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Golden Trading rules
« Reply #-1 on: January 27, 2009, 03:55:40 PM »
For those of you who would like to learn more on how to invest and trade. If you can't remember 10 Golden Trading rules, here's a quick 5 tips on how to improve your winning chances.

1. Don't Invest With Money You Can't Afford To Lose.

This is the most basic foundation of them all. Don't invest with your life savings. You must take care your Financial Planning well before you want to invest. This is because there is no guarantee when it comes to investing (as there is no guarantee in life too). If you don't know how much your monthly expenses are, don't invest. If you have negative monthly cashflow, stay away from investing.

2. Follow The Trend.

There are a lot of alternatives to this statement, like "The Trend is Your Friend", "Don't Buck The Trend" and many more. However, there are so many people who still unable to follow through. If you really understand what "Trend" means, then you will be 2 or 3 times better than the average investors. Trend Followers never pick up top and bottom, in fact, they don't care. They just want to make money.

3. Cut Your Losses Short.

Yes. This is another tips that you will see in almost every trading books out there. When the market turns against you long enough, you have got to flee and move on from there. But a lot of people don't do this because they will hurt their ego if they do so. Many people don't like to be proven wrong. They want to be right. But great traders don't care whether they are right or wrong. It's because they have been in the market long enough to know that they don't need to be right all the time to make money.

4. Let Your Profit Run.

This is one of the most difficult rules to abide than others. Because you are having a battle with your mind. The key is actually to set aside a target before even you begin to invest or trade. This is to limit your Greed. In fact, great Trend Followers only have Stop Loss and don't bother about Target Profit.

5. Don't Try To Hard To Predict The Market

Trend Followers never predict the market. They don't even care whether the market is up or down as long as they make their money. Of course, you can analyse, you can predict, in fact you must have conviction in every trade you make. My point here, don't bother too much with the analysts, the news reporters, and so on. Try to understand what the market is trying to tell you. Don't anticipate, but follow through.

 

When it comes with Trading Rules, the best way to understand it is to show you how we apply it in the real world, in the real trading. When you fully understand the theory, it is even harder to execute it. Why? because you can lose your money! that's why don't forget to invest or trade with money you can afford to lose. Otherwise, you will be gambling and not investing, not trading.

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Re: Golden Trading rules
« on: February 21, 2009, 01:44:35 PM »
Top 10 Investing Mistakes
Before investing, it is imperative that you have money to set aside for such purposes. This means income beyond that needed for your living expenses. Once you have an amount that you can invest, it is up to you to focus on your investment objectives. Common reasons why people begin their investment

Lack of diversification. Rule of thumb, if you put all of your eggs in one basket you are taking a much greater risk than if you diversify. Spread your investment money around.
Looking for instant results. Most investments take time to grow, particularly if you are invested in the stock market. Too many investors make the mistake of getting easily frustrated and selling quickly. While there are successful day traders, it is not recommended for most people and not the way to build an investment portfolio.
Chasing results. Yesterdays hottest stocks or funds are not necessarily today's. Research investment vehicles and look for those that you anticipate will do well based on past results and indicators of future performance.
Not thinking of allocation first. Buying a stock, bond, fund or other investment before determining your asset allocation is a very common mistake. Too many people put the cart before the horse. The first step toward successful investing should be determining how much you plan to invest in each asset class (i.e., bonds, stocks) to meet your goals.
Not assessing your level of risk. Essentially, you have to consider how much money you can comfortably afford to lose without losing too much sleep. Investors frequently make the mistake of jumping into high risk investments for which they were not prepared.
Not doing your homework. No matter what type of investment instrument you are considering, it is important to do the research. There are numerous web sites and publications in which to research and compare companies.
Deviating from your investment objective. One of the biggest mistakes investors make is not sticking to their original investment strategy. Do not let yourself get diverted by a hot tip, a sudden trend or a sudden down market.
Not understanding a particular investment. We have all heard stories of individuals who have been talked into investing in futures or other investment vehicles that they did not fully understand. Make sure you are have an understanding of the type of investment and you are comfortable with the risks involved before proceeding.
Blindly following the advice of a broker. If brokers knew all of the best stocks and mutual funds they would have made enough money to retire. Therefore, you should still do some research even once it is recommended by a broker. You also have to work only with a broker whom you feel you can trust implicitly.
Not following your investments. Many people pay attention to their investments for a while and then make the mistake of getting sidetracked or losing interest. You should keep track of your investments on a regular basis.
 

