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15 hours ago, Mercury said:

Brent Crude is no longer following my road map.  Time for a new road map.

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A short post, but one which people probably shouldn't breeze over so lightly.

Whilst this shouldn't be construed as financial advise from myself, and any trade or strategy decision you make must be entirely your own, it's important to notice when your convictions are not met and you need to either cut the trade, cut your losses, take your profit, or reevaluate the market. Statistically on the data we've seen people more often than not are winning their trades, however they hang onto the loss making trades for far more pips which negatively impacts their trade balance which factors into 'the 80%'.

Good job for stating so publicly. 

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