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THE BEST TRADING SYSTEM FOR ME by Sherri Haskell

热度 2已有 1475 次阅读2013-6-7 04:10 PM |个人分类:读书笔记| trading, system

Have you ever walked up to a crowded craps table when people were screaming, the dice flying, and every imaginable expression seen around the table? If you didn‘t know the game, it probably looked like utter chaos. I‘ve always thought of the stock market  as a kind of global craps table. Instead of dozens of simultaneous games, there are thousands, with every conceivable kind of player, many different systems, odds and odds-makers (pundits). In addition, you must factor into the game potential influences: economic, political, and psychological. It‘s so daunting - until you determine your game. 
 
In my early years I read everything, went to innumerable seminars and workshops, tried every guru‘s system. I started out like most people, looking for the Holy Grail. We think there must exist the best system and the best guru, and so we jump from game to game and end up frustrated. 
 
I spent some time thinking about my personal strengths, the way my mind and emotions operate, and the aspects of trading I enjoy the most. Where did I seem to do well consistently? I extracted bits and pieces from everything I had studied; the things that worked for me, made sense to me, and fit my own personal style. I customized that information along with personal formulations and discoveries, and created my own system. That was my epiphany. 
 
The difficult part for me is the discipline. Not just the discipline of maintaining vigilance and not deviating from my system, but the discipline of not being influenced by others. I learned over time not to listen to financial programs on TV, to reduce the number of publications I receive, and to be very careful conversing with others about the market. 
 
 The market requires you to check some of your instincts while exploiting others. It‘s a psychological balancing act that I keep perfecting, but that takes time and conviction. The right emotional temperament helps, and so does a strong constitution. If you can start from a reasonable capital base, just like in any other business, as well as endure expensive early mistakes, the rewards can be fantastic!  
A few suggestions: 
 Learn candlestick interpretations. They bring the chart‘s story to life. 
 Keep a diary and review it periodically. Write down the thoughts, emotions, and  incidents at the time of each trade. You‘ll be surprised at the valuable information you‘ll find, particularly about your own behavior patterns. 
 Be patient. Be deliberate. Wait for the perfect setup. When you see it, don‘t  hesitate. If it‘s not happening, don‘t take action.
 Try not to make too many decisions during the trading day. Have your strategies  mostly thought out during non-trading hours.
 Read Reminiscences of a Stock Operator about Jesse Livermore.
 Listen to the chart. What is it telling you? If you‘re not sure at once, step back.  View the longer-term picture. What is it saying to you? If you‘re not certain, do nothing. I always let the chart speak to me, and I listen to the chart! 
 Don‘t ignore your instincts. If you are successful at trading, your instincts have  played a role!

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