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Trade 82 short

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result a wee beaut 😘

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Trade 83 long

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result a big stonker Kathleen 😘

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Trade 84 long

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result: why you shouldn't adjust your stops

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Trade 85 short

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result fat t!tties

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Trade 86 long

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result profit

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trade 87 short

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result profit

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trade 88 short

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result chased it too far 

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trade 89 short

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result profit

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trade 90 long

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result profit

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trade 91 long

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result  profit

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trade 92 short

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result i've got a hot hand hun 😘

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trade 93 short

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result loss

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trade 94 long

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result wtf

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trade 95 short

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result profit

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trade 96 short

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result loss

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trade 97 long

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result loss

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trade 98 short

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result profit

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trade 99 long

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result loss

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trade 100 short

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Time now to tally up the results with my big tallywhacker!  I don't feel positive about the results.

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Here's one example of a glaring mistake.  This is trade 60 where I went long at the top.  I went long because of the bullish candle and the MACD pulling away from the signal line.  That's okay; but look where I put the stop.  That is just inexcusable!  I should have had the stop just underneath the bullish candle that I put the trade on.

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i'm surprised at how good the results were.

So the question is, why can't I make money in live trading?

 

 

Opened

Closed

Direction

Win

Loss

P/L

Running P/L

1

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Long

 

1

-150

-150

2

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Short

1

 

124.5

-25.5

3

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Short

 

1

-169.7

-195.2

4

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Short

1

 

234.9

39.7

5

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Long

 

1

-198.1

-158.4

6

01/04/2020

01/04/2020

Short

1

 

195.3

36.9

7

01/04/2020

02/04/2020

Long

 

1

-240.5

-203.6

8

02/04/2020

02/04/2020

Short

1

 

311.3

107.7

9

03/04/2020

03/04/2020

Short

1

 

214.5

322.2

10

03/04/2020

03/04/2020

Long

 

1

-160.8

161.4

11

03/04/2020

03/04/2020

Long

1

 

194.9

356.3

12

03/04/2020

03/04/2020

Short

 

1

-139.7

216.6

13

06/04/2020

06/04/2020

Long

1

 

281.1

497.7

14

06/04/2020

06/04/2020

Short

 

1

-118.4

379.3

15

06/04/2020

07/04/2020

Long

1

 

373.7

753

16

07/04/2020

07/04/2020

Long

1

 

296

1049

17

07/04/2020

07/04/2020

Short

 

1

-210.9

838.1

18

07/04/2020

07/04/2020

Short

1

 

488.3

1326.4

19

07/04/2020

08/04/2020

Short

 

1

-136.9

1189.5

20

08/04/2020

08/04/2020

Long

 

1

-251.6

937.9

21

08/04/2020

08/04/2020

Long

1

 

377.4

1315.3

22

08/04/2020

08/04/2020

Long

1

 

439

1754.3

23

09/04/2020

09/04/2020

Short

 

1

-216.8

1537.5

24

09/04/2020

09/04/2020

Long

 

1

-168

1369.5

25

09/04/2020

09/04/2020

Short

 

1

-306

1063.5

26

09/04/2020

12/04/2020

Short

1

 

393

1456.5

27

13/04/2020

13/04/2020

Short

 

1

-233.1

1223.4

28

13/04/2020

14/04/2020

Short

 

1

-317.1

906.3

29

14/04/2020

14/04/2020

Short

 

1

-119.2

787.1

30

14/04/2020

15/04/2020

Long

 

1

-314.4

472.7

31

15/04/2020

16/04/2020

Short

 

1

-192.4

280.3

32

16/04/2020

16/04/2020

Short

1

 

233.1

513.4

33

16/04/2020

16/04/2020

Short

 

1

-249.4

264

34

16/04/2020

16/04/2020

Long

1

 

330.6

594.6

35

17/04/2020

17/04/2020

Long

 

1

-211.4

383.2

36

17/04/2020

17/04/2020

Long

 

1

-176.1

207.1

37

17/04/2020

17/04/2020

Short

1

 

208.6

415.7

38

17/04/2020

17/04/2020

Short

 

1

-105.7

310

39

17/04/2020

17/04/2020

Long

1

 

287.3

597.3

40

20/04/2020

20/04/2020

Long

 

1

-159.9

437.4

41

20/04/2020

20/04/2020

Short

1

 

192.4

629.8

42

20/04/2020

20/04/2020

Long

1

 

211.4

841.2

43

20/04/2020

20/04/2020

Short

1

 

168

1009.2

44

20/04/2020

21/04/2020

Short

 

1

-138.2

871

45

21/04/2020

21/04/2020

Long

 

