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Shouldawouldacoulda on the EUR/JPY (and USD/JPY). No excuse...basically I had marked the entry on the EJ, and more or less didn't take it because I was just overall discouraged with the week thus far and pretty much wasn't willing to take a trade. I'm very disappointed in myself this week. :( I hope I can turn it around and keep myself together emotionally...

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Looking at this USD/CHF long

 

Update: stopped at ISL. -1R. I might regret not putting the stop below the double bottom.

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Looking at this USD/CAD Long. I like the hammer candle coming off support

 

Update: stopped at ISL. -1R.

 

Admittedly this is getting a bit tiresome. It has been a while since I took a trade that moved any manageable distance. Obviously my picker is broken right now. Not sure what it is. Each trade has a reason for entry but the things I am looking at are not what the market cares about apparently.

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Admittedly this is getting a bit tiresome. It has been a while since I took a trade that moved any manageable distance. Obviously my picker is broken right now. Not sure what it is. Each trade has a reason for entry but the things I am looking at are not what the market cares about apparently.

 

If it's any consolation, I'm having a bit of a slow week so far myself. Other than the shouldawouldacoulda on the EJ, it's just been pretty blah.

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Somewhat of a shouldawouldacoulda short on the USD/JPY...

 

I actually wasn't even around my computer to see this one setting up. I really need to get myself straight and come back tomorrow morning fresh with a better attitude/mindset. I think I've gotten a little bit derailed emotionally! So silly, I know. :)

 

However, I would have been hesitant to take this trade in real-time because it's such a small swing. From the blue line to the red line is only 8.3 ticks...with a typical FXCM spread of 2.4 ticks, that would mean a total "risk zone" of 12.7 ticks (it's actually 13.1 ticks on my FXCM chart), 35% of which is just the spread and a tick on either side! On my ninja chart, it looks like price has passed +3R, but in reality, maximum favorable excursion is only about 1.75R at this point... With futures, it might not have been so bad.

 

I think I'm calling it a day...

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Somewhat of a shouldawouldacoulda short on the USD/JPY...

 

I actually wasn't even around my computer to see this one setting up. I really need to get myself straight and come back tomorrow morning fresh with a better attitude/mindset. I think I've gotten a little bit derailed emotionally! So silly, I know. :)

 

However, I would have been hesitant to take this trade in real-time because it's such a small swing. From the blue line to the red line is only 8.3 ticks...with a typical FXCM spread of 2.4 ticks, that would mean a total "risk zone" of 12.7 ticks (it's actually 13.1 ticks on my FXCM chart), 35% of which is just the spread and a tick on either side! On my ninja chart, it looks like price has passed +3R, but in reality, maximum favorable excursion is only about 1.75R at this point... With futures, it might not have been so bad.

 

I think I'm calling it a day...

 

I saw that one in hindsight as well and was trying to figure out for future reference what features gave clues as to why that one worked out well. Obviously the fact that it reversed near a swing high resistance level played a role, but I haven't been very successful with some of those types of trades lately. Do you see anything else?

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Do you see anything else?

 

The only thing I might add is that to me, price looked toppy. At the top of an impulsive move, price started to lose steam, started rolling over, etc. It looks distinctly different from a pull-back...rolling over is the description I like. (The downmove looks more like a potential candidate for a pull-back at this point.) And as you've already mentioned, it was approaching a recent swing-high level.

 

But as with anything, I'm sure you can scroll back and find 10 examples of price looking very similarly and spiking upward. That's why it's not easy! :)

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If it's any consolation, I'm having a bit of a slow week so far myself. Other than the shouldawouldacoulda on the EJ, it's just been pretty blah.

 

If it's any consolation... Only 4 of my entry prices have been hit this month out of several planned trades... 1 win, 1 loss, 2 trades in progress:

 

GBP/AUD - Sell stop 1.53103 triggered 14:59 ET 23/5/11. SL 1.53670, TP 1.514

 

EUR/JPY - Buy stop 115.477 triggered 04:08 ET 24/5/11. SL 114.995 TP 116.920

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If it's any consolation... Only 4 of my entry prices have been hit this month out of several planned trades... 1 win, 1 loss, 2 trades in progress:

 

GBP/AUD - Sell stop 1.53103 triggered 14:59 ET 23/5/11. SL 1.53670, TP 1.514

 

EUR/JPY - Buy stop 115.477 triggered 04:08 ET 24/5/11. SL 114.995 TP 116.920

 

Update

 

GBP/AUD stopped out 24/5/11 21:14 ET

EUR/JPY stopped out 25/5/11 01:05 ET

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Currently short the EUR/JPY...

 

UPDATE: Close enough to the dotted magenta line...stop at break-even...

 

UPDATE 2: PT1 filled and I've moved my stop down just a little to lock in some profit on the second half...

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Currently short the EUR/JPY...

