itself. You do a great job showing everybody your strategy but please also let us know what you had to do to get increases, too. This is definitely obviously detail many members could use since the automatic funding button is not working, grateful if you do, thank you!

btw I'll tell you my experience, a lady named Barbara seems to be Ron's filter, she contacted me first to review my account for increase. Being on the phone with her neither yay nor nay but the proverbial 'no call back' will be the ultimate answer if Ron decides to pursue. We must be objective though and realize it's all about stats and they can see our stats without talking to us on the phone.

 
Rookie

ugh Mike Barbara and Ron have the same last name... as in husband and wife...:))
She usually makes sales calls for the groups and boot camps etc.

Both nice folks.

 
mike_smith

Really. I thought it was Ron's sister. All I know is I'm talking to Ron's wife way too much! I have got to start talking to Ron himself more. I know, it's part of the screening process, but it just feels a little weird.

 
robunited

Mike ... back to the b-line tasks and 30-day-rolling stats.

Sometimes it happens it's all in green, mostly not, and it doesn't always need to in order to be profitable.

Point is ... everything is tracked and up to date in the 30-day-rolling-stats, where as the beeline tasks themselves can't be exactly tracked, because we don't have a stats tracker for 100 winners vs. 100 losers.

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tkbk593

Hi Rob,

One question I have is, and if you stated this already sorry but didn't see it, do you use the same lot sizing for every trade? Or do you start with like .01 for the first layer, then .03 for second and .05 for third? Also have you had success with upping your TP to 4 pips or are you still using a 2 pip TP? I know awhile back you were looking at doing that because you tend to get in when it is so overextended that a bigger move is usually coming up?

 
chuck.hodge

A lot of good tips and advice. Scalping has become pretty easy. Looking for the bigger moves to build up account. Just started Gold 1. Any advice and tips for the bigger moves are appreciated. All the best to all you Hivers....

 
mike_smith

Good point again rob on 30 day rolling stats. Just one question, how do you have avg win vs avg loss green when you're a wobbler? Your target is naturally always 2 pips and stop 25 pips, isn't it? Second thing I'd like to say is, congratulations! You have right there the holy grail I'm always talking about, rule #6 AND rule #8 green. Amazing. I didn't even know you had that in your stats. But is it that way all the time? And don't forget what Steve often repeats: most losing accounts have a win rate > losing rate, win rate is proven as the easiest thing for apiaryfund traders to do. But as we all know this is probably a truth constrained to the apiary fund since most members here are hypnotized to trade like Shawn. By the way as a side note to that I'd like to add that CMT teaches don't take more than 5% account loss in a month. They call this being nibbled to death by piranhas. Our fund is allowing traders to make daily 5% account losses. Because of those two problems, I think Shawn's fund could be growing more than it actually is right now.

 
robunited

Hope everyone had a good 20th baseline adjustment day.

@tkbk593 "do you use the same lot sizing for every trade? Or do you start with like .01 for the first layer, then .03 for second and .05 for third? "

Same lot size for all layers.

I do use increased lot size at late stage ... if price continues and is very over-extended. But be careful with this. It depends how well you have scaled up to this point and how much margin you have left.

"Also have you had success with upping your TP to 4 pips or are you still using a 2 pip TP?"

Same question Mike asked in his post above.

No, not only 2 TP ... it's about turning points. And place the trades well within the turning points for a high probability take out.

2 pip TP is only the starting point and setting to get the trade onto the chart, it's not set in stone.

 
robunited

@MIke "always 2 pips and stop 25 pips"

No ... the 2 pip TP is not set in stone. You increase them in-between turning points.

At same time ...

You use the TP lines as stop lines between turning points.

The initial 25 pip S/L you move out of the range.

Wobble trade management procedures and tasks.

 
mike_smith

"No, not only 2 TP ... it's about turning points. And place the trades well within the turning points for a high probability take out."

Ya I forget. But following. I have just been reading the CMT levels, this stuff is great. I feel like a real fortune teller. Just kidding. Good luck Rob. Did you join the Wobble Krewe?

 
robunited

"Did you join the Wobble Krewe?"

What do you mean or what's the question? You are on page 8 of this thread. It's a documentation of the Wobble used as Trade Management technique ;-)

From sticky page 1:

"Fade 2 Trade

Strategy: Fade the 2nd leg fast price momentum into ‘Fix It’ level

Active Trade/Risk Management: The Wobble Technique / Fix It Mode"

 
robunited

Mike, ok, forget about the post above. I just got this email about Krewes ... no idea, first time I hear about it.

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mike_smith

Ya there are various Krewes, one is Wobble Krewe, thought you were in it.

 
robunited

Trades 21st October'20

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mike_smith

You held on to those first trades a long time. Looks like married the trade, why didn't you simply peel out of it. Then get back in at the higher prices.

 
robunited

Mike "You held on to those first trades a long time. Looks like married the trade"

Patience & scaling ... not married ;-)

As long as have many trades on top and equity in plus, I can hold one trade for a few hours longer.

I'm not limited to Wobble in a 1 hour trade room session for demo.

 
robunited

Trades yesterday, 26th October'20

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