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Postby jarnapal » Fri Jun 11, 2010 5:06 am

Humble wrote:
MightyOne wrote: To think it has taken over a year to understand that... :lol:

That and so much else that you have given us.

Question. How can something be difficult to learn when it's not difficult to understand?

Answer. When it does not fit with anything we have learned previously.

Learning is to take something that you didn't know and add it to what you do know. ie it has to fit somewhere in your brain within your existing knowledge of the subject.

In this context MO's stuff does not fit with the stuff I had in my brain and is there for hard to take hold. Some times I had it (or thought I did) sometimes I'd loose it. Because I believe in it very strongly I just keep putting it back in over and over.

Still when you mention it's been a year one feels a bit silly. :oops:


I agree with that. It's hard to grasp something that your brain can't make a connection with. And I am also extremely thankful for everything MO has given us. And not only MO as others especially aliassmith, es/pip and dragon have made this journey easier to understand.

Only way one can struggle with zero lines (like me) is not knowing the general direction. If you know the direction it's easy to spot mightyzones(zerolines) and make the trades in direction of market movement (H4,Days etc.). I noticed that combining different stochastics can give me general direction of market movement. By knowing the potent turning points, I can make clear understanding of direction and start looking for zeroline confirmations.

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Postby 88888 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:46 am

Hi,

I am new but I wanted to thank all the people who contributed to this trade (especcially dragon33, MightyOne because you taught me a lot of things). I have started to use the ZL to trade since one week and have had some amazing results (for a newbbe). I did not lose money, which is a first for me. Overall I made +44 pips this week. I feel more confident now :o .

My biggest issue is to take profit. I am usually to scared to wait until the end of the move. My biggest trade so far have been 28 pips. It might look small compared to you guys but I am hopeless when it comes to take profit. :(

Is-it ok to post my charts on this thread? I will do it this week end if it's OK for you :oops: .

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Postby 88888 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:59 am

What is amazing is the feeling to make money every day. It feels incredible. So far I have tried several pairs but some reasons I feel most comfortable with GBPJPY. It's hard to trade when you have a 9 to 5 job because I have to get up very early (from 4am) to trade but it's really worth it. Furthermore, sleeping doesnt make money. :smt002

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Postby Braathen » Fri Jun 11, 2010 1:20 pm

8888.. posters are always welcome.. pls do show us your efforts :)
"Trading is the ability to see & to plan & to act; it is not crystal balls, precision entries, and ego stroking."
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Postby Braathen » Fri Jun 11, 2010 1:38 pm

MO.. your a great man.. and yes it took a while for me
but coming from where i come from it took me time
to "See outside the box" like you once told me.

Normally people spend years on education etc etc to get good jobs..
i took the crisis and turned my life around with it.. i lost everything..
my company. car.. girlfriend.. friends (maybe they werent my friend but whatever).

Now im here.. 10 months later and im doing great.

"too think it almost took a year"

Ahh well.. atleast im still not completly lost ;)

I must keep my mind positiv on the subject
"Trading is the ability to see & to plan & to act; it is not crystal balls, precision entries, and ego stroking."
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Postby 88888 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:01 pm

OK I will post tonight after the world cup

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Postby pablo101 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:05 pm

Braathen wrote:MO.. your a great man.. and yes it took a while for me
but coming from where i come from it took me time
to "See outside the box" like you once told me.

Normally people spend years on education etc etc to get good jobs..
i took the crisis and turned my life around with it.. i lost everything..
my company. car.. girlfriend.. friends (maybe they werent my friend but whatever).

Now im here.. 10 months later and im doing great.

"too think it almost took a year"

Ahh well.. atleast im still not completly lost ;)

I must keep my mind positiv on the subject



".... i lost everything"

I so glad that you bounced back from total annihilation to what looks like a now successful trader! (sure it's only money but it helps to have it and feel comfortable ;))

Soon in reality, I'm going to lose my business, all my hard work for 6 years down the drain, just because some greedy bankers decided to turn the world economy upside down.

Your message is inspirational. It gives me a sense to take a step back, breathe and reflect on my negativity and get back into it with a more positive head ... which makes me trade better.

Keep it going m8 and well done to you! :smt038

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Postby Braathen » Fri Jun 11, 2010 2:34 pm

Im sad to hear that pablo :(

Yeah get ride of the nagtivty and put on a happy face in the morning and take life for what it is ;) good luck to you m8.. damn banks!
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Postby aliassmith » Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:15 pm

Braathen wrote:Im sad to hear that pablo :(

Yeah get ride of the nagtivty and put on a happy face in the morning and take life for what it is ;) good luck to you m8.. damn banks!


Ya the banks messed up my previous business. They suck! Now I focus
on DRAINING their Government protected A$$es. No one protected you
or I.

Time to make sure there is only dust left in the vault. :lol:
Trade Your Way as Long as It Makes Money!

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Postby 88888 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:24 pm

I could not agree more. I was lucky enough to keep my job last year. But it made me realize that I need more income streams in future. This is why I am on the FX :D

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