1

-233

638

46

21/04/2020

21/04/2020

Long

 

1

-159.9

478.1

47

21/04/2020

21/04/2020

Short

1

 

311.6

789.7

48

21/04/2020

21/04/2020

Short

 

1

-127.4

662.3

49

21/04/2020

22/04/2020

Long

1

 

314.3

976.6

50

22/04/2020

22/04/2020

Short

 

1

-146.3

830.3

51

22/04/2020

23/04/2020

Long

 

1

-138.2

692.1

52

23/04/2020

23/04/2020

Long

1

 

241.2

933.3

53

23/04/2020

23/04/2020

Short

1

 

280.7

1214

54

24/04/2020

24/04/2020

Long

1

 

173.6

1387.6

55

24/04/2020

24/04/2020

Long

 

1

-156.3

1231.3

56

24/04/2020

24/04/2020

Short

 

1

-208.7

1022.6

57

27/04/2020

27/04/2020

Long

1

 

327.9

1350.5

58

27/04/2020

27/04/2020

Short

 

1

-41.2

1309.3

59

28/04/2020

28/04/2020

Short

 

1

-90.3

1219

60

28/04/2020

29/04/2020

Short

 

1

-101.4

1117.6

61

29/04/2020

29/04/2020

Long

1

 

202.8

1320.4

62

29/04/2020

29/04/2020

Short

 

1

-118.8

1201.6

63

29/04/2020

29/04/2020

Short

 

1

-122

1079.6

64

30/04/2020

30/04/2020

Short

 

1

-74.5

1005.1

65

30/04/2020

30/04/2020

Long

 

1

-191.7

813.4

66

30/04/2020

30/04/2020

Short

1

 

270.9

1084.3

67

01/05/2020

01/05/2020

Short

1

 

193.2

1277.5

68

01/05/2020

01/05/2020

Short

1

 

139.4

1416.9

69

01/05/2020

01/05/2020

Short

 

1

-68.1

1348.8

70

01/05/2020

01/05/2020

Short

 

1

-101.4

1247.4

71

04/05/2020

04/05/2020

Long

1

 

186.9

1434.3

72

04/05/2020

04/05/2020

Short

 

1

-83.9

1350.4

73

04/05/2020

04/05/2020

Long

 

1

-118.8

1231.6

74

04/05/2020

04/05/2020

Long

1

 

171.1

1402.7

75

05/05/2020

05/05/2020

Long

1

 

93.1

1495.8

76

05/05/2020

05/05/2020

Long

 

1

-131.5

1364.3

77

05/05/2020

05/05/2020

Long

1

 

171.1

1535.4

78

06/05/2020

06/05/2020

Short

1

 

120.4

1655.8

79

06/05/2020

06/05/2020

Long

1

 

182.2

1838

80

06/05/2020

06/05/2020

Short

1

 

71.4

1909.4

81

06/05/2020

06/05/2020

Short

1

 

167.8

2077.2

82

06/05/2020

06/05/2020

Short

1

 

127.8

2205

83

07/05/2020

07/05/2020

Long

1

 

183.3

2388.3

84

07/05/2020

08/05/2020

Long

1

 

166.5

2554.8

85

08/05/2020

08/05/2020

Short

 

1

-77.2

2477.6

86

08/05/2020

11/05/2020

Long

1

 

246.3

2723.9

87

11/05/2020

11/05/2020

Short

 

1

134.7

2858.6

88

11/05/2020

11/05/2020

Short

 

1

-92.1

2766.5

89

11/05/2020

12/05/2020

Short

1

 

193.1

2959.6

90

12/05/2020

12/05/2020

Long

1

 

111.2

3070.8

91

12/05/2020

12/05/2020

Long

1

 

116.7

3187.5

92

12/05/2020

12/05/2020

Short

1

 

113.4

3300.9

93

13/05/2020

13/05/2020

Short

 

1

-129.1

3171.8

94

13/05/2020

13/05/2020

Long

 

1

-101.1

3070.7

95

13/05/2020

13/05/2020

Short

1

 

171.7

3242.4

96

13/05/2020

13/05/2020

Short

 

1

-140.7

3101.7

97

14/05/2020

14/05/2020

Long

 

1

-95.4

3006.3

98

14/05/2020

14/05/2020

Short

1

 

207.6

3213.9

99

15/05/2020

15/05/2020

Long

 

1

-108.9

3105

100

15/05/2020

15/05/2020

Short

 

1

-85.3

3019.7

       

0.48

0.52

3019.7

 
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For my next thread, I shall do 100 trades of the Nasdaq :)

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