 

UPDATE: Close enough to the dotted magenta line...stop at break-even...

 

UPDATE 2: PT1 filled and I've moved my stop down just a little to lock in some profit on the second half...

 

FINAL UPDATE: Moved stop and just got taken out of the second half...

 

(It doesn't really look like it would have taken me out on my Ninja chart, but FXCM did.)

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PT2 was cut off the last chart

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Well, no trades for me today...no major shouldawouldacouldas either, really...just kind of a slow day. I guess the week is over!

 

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I've been trading and posting consistently for 5 weeks now, so that means I can calculate a 5-week average! I like to track my performance via a trailing 5-week average...

 

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This was a tough week for me. For most of the week, I had really fallen off the wagon emotionally. I had lost the mindset of trading to practice, practice, practice, and to learn. I started focusing on the money! If I would miss an opportunity, if there was no opportunity, or if I took a loss (Monday), I was a complete wreck...I was devastated. It was pathetic. haha There were two times this week that I missed out on decent opportuniy that I saw ahead of entry basically because I was too upset to even take a trade! It sounds ridiculous, I know.

 

I think I've gotten back on course now. I actually managed to bring myself (barely) positive for the week and I feel like I'm back to my good mindset...I didn't make any money today and I'm perfectly fine! :)

 

I think a big part of the reason I began to focus on the money is because I was making a little money! I had a pretty decent week last week. I need to keep my head on straight, though.

 

Have a good weekend!

 

Cory

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Currently short the EUR/USD...

 

UPDATE: Moved stop to break-even and got taken out...

 

UPDATE 2: Well gosh that was stupid. :( I'm still screwed up emotionally. I really don't know what I'm going to do to pull myself together. Basically while holding the short I saw a tiny pop on the GBP/USD and thought the EUR/USD's next! I'd better get out of this! It's gonna go up!

 

If I was still in this like I should be and had no reason not to be other than my silly fear, I would have my stop at break-even now...price came down, then retraced to about the entry point, then made a new low near my break-even point...

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I really don't know what to do to keep myself from focusing on the money and letting my emotions get out of control. I basically sit down to trade with a knot in my chest these days. It's unpleasant. And that's a shame because there was a time when I found trading enjoyable/fun.

 

My problem is not my fear of losing money itself, it's about losing my profits (and a pressure I feel to add to those profits). When I started a few weeks ago, I started with about $1k in my account...I didn't really care about losing that. I could trade as though I had nothing to lose and so my emotions stayed under control. It's the $150 of profit that I have that I seem to be scared to death of losing....so it's not purely about money, it's more about performance/profits.

 

I really don't know what to do. Any thoughts??

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I've not gone live yet - still demo trading to learn test etc - but what I am going to do is withdraw all my profits once my account balance exceeds my startup capital. Only when I've been trading successfully for a few months will I then invest more capital into the business. If you can trade $1000 without worrying but the $1150 is too much to work with then take out £150 - problem solved! :>

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Potential USD/JPY short...

 

UPDATE: I got filled but not without 5.1 ticks of slippage!! Jeez... I guess it was because of the consumer confidence news. That's some of the worst slippage I've gotten. :(

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I really don't know what to do to keep myself from focusing on the money and letting my emotions get out of control. I basically sit down to trade with a knot in my chest these days. It's unpleasant. And that's a shame because there was a time when I found trading enjoyable/fun.

 

My problem is not my fear of losing money itself, it's about losing my profits (and a pressure I feel to add to those profits). When I started a few weeks ago, I started with about $1k in my account...I didn't really care about losing that. I could trade as though I had nothing to lose and so my emotions stayed under control. It's the $150 of profit that I have that I seem to be scared to death of losing....so it's not purely about money, it's more about performance/profits.

 

I really don't know what to do. Any thoughts??

 

I know exactly what you are going through. I primarily trade another method that I don't post here because it's too fast. I'm also in the profit protect mode at this time.

 

Until we achieve a level of mastery profits are hard to come by. Losses are easy. I have decided to give myself permission to trade with fear, screw up trades, get out too early, etc and just focus on picking good entries and slowly (and I mean slowly!) build the account. Today for example I got out of oil with 16 ticks when I could have easily held for 60 ticks over the next few minutes. That's ok. I know that if I keep picking good entries I will eventually get to the point where the profits are large enough to give me a little breathing room. My guess is that $150 profit is not enough breathing room for you yet. Maybe it's $500 or $1,000. You'll know when you get there. The first profits will be the hardest to come by. Until that point I am trying to treat fear as a natural and in some ways healthy thing. Fear has kept me in the game to this point. Without it I would have wiped out a long time ago. Once we achieve a level of consistent mastery the fear will diminish as we notice the account going up more than it is going down.

 

The knots you feel in your stomach are the same ones that any young athlete feels before the big game. With time and consistent success they'll go away.

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