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« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2009, 06:06:13 PM »
Basic rules but all in all , Good work !

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Re: Golden Trading rules
« Reply #2 on: May 23, 2009, 03:57:32 PM »
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Subject: Warren Buffet

There was a one hour interview on CNBC with Warren Buffet, the second richest man who has donated $31 billion to charity. Here are some very interesting aspects of his life.

1. He bought his first share at age 11 and now regrets that he started too late!

2. He bought a small farm at age 14 with savings from delivering newspapers.

3.. He still lives in the same small 3-bedroom house in mid-town Omaha that he bought after he got married 50 years ago. He says that he has everything he needs in that house. His house does not have a wall or a fence.

4. He drives his own car everywhere and does not have a driver or security people around him.

5. He never travels by private jet, although he owns the world's largest private jet company.

6. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns 63 companies. He writes only one letter each year to the CEOs of these companies, giving them goals for the year.

7. He never holds meetings or calls them on a regular basis. He has given his CEOs only two rules. Rule number 1: do not lose any of your share holder’s money. Rule number 2: Do not forget rule number 1.

8. He does not socialize with the high society crowd. His pastime after he gets home is to make himself some popcorn and watch Television.

9. Bill Gates, the world’s richest man met him for the first time only 5 years ago. Bill Gates did not think he had anything in common with Warren Buffet. So he had scheduled his meeting only for half hour. But when Gates met him, the meeting lasted for ten hours and Bill Gates became a devotee of Warren Buffet.


10. Warren Buffet does not carry a cell phone nor has a computer on his desk.


11. His advice to young people, "Stay away from credit cards and invest in yourself”, and Remember:
A. Money doesn't create man but it is the man who creates money.
B. Live your life as simple as you can.
C. Don’t do what others say, just listen to them, but do what you feel good.
D. Don’t go on brand names; just wear those things in which you feel comfortable.
E. Don’t waste your money on unnecessary things; just spend them on who are really in need, rather.
F. After all it’s your life; then why do we give a chance to others to rule our lives.

 

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« Reply #3 on: January 07, 2010, 08:39:28 PM »
Source: http://www.thekirkreport.com/2007/02/48_laws_of_powe.html

A reader recently sent me a copy of Robert Greene's "48 Laws of Power" after seeing someone talk about it on TV. The book has been around awhile and, as it turns out, quite well known though I've never heard of it before now. I was also asked for my reaction to the rules laid out in the book and whether I thought there was any applicability to trading and investing. My comments can be found within the parenthesis below:

The Laws of Power (For Traders)

1. Never outshine the master. (You can trade better than your mentor, just don't expect him to like it. You'll also learn more from people who you help, than from those who you work against.)

2. Never put too much trust in friends. Learn how to use enemies. (The only one you can trust as a trader is yourself and your own decisions. When the herd is against your positions, find something that is misunderstood, overlooked, or not fully recognized in the current stock price.)

3. Conceal your intentions. (Limit orders are good for the novice and undisciplined, but the market makers will never let you pick off the bottoms and tops using these.)

4. Always say less than necessary. (Talk is cheap and being concise is a good thing. It's ok to keep some things you learn and strategies you create all to yourself.)

5. So much depends on reputation - guard it with your life. (Wall Street watches where the smart money is going at all times and herd-like patterns typically follow. Find those with the best reputation and figure out what they're doing now. It will help unlock some secrets to their success.)

6. Court attention at all cost. (The key is to be ahead of the tape before Wall Street takes notice. Find stocks that few are looking at which offer tremendous growth prospects. They'll be tomorrow's winners, not the stocks you hear so much about right now.)

7. Get others to do the work for you, but always take the credit. (It's ok to use others' research and opinions, but realize that none of these can serve as a substitution for common sense and developing your own edge in the market. What is already known and published by others has already been acted upon no matter what you may think or have been told. Assume you're always the last to know.)

8. Make other people come to you – use bait if necessary. (Success breeds popularity. If others think that they can learn or profit from you, you'll never be lonely. However, with respect also comes responsibility to act in the best interests of others, many times before your own.)

9. Win through your actions, never through argument. (Don't waste time convincing others on message boards how good or bad a stock is and/or telling people how smart you were because of good calls you've made in the past. Instead, trade the stock and make your profit. Talk will never pay your bills. Show others by demonstration, not by time wasting chatter.)

