Volatility trading is simply buying and selling the expected future volatility of the instrument. Rather than predicting whether the price of an asset will move up or down, volatility traders are concerned with how much movement, in any direction, will occur. The most common way to trade...
I am essentially a swing trader staying in the market anywhere between a few hours to a few days (not more than 5). I trade index, equities and forex. I trade using S/R coupled with price action. I will post my nifty trader as I take them. Your views are welcome. Hope to have some good...
Starting Capital: Rs.50,000
Instruments to be traded: USDINR and EURINR
Max. Risk per Trade: 1% of Starting Capital i.e. Rs.500
Max. Drawdown: 35%
Expected outcome after 600 trades:
Excluding commissions and other costs.
I've been a lurker here for quite some time and have been closely following certain threads that pertain to my style of trading (reversals/breakouts). I've gathered that there are quite a lot of us who trade for a living on this forum, many of them with years of experience.
I have often wondered and genuinely (still) striving to keep the emotional quotient of trades under a constant leash.
Opinions vary, on how to achieve this:Advices include, "treat-this-trade-as-just-another-trade" to "control-your-greed-and-fear".
But as much as it is a challenging job...