Thank you very much Sir
ST,Have you attended this before ?is it Price action trading ?rgdsKishore
Thank you very much ST. I have registered for today.
Thanks a lot Sir.
i am also in for a webinar at 6:00 PM today !!
You are the BEST TEACHER ST !!
After watching the webinar ,infact in the middle of webinar , I could only say ST sir , you are the best coach in the WHOLE WORLD and I am proud to say that the best coach in the world is an Indian.Thanks
Sir,Thank you very much.S.Karthikeyan
Hi STWhat is the webinar all about???ThanksTBP
Hi ST,Was there any key takeaway from yesterday's seminar for us? I apologize if I missed the gorilla.
It will take a few years experience to implement his suggestionBlind entries without confirmation is not possible for us nowST
The good portions of the webinar is not more than 30-35 minutes. Rest of the time wasted in elaborate introductions, discussing account statements and introduction to his paid course. Typical feature of most webinar is that they will just give you a few introductory points and then will try and tempt you to sign up to their course. He gives us time till midnight to sign up to his paid course, because as per him, those who want more time are not serious traders !!!! He may be a good, knowledgeable trader, but in the end he just comes out as a marketer. More reason why we should be appreciative of the incredible effort and support provided by ST on this blog.
Hi STI went through the webinar last evening. 8 to 10.PMZiad could be a great trader.But I could not get the purpose of the webinar.He tells only one point of buying blindly at supports which takes great courage.Only one point for 2 hours.If we spend that time on this blog, that would be time well spent, I guess.Thanks for the blog STTBP
Hello, His style is somewhat similar to YTC, there were few good points to check but i guess all of it is for later My initial notes if they help are here - https://www.dropbox.com/s/5w2fbs981m403hq/opentrader.txt?dl=0
Wow. Great compilation. You have captured all of it. Thank you very much for sharingST
SpacemanSpiff, thank you very much for your notes. Yesterday I quit half way thru, today tried to catch the later half, but got cut off twice at Principle 7, when I tried to connect back it start back at the beginning. Could not catch principle 8 at all.
Hi, SpacemanSpiff ,Thanks a lot for sharing your compilation. S.Karthikeyan
We cannot expect all the ideas and insights to come from a single sourceIt comes in bits and pieces from different sources.We have to mix and match them and make our own cocktail.It is all about connecting dots as Steve jobs told. Pradeep Bonde calls them Idea Pickles. He write down every idea and preserve them as pickles for future use. DP method is not my invention. It is a mix and match of many ideas I collected from different sources. I have stolen and borrowed from many people like Lance, Joseph James, Sam Seiden,Brian hoffman, Ziad, James16, Mbqb1, Ghouse, Pradeep, Furious Angel, Saint and much much moreST
Hi ST,Thanks for pulling it all together for us. I found this article from his site useful, I think I have this problem. I double guess myself often and break the system http://blog.opentrader.com/are-you-making-this-fatal-hidden-trading-mistake/
Hi STA live example of today's trade in Tata Steel using Ziad's principle.http://tinypic.com/r/zk5mq8/8ThanksTBP
Hi STI was going through a tag named 'Bias' from YTC site. The article was BUY BECAUSE THERE ARE NO MORE SELLERS (WITH LOWER TIMEFRAME). Here Lance talks about buying at the supports and not wait for confirmation and buy. I read your comment there. Also Ziad in his webinar talks of the same concept.But do you recommend to do the same in our trading and if yes does it apply to Indian markets??ThanksTBP
It will be applicable to all marketsBut it takes a lot of experience and conviction to take such tradesST
James Dalton is another person who says the same ...He calls it Asymmetric opportunities. There is a very famous quote from his book "Mind over Markets" related to this which goes like“The best trades often fly in the face of the most recent market activity.”Thanks,tRaDeR_B
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