MightyOne wrote:Even though you guys/gals are now profitable you should sit down to trade with an open mind and a willingness to learn whatever the market has to show you.
The most important thing to remember is that analysis is based on that which is set in stone.
A changing picture is like a moving ladder and you certainly do not want to put your faith in instability.
You do not reach the height of your trading by learning a technical pattern, but through your ability to adapt to changes in the market both now and in the future.
A flexible branch resists being broken...
MO on Forum: TheRumpledOne Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 6:52 am wrote:The only thing that is set in stone is that I will completely obliterate the competition like nothing that has ever been seen before; if that is not being too modest Laughing
Contradictions don't exist
a) the most important thing is to remember that analysis is based on that which is set in stone, which is that you're going to obliterate the competition etc. etc. OR
b) there must be more things set in stone which I would be curious to learn
What is the answer ?