10. Infection: avoid the unhappy and unlucky. (This is right on the money. I couldn't have said this better myself. Who you surround yourself with will ultimately determine your destiny. Marry for love, choose your friends carefully, and spend time with people who've been more successful and who are much smarter than you. Good and bad emotional states are as infectious as a disease.)

11. Learn to keep people dependent on you. (If you tell everyone everything you know, they'll end up knowing more than you know. Having others dependent on you will also serve as great motivation, especially when times are tough and you need a reason to work harder than ever before.)

12. Win through your actions, never through argument. (At the end of the day, all that matters is that you make good trades or investment decisions. There's lots of hype in this business and you should run, not walk, from anyone who spends more time talking than learning.)

13. Use selective honesty and generosity to disarm your victim. (Sorry, I'm not in agreement with this. In my view, you have to be honest with yourself and others at all times. In addition, generosity is always a good thing, especially when it is done without the desire of getting something in return. Having good Karma through generous acts also go a long way in keeping the trading gods on your side!)

14. When asking for help, appeal to people's self-interest, never to their mercy or gratitude. (Sad, but true. If you can help others, they'll be far more likely to help you. I know I always make a tremendous effort to help those who've helped me in the past.)

15. Pose as a friend, work as a spy. (You can find out more about people and companies you invest in by having friends who have specialized knowledge about certain industries. Their unique insight can be a powerful edge if you can get it. Sometimes a simple phone call or email to someone who works in the business will tell you much more than any chart or balance sheet.)

16. Crush your enemy totally. (When you're right in a trade or investment and things are going well, don't back off UNTIL you have good reason to sell.)

17. Use absence to increase respect and honor. (Knowing when not to trade is a skill few possess. Take vacations and breaks away from the market. It will only empower you to return refreshed, relaxed, and well-motivated. Remember, we trade to live, not live to trade. Achieving balance in your work and personal life will lay the foundation for long-term success.)

18. Keep others in suspended terror: cultivate an air of unpredictability. (It's good to mix it up from time to time to relieve trading/investing boredom. If you think you're in a rut, make some changes and go find something you can get excited about again.)

19. Do not build fortresses to protect yourself – isolation is dangerous. (Take time to bounce ideas off of people who are smarter than you. At all times, seek out opinions that are against you instead of with you - you'll learn a great deal more. And, remember, no one is right all of the time. But some people are more right than others.)

20. Know who you're dealing with – do not offend the wrong person. (As a small investor, it is best to avoid picking fights with market elephants (i.e. institutions, hedge funds) who think they know your stock better than you do. They have the power to move the market and your stock for longer than you have time or money to fight it.)

21. Do not commit to anyone. (Do not fall in love with any stock or trading system. No matter how great they are now, eventually all will find a way to disappoint you down the road.)

22. Play a sucker to catch a sucker – seem dumber than your mark. (We would all be better off to keep our mouths shut and to learn more. When you think you've got everything figured out, be careful. At all times, avoid the ever-present temptation to think that you're smarter than the market.)

23. Use the surrender tactic: transform weakness into power. (Know your weaknesses and strengths and use both to your advantage by trading and investing in a way that maximizes your strengths while offsetting your weaknesses. As they saying goes, the market is a very expensive place to find out who you really are. Know what you're good at and develop a strategy that takes advantage of it fully. Developing your trading niche is the key to long-term success.)

24. Concentrate your forces. (Over-diversification and redundancy in allocation is a recipe for underperformance.)

25. Play the perfect courtier. (You'll learn more from people you treat well than the other way around. Being nice and treating others the way you want and expect to be treated even if they don't deserve it is a good way to live.)

26. Re-create yourself. (Always work on new strategies. Stagnation, comfortability, and resting on your past success will not serve you well when, not if, the market changes.)

27. Keep your hands clean. (Do not engage in pump and dump situations, pyramid schemes, insider information, shady tax-avoidance methods, or anything that is illegal or just morally wrong. Eventually, all misdeeds will not be worth the price you'll eventually have to pay.)

28. Play on people's need to believe to create a cultlike following. (People need to believe the market will always go up and that every stock will work out "in the long run." The truth is that your need to believe that things will always work out should never prevent you from making rational investment or trading decisions. Hope and faith has no place in your approach with the market.)

29. Enter action with boldness. (When you are right and the market confirms it, put more money on the trade or investment. Do the exact opposite when the market moves against you and your positions - always cut your losers short.)

