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  1. Yes as that famous song says " you gotta know when to hold them, know when to fold them, know when to walk away...... It is definitely the key of a good trader
  2. Spot on Obsidian. I couldn't agree more. Successful trading requires multiple factors to be in congruence. Having discipline isn't the be all end all and holy grail.
  3. I'm smarter than the market :missy:
  4. The difference between success and failure is inside the individual. Its determination and application. Nothing more.You cant teach that in a gazzillion of your 'Im a guru' threads. Love that analogy of success. How does one get that ? Through hours and hours of endless night's practice or blowing up just a few more than necessary accounts ? or do you become so driven that failure is not an option ? I tend to agree with you on this one.
  5. [... and just to be fair, on the off chance that I am completely wrong...if ANY of you have read this gentleman's comment and from that point on have NEVER been on the losing side of a trade please take the time to say so here on this thread....surely there must be at least one of you.... Looking forward to hearing all about that Lovely talking to you... Yes Steve, people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. I enjoyed that contribution because no matter how much you think you know about trading there is always something else you don't know. Don't knock this guy, he makes a lot of sense even though we have heard it all before our minds always need reinforcement of the basic ideas.
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