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Old 04-08-2017, 08:27 AM
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can you ask your so kind and merciful market mentor
show me how tio trade with low risk of 0.31%?

you just cant.
your mentor wont speak at all.
you just dsont know what language he speaks.
End result
you just move not an inch ahead.
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Old 04-08-2017, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by rvlv View Post
can you ask your so kind and merciful market mentor
show me how tio trade with low risk of 0.31%?

you just cant.
your mentor wont speak at all.
you just dsont know what language he speaks.
End result
you just move not an inch ahead.

The market is everyone's best teacher and mentor. First up you need to make yourself worthy of being taught by the market. Next you need to put in hard work from your end.

As for low risk of .31%.. What is the .31%? is it the risk your account takes? or is it the distance between your entry price and stop loss?

Just posting a number is a useles. You can trade with very low risk inspite of risking 100% of your position every time you put up a trade, and end up blowing your account when you take 100s of losing trades with minute risks in each trade.

-- no1lives4ever
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Old 05-08-2017, 02:52 PM
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HI THERE
I have already explained about 0.31% and how it came into existence.
unfortunately you seem to have missed it as you did not read my other posts.
All the best.
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Originally Posted by rvlv View Post
HI THERE
I have already explained about 0.31% and how it came into existence.
unfortunately you seem to have missed it as you did not read my other posts.
All the best.

I clearly read your original post, and hence have been trying to understand why you are fixated with a .31% risk per trade.

You dont seem to understand what others have posted here.

There is nothing magical about .31%. You can make billions of usd with much higher risk levels. You can end up with a blown account with even a .31% risk per trade if you have a negative expectancy system.

You clearly dont understand how risk and reward work in trading. You are fixated on max risk per trade, but you are not willing to look at other more important parameters about a complete trading system, parameters like:
  • Max Adverse Excursion
  • Max drawdown
  • Win %age
  • Is the system one where you have strings of winners and losers or one where winners and losers are distributed somewhat randomly
  • Risk of Ruin
  • Is the system a positive or negative expectancy system
  • Risk:Reward ratio

Essentially looking at just the per trade risk in isolation is a fool's errand, the faster you understand this the better you will be able to understand one of the basic fundamentals about trading.

You need to look at risk per trade as a function of your trading system and your trading objectives.

-- no1lives4ever
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Originally Posted by no1lives4ever View Post
I clearly read your original post, and hence have been trying to understand why you are fixated with a .31% risk per trade.

You dont seem to understand what others have posted here.

There is nothing magical about .31%. You can make billions of usd with much higher risk levels. You can end up with a blown account with even a .31% risk per trade if you have a negative expectancy system.

You clearly dont understand how risk and reward work in trading. You are fixated on max risk per trade, but you are not willing to look at other more important parameters about a complete trading system, parameters like:
  • Max Adverse Excursion
  • Max drawdown
  • Win %age
  • Is the system one where you have strings of winners and losers or one where winners and losers are distributed somewhat randomly
  • Risk of Ruin
  • Is the system a positive or negative expectancy system
  • Risk:Reward ratio

Essentially looking at just the per trade risk in isolation is a fool's errand, the faster you understand this the better you will be able to understand one of the basic fundamentals about trading.

You need to look at risk per trade as a function of your trading system and your trading objectives.

-- no1lives4ever

Perfectly summarized. I totally agree with what you have mentioned in the above post. I have myself experienced in the initial years of my trading that keeping very small risk %age infact was causing my account to deplete fast. I then read a lot about Risk Management & got the crux, which I can say that you have summarized very nicely above.
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