30. Plan all the way to the end. (Know your exit points before making any trade. Focus on how much you're willing to lose, not how much money you stand to profit. Determine the risk versus reward and develop "what if" scenarios at all times. Remember, a profit on paper means nothing until you ring the cash register.)

31. Make your accomplishments seem effortless. (You can make this game as challenging or as easy as you would like. Some of the lazy portfolio strategies are the very best for vast majority of investors. Remember, complexity in strategy does not equate success. Keep it simple stupid whenever possible!)

32. Control the options: get others to play with the cards you deal. (We all seek profits, but the market is a zero sum game. Control yourself and how you approach the game and you'll have the edge over the guy on the other side of the trade. Trading is war and every war is won before it begins. Preparation, homework, and skills you've developed will tilt the odds in your favor on the battlefield.)

33. Play to people’s fantasies. (Visualize success and you'll be successful. Visualize failure and failure will follow. Figure out where you want to be in 5 years and work every single day toward that dream. And, don't forget to dream big!)

34. Discover each man's thumbscrew. (Understand the logic of the other person on the trade and know their limitations. Exploit their greed and fear when possible. The best opportunities come when the market overshoots in the extreme.)

35. Be royal in your own fashion: act like a king to be treated like one. (If you haven't been successful in the market, put it behind you and start thinking and acting like a winner. Build your confidence and skills and always act professional. This is serious business, so treat it that way. You are in control over your destiny.)

36. Master the art of timing. (Learn to master the art of patience. Remember, being early is the equivalent of being wrong. A great stock can be a loser if your timing is poor. Likewise, failure to take swift corrective action when the bad signs are there will cost you more than anything else.)

37. Disdain things you cannot have: ignoring them is the best revenge. (As investors and traders, we will never have all of the facts. We can only make decisions based on what we know and have access to. As a little guy investor/trader, you should know that we're always the last to know and act accordingly. The market is manipulated by those far more powerful than any of us will be and that will never change. We don't live in a perfect world, but that doesn't mean we can't find ways to profit.)

38. Create compelling spectacles. (There's nothing like big success to silence your enemies and dismay your detractors.)

39. Think as you like, but behave like others. (Go with the trend when possible, but always remain skeptical and think independently. However, when everyone starts thinking alike and is very confident in those views, be extremely careful.)

40. Stir up waters to catch fish. (Look for opportunities where no one likes to go. The best stocks over the next 20 years will be stocks no one knows about today. Use stock screens to ferret out the unknown and undiscovered.)

41. Despise the free lunch. (Don't take free advice from friends, family, websites, magazines, television, newspapers, or newsletters. And, even when you pay for advice, understand that you must take full responsibility for every single decision you make. And, remember, what has worth is worth paying for.)

42. Avoid stepping into a great man’s shoes. (Trade within reason and know your own limitations. Swing for singles, not home runs each and every time. Very few people can trade like the pros and still have a normal day job. Customize your approach to the time and skills you have right now.)

43. Strike the shepherd and the sheep will scatter. (For every sector, pick a leadership stock and put that stock on your radar. If it falters, the rest of the group will as well, especially those at the bottom tier which will fall faster and harder than the rest.)

44. Work on the hearts and minds of others. (Knowing what the market loves and hates the most will lead you to opportunities. Knowing what the herd thinks and feels at all times is crucial.)

45. Disarm and infuriate with the mirror effect. (Good traders know what is working well and who has the hot hand and why. Use that information to your advantage.)

46. Never appear too perfect. (Hubris is the enemy. We're only as good as our next trade. All track records - especially very good ones - are absolutely meaningless. Stay humble or the market will do that for you.)

47. Do not go past the mark you aimed for. In victory, learn when to stop. (Know your exits and stick to them. The biggest losses usually come right after our largest successes in the market. Know this and guard against it.)

48. Assume formlessness. (Have a plan and be confident in that plan, but don't stay stubborn when you are wrong. Flexibility to take corrective action and willingness to accept it and move on will serve you well. Change in the market is an ever present challenge.)

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Re: Golden Trading rules
« Reply #4 on: January 08, 2010, 12:23:53 AM »
making this section was a good step

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Re: Golden Trading rules
« Reply #5 on: February 08, 2010, 09:57:24 AM »

Market Psychology


Understanding market psychology is crucial for a trader’s success. But so many people get caught up in the daily market volatility, media coverage and “noise” of the trading environment, it’s almost impossible to not think and trade in agreement with the majority of traders.

