Morning coffee always tastes better when things working
— DK1 (@canuck2usa) November 21, 2014
“Our greatest power is that we know that we don’t know…" – Ray Dalio.
— The Chartist (@thechartist) November 21, 2014
— Jon Boorman, CMT (@JBoorman) November 20, 2014
There's a lot of magical thinking regarding trading. Bottom line: This is a business of probabilities and risk management.
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) November 6, 2014
Difference between great traders & the rest isn't magic entry points, instead they're better risk managers & better at position management.
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) October 31, 2014
@Mella_TA in this game , if your not making mistakes your not playing, paper traders
— TAMAYO (@LASTCOKE1000) November 21, 2014
I do not believe u can catch the full 100% regardless how good u are. If u catch at least 60% u are winning. $SPX
— Mella (@Mella_TA) November 21, 2014
— Ryan Ferguson (@Ryan_J_Ferguson) November 21, 2014
— ETrader (@WallStreeTopGun) November 20, 2014
@SJosephBurns 🙂 does not seem like anyone wants to take a profit ever. That in itself is scary.
— TakingStock614 (@takingstock614) November 20, 2014
The average hedge fund will collect $0 on the "and 20%" part in 2014
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) November 21, 2014
Trading results become more consistent once you realize that 'making money/not losing money' is more important than 'always being right'
— traderstewie (@traderstewie) November 21, 2014
@SJosephBurns lol. resistance is futile,mortal
— randall millard (@randadtrade) November 21, 2014