Archive of running commentaries

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Cemel Dosce – Know Thyself

Follow the fortunes of the BBR approach, rollover by rollover and get a feel for the L.I.V.E.T.M. concepts!

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Ante bellum – Before the war

The view from the helm on a Monday morning before the fun and games begin in earnest.

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Veni, Vidi, Dromivi – I came, I saw, I slept

A recap of the previous day's message using the daily chart and preparation for the next session.

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De omnibus dubitandum – Everything should be questioned

The concept of using a yardstick as a personal benchmark for your own trading results is explored.

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Mellita, domi adsum – Honey. I'm home

30 minute views of a market provide many opportunities during the Optimal Time Window.

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Clues from the ranges

The previous day can provide a great, probability-based, insight into whether to take a day off or not.

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Tempest bebende – Time for a drink


A review of the laid-back BBR approach for the last week and what students should have seen.

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Vita luna – Crazy life


The larger view and a campaign showing 602% on the table highlights a different path.

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Action is the foundational step to all success – Pablo Picasso


Looking at personal success as well as the Efficiency Factor of entry and exit rules.

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Riches have wings


The 12 hour view coupled with the L.I.V.E.T.M. approach is an alternative for End-of-Day traders.

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Je ne regrette rien – I do not regret anything


Dealing with a gun-shy student and putting trading efforts and results into perspective.

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And what a week it was


For students to check their own work from the previous week.

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Put up your hand if you love paperwork


Examples of the record-keeping, paperwork and debriefing that students undertake.

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Right between the eyes and in your face at the same time


The L.I.V.E.T.M. approach nails the fall in the Dow, before it was obvious to all.

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Mega traps for all players


Some not-so-obvious traps when following trading suggestions aka educational comments.

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Why wasn't I told?


Clues provided about the future from the Powers to Be ... or wanna be.

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Something to ponder up, perhaps


The Natural Flow of Money and applying L.I.V.E.T.M. to individual stocks.

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Illegitimi non carborundum – Don't let the bastards grind you down


An insight into the process of creating your own RBT through the efforts of some students.

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 Odds of getting a hole in one – 5,000 to 1


An example of the dramatic effect just changing your exit rule can have on your RBT.

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Compound interest, the eighth wonder of the world
- Albert Einstein


Challenging the traditional approach to position-sizing and the concept of Dependency.

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 Halloween special


Trick or treat for End of Day traders.

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In order to succeed, your desire for success should be ...
greater than your fear of failure - Bill Cosby


Another rather uncommon way to measure the returns from your trading efforts.
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Money is our madness, our vast collective madness – DH Lawrence

 
The global aging population and hence the decreasing working population.

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Ut sementem feeceris – you reap what you sow


The unique concept of Fluid Movements to define trends and Trading the Equity Curve

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Diligence is the mother of good fortune – Benjamin Disraeli


Update on one student's RBT

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Action is the foundational key to all success – Pablo Picasso

Context in all things is very important.  This plays a role in both CM and MM routines.  Real Time Real Money results.

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All things are difficult before they are easy!


A detailed look at various elements of a RBT plus an update on The Experiment.
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Agis Quod Adis – Do well what you do


The anti-social nature of trading and the opportunities provided in EurUsd, DJIA and Gold.
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Logic teaches rules for presentation, not thinking – Mason Cooley


Stalking a major top in USA stocks and the impact of R
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Even a blind squirrel finds a nut sometimes - Anon


Using Money Management routines to improve your results and an update on The Experiment.
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History doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme – Mark Twain


Some traps in back-applying a RBT and dealing with runs or clustering of results.

Of all the things I could know, my own faults and weaknesses are pretty much the most important – Simon Travaglia

Long term Dow trendline, market stats and guided self discovery of  combining RTBs to smooth out the equity curve.

Everything begins with an idea – Earl Nightingale


Working your way through designing a RBT, adding MM routines, update on The Experiment and Stalking the Dow

Opportunity is missed by most … because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work – Thomas Eddison


The significance of OP's, AA approach to OP's, Stalking the Dow, Real Estate prices back to 1890

 


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