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  1. Anonymous August 24, 2017

    This is not my first account lol. Still can’t stop chasing the rabbit down the hole.

  2. Anonymous August 17, 2017

    The learning curve.
    -started trading with trend lines and ridiculous risk
    -made good gains, made me feel like a champion.
    -lost 20% trying to close a gap in between Xmas and new years (they always close right?)
    -Shook, still losing.
    -Fear stricken, however learned more about risk mgmt, and more about have a system.
    -starting to see positive results, and around break even.

    …. Only the beginning, and many lessons to encounter yet. As long as I keep risk mgmt in check, I will still be able to learn from my mistakes without wanting to jump in traffic

  3. bhmd53.com July 20, 2017

    Not every great trader is a sometimes maniacal, stimulant dependent, functioning alcoholic with symptoms of ADHD.

  4. Anonymous June 20, 2017

    working on it

  5. Anonymous June 7, 2017

    May

  6. Anonymous May 30, 2017

    I just got started and i am going for the gradual growth approach.

  7. Anonymous May 29, 2017

    Almost there

  8. Anonymous May 29, 2017

    Balls Deep

  9. Anonymous May 28, 2017

    A gentle reminder of what it means not to use stop loss. Got almost wiped out, but then I swore to God that for the rest of my career I will use a stop loss. It’s a self deceit not to a use protection, sooner or later it will cause emotional pain and even destruction. It is by far the worst pain avoidance tool…:

  10. Anonymous May 27, 2017

    got a Lack in Patience but gets better,this is Demo but i treat it like real Money
    This is only for my Study and Confidence-giving in my Setup

  11. Anonymous May 27, 2017

    #breakevenlife but getting better each trade, only real demons now are sometimes closing too early and not risking enough on some (the ones I go too light on tend to be the winners, then a proper risk loser takes the multi-R win back…)

  12. Anonymous May 27, 2017

    higher risk

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