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Recordings of the Q1 2019 Online Traders Forum now available

January 15, 2019

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Hi Traders, We had an enjoyable session on Saturday at the Online Traders Forum. The theme for the session was about planning for the year ahead. I spoke about elements to consider when creating an intra-day trading plan. Martin Walker talked about Planning for Profit and how to create an overall Trading plan for your […]

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Join the VTP and evolve into a Versatile Trader in 2019

January 10, 2019

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Hello traders, I hope life and the markets are treating you all well. We’ve had an interesting start to 2019 and I think it will only become more eventful as the year progresses. As always this will provide either a threat or an opportunity based upon attitude and preparedness. For the last few years I […]

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What Type Of Trader Are You? Greed Based Trader (GBT) vs Fear Based Trader (FBT)

July 17, 2018

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Hey Traders, I did another piece on Core Finance last week and thought it was interesting enough to enlarge upon here.       Achieving consistent success in trading comes only once we learn to trade in line with our individual personality, character and beliefs. It is garnering this self-knowledge that becomes the real treasure […]

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Intra-day trading and on becoming a Money-Manager – Stage 3 & 4 of the VTP

July 10, 2018

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Fellow Traders, I will be starting this years Stage 3 & 4 of the VTP from next week. It’s based on utilising the acknowledged strengths of traders and veterans namely: Process, Discipline and Self-Awareness. I am offering it out to other traders to take one of the last couple of spaces. Stage 3 and 4 […]

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The Q3 Online Traders Forum – recordings available

July 9, 2018

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Hi Traders, We had an enjoyable session on Saturday at the Online Traders Forum. I spoke about a Simple Reversal Set-up and Quick Market Overview. Martin Walker talked about Price Action and Market Structure and how to use the to identify breakouts, fakeouts, reversals and trends. Ian McFadden talked about how he uses Fibs to […]

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Beating the hidden cost of currency fees…

May 23, 2018

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Hello Traders, Great to chat with some of you at the recent LTN Social – the next one is Wednesday 18th July. As people with an interest in markets and FX you may have seen this morning article on BBC regarding currency: The hidden cost of currency fees. If you’ve ever traded FX then, like […]

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An unexpected pleasure at the Tate Liverpool

April 4, 2018

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Hello Traders, Yeah I know I haven’t posted as much as I normally do – shock horror – I’ve been busy trading these glorious markets. However now and then I do get away from the desk and indulge in normal people’s behaviour. And so last Thursday I found myself in Liverpool for the day and […]

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My rambling review of 2017 (mostly my screw-ups)

January 12, 2018

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“Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again too few to mention…” so sang the late great Frank Sinatra. Whilst an undoubtedly great song I have always struggled with that line. You see I’ve never understood people who say “I have no regrets….” for when I look back at my life I have plenty of […]

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10th Nov 2017 – A follow-up to ‘McWilliams Ireland’ show. My thoughts on the rising cost of living in Ireland.

November 10, 2017

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Last night in Ireland on channel TV3 there was a TV show called ‘McWilliams Ireland’ driven by the Irish media personality, and occasional economist, David McWilliams (that was my Irish mate’s joke) which is a series looking at modern Ireland through the lens of an economist and the impact it has on everyday Irish folks. […]

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The October Monthly Candles: Part 1 (video)

November 4, 2017

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Hey Traders, Here’s part 1 of the October Monthly Candles – focusing on the GBP & EUR FX Pairs. Apologies for the sound quality. Paul

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