However, effective technical analysis allows us to use trends, patterns and other indicators to evaluate the market’s current psychological state. Fortunately, this analysis can both enable us to independently forecast whether the market is heading in an upward or downward trend and do so against the grain of the majority.

It takes a disciplined trader to be able to watch and listen to the market doing one thing, filter out the noise, then do the opposite – all in a controlled manor. To this day I still find myself fighting the herd mentality at times and that is when I step away from the computer and regroup.

I have a simple rule that has saved me thousands over the years. I would rather miss a trade and learn what caused me to get confused, then to take a loss.

Market Psychology Trading Conclusion:

Most get involved with the stock market because it looks like something they can quickly learn and start making money from home. But it doesn’t take long before they quickly realize there is more to trading than meets the eye.

While trading looks easy from a glance, in actuality I think its one of the toughest jobs out there.

Why? Well, this is what you are up against:
1. You are trying to predict something that is unpredictable
2. You are trading against millions of other highly skilled traders
3. You are trading against automated computers with complex algorithms
4. You are trading with your hard earned money which causes fear and greed
5. You must accept losing trades as that is part of the business
6. You must trade with a proven trading strategy and follow the system
7. You must understand money management and apply it to every trade
8. You must truly love the market cause it will break you down mentally

I don’t want to say you must be a contrarian, but in reality you must do the opposite of the masses during times of extreme price behavior.

These extremes happen on a daily basis when trading intraday charts and every 4-6 weeks when looking at daily charts. The toughest part is to pull the trigger when emotions are flying high in the market and you are looking to do the opposite. It takes several trades before you even start to get comfortable doing this.
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« Reply #6 on: April 10, 2010, 06:59:32 PM »
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« Reply #12 on: October 04, 2015, 06:03:24 PM »
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« Reply #13 on: February 12, 2016, 03:17:35 PM »
Ya sari cheze waqai mai boht mahine rakhti ha aur agar kisi ko success ko hasil karna ha to ya chezo ka dhyan rakhna zaroori ha. Mai boht khush kismat hoon k FreshForex jesa broker mila ha jahan har cheez ha no deposit bonus se le kar deposit bonus tak aur sirf itna hi nahi yahan spread bhe itna kam ha k har trade pay profit kama boht hi zada asan hojata ha is waja se mujhe koi rule ki parwa hi nahi ha.

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« Reply #14 on: February 16, 2016, 07:12:32 PM »
Following proper rules is the way to get success, but unfortunately there are not too many people not determined enough to follow the rules and then end up at the wrong side of things. I am fortunate enough that I can work out things easily even without reading these rules , it’s because I am already aware of all this and that’s through Vinson Financials and their superb educational course, it is quite straight forward yet highly effective!

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« Reply #15 on: March 17, 2016, 05:11:16 PM »
Ya sari cheze waqai mai boht mahine rakhti ha aur agar kisi ko success ko hasil karna ha to ya chezo ka dhyan rakhna zaroori ha. Mai boht khush kismat hoon k FreshForex jesa broker mila ha jahan har cheez ha no deposit bonus se le kar deposit bonus tak aur sirf itna hi nahi yahan spread bhe itna kam ha k har trade pay profit kama boht hi zada asan hojata ha is waja se mujhe koi rule ki parwa hi nahi ha.

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« Reply #16 on: March 26, 2016, 04:52:33 AM »
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« Reply #17 on: March 26, 2016, 04:54:23 AM »
Han sahi kaha Mirza FreshForex ne abhe naya contest shuru kara ha jis ka naam Great Trading Contest ha aur yahan hum hisa le sakte hain aur sab se achi baat k hum har stage mai 100 USD se hisa le sakte hain jis se humare jeetne k chance zada hojate hain.

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Re: Golden Trading rules
« Reply #18 on: July 09, 2016, 09:23:42 PM »
Mere khayal mai contest aise hone chaiya jis mai har koi part le sake tabhi maza ata ha aur mai OctaFX broker k sath aise hi contest mai hoon jis mai har koi part le sakta ha aur woh contest ha cTrader, yeh boht hi ala contest ha kiu k yahan har hafte hum log part le sakte hain aur 400 dollars prize bhe jeet sakte hain jis se trading karne mai asani rehti ha aur har koi sukoon se kam kar sakta ha bina koi masle k.