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Developing Your Own Trading Plan
What is a Trading Plan? Why Do Forex Traders Need A Trading Plan? Why Trading Discipline is the Key to Consistent Profitability How To Find A Trading Style That Suits Your Personality What is Your Motivation to Be a Forex Trader? What Is Your Risk Capital? How Much Money Can You Afford To Lose? How Much Time Can You Dedicate To Forex Trading? Which Kind Of Returns Do You Expect To Make From Forex Trading? What Is Your Daily Pre-Trading Routine? What Forex Trading Software, Hardware, And Other Tools Will You Use? In your trading plan, there are 21 questions you should answer Stick to your trading strategy Developing a Trading Strategy
Which Type of Trader Are You
Understand The Various Trading Styles Scalping Trading on a daily basis Swing Trading is a type of trading in which you trade Trading Positions What Kind of Forex Trader Do You Think You Are?
Create Your Own Trading System
What Is A Mechanical Trading System And How Do I Make One? 6 Steps to Creating a Trading System In three easy steps, you may create your own trading system When it comes to trading, what time frame should you use? The Trading System That Is "So Easy It's Ridiculous" Making Your Own Mechanical Trading System (Summary)
Keeping a Trading Journal
What Are The Benefits Of Keeping A Forex Trading Journal? 5 Reasons to Keep a Trading Journal in Forex 5 Things Every Trader Should Have In Their Trading Journal Area of Potential Trade Trigger for Entry Sizing of the Position Rules for Trade Management Retrospective on Trade Statistics on Trading Performance Examining Your Trading Log It's Difficult To Keep A Trading Journal, But It's Well Worth It Keeping a Trade Journal is a good idea
How to Use MetaTrader 4
MetaTrader 4: An Overview How to Place Orders in MT4 How to Install an EA in MT4 Basics How to Use Indicators in MT4 Basics
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