lukx wrote:well I guess last week I was just lucky.
i have no idea what you are doing
r u just trading supply and demand zones now
i dont want to step in and make a bunch of comments about the sam stuff bec i just briefly looked it over.
regardless if it is a zl or a sam area--- you just cant blindly take it bec it is there imho
ptg and a couple others seem to be really into it so i will let them critique what you are doing
bec i have no idea
Not in a position myself today to comment; had a little bit of an off day
General remark would be that the Sam-stuff with supply/demand zones looks much like MightyZones, for the simple reason that momo's, which define Mightyzones, originate from supply/demand zones many times. The same things do apply for the s/d zones as they for for MZones: you can't take them blindly imho2. There are ways of handling this, they can be found in the video's and its just common sense if you ask me.
Another couple of remarks to LUKX (sorry for not making another post, don't have the time right now) would be that finding the right entry, as you did last week, is only a small part of the work. You will also have to deal with psychology (VERY important) and position management (even more important).
You now seem to think again that you're crap and that luck defines your future. STOP THAT s**t WILL YOU !!!! This is no help towards your progress.
This has NOTHING to do with "luck" and EVERYTHING with knowing what you're doing. If you don't know what you're doing, you have to educate yourself. Simple.
Also, do NOT expect to be able to run when you have just begun to learn to walk. It's not the way it works, and that shouldn't bother you, as long as you have a goal, as defined by your plan.
I would forget all the entries for now, because you know (or almost know
) how to do that. Concentrate on the other stuff (exit, monoey management, psychology) because THAT's where your issues are, I believe.
There's NOTHING wrong other than that there is a mismatch between your expectations and your results. You will have to work on that in that you recalibrate this. Exercise, patience and endurance will do the job. You can do it !