Training, Trading and Tipples

March 25, 2015

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Here’s some thoughts from one of the member of the Veterans’ Trader Project. Nice to hear such good feedback!

The (Mis)adventures of an Amateur Trader

Well Friday 20 March was a good day – did another training session as part of the ‘Veteran Traders’ Project’ with Paul Wallace https://fxtraderpaul.com/ (that’s the ‘Training’ part of the title covered). My trailing stop loss on AHT did indeed kick in meaning I exited that trade with a 3.4% profit and similarly I ended up stop-losing out of CRST with a 2.8% profit (that’s the ‘Trading’ covered).

The day was then rounded off with a few pints of Adnams (a fine ale from the fine County of Suffolk) at the rather pleasant Dickens Inn (http://www.dickensinn.co.uk/ – other ale houses are available) in St Katherine’s Dock (and there’s the ‘Tipples’). So, what did we learn from the day…

Well, after several pints in the sunshine you get very hungry but there’s a good curry house next to that pub. Not necessarily a profitable lesson, but a worthwhile one nonetheless.

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2 Comments on “Training, Trading and Tipples”

  1. sadikhaque Says:

    Excellent ,gr8 analysis …we need to see more update…..

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