Are you still losing money after learned technical and fundamental analysis?

You know all about Candlestick and Chart Patterns, you know how to Draw Trend lines and Trending Channels. You know all about ADX, ATR, Bollinger Band, RSI, MACD, Moving Averages and other Indicators and oscillators but still making the loss.

You have tried all famous trading setups namely, Golden crossover, Bollinger band squeeze, Inside Bar, Supply & Demand Zones, Higher high & Lower low patterns etc but nothing is working for you.

You studied about EPS, ROE, ROCE, Debt/Equity Ratio, Promoters, Business Module, Profit growth, Cash flow but still failed to choose a good stock for investment.

This is the same story with most of the traders. They learned technicals and fundamentals but still losing money in trading, then what is the thing that Successful trader know and you don’t know. Anything special indicators or something hidden secret?

Guys, believe me, there is no hidden secret or tools that Successful traders are using, they are using same indicators and tools. There is no one better than Bollinger band in the sideway market and Moving Avg. crossover is the best one for trending market. Other indicators and chart patterns also have their importance.

So, what is the difference between the successful trader and a normal trader?

First of all, Let me tell, do you know about the hammer, screw driver, pliers, punches and handsaw and how to use them? Most probably, your answer will YES. In fact, this all tools are available in our home and we frequently use them.


Now, my second question for you, Can you make a chair, table, bed, door, window by using this tools? Most probably, your answer will NO. But a carpenter can make chair, bed, table etc by using same tools.

Then what is the difference between you and a carpenter? The difference is the SKILL. Carpenter has the skill to make the chair, table etc from these same tools but you don’t have.

Similarly, a successful trade has a skill. He developed the skill of trading. He is using same basic indicators and technicals for his trading. There is no other secret in it. There are same rules of indicators for the successful trader and a normal trader but the difference of skill.

Skill development takes time and you have to develop it. There is no shortcut. you have to learn and develop it gradually.

 Basic Skills That Traders Need
Analytical Skill
One skill every trader needs is the ability to analyze data quickly. There is a lot of math involved in trading, but it is represented through charts with indicators and patterns from technical analysis. Consequently, traders need to develop their analytical skills so they can recognize trends and trends in the charts.
Traders need to have a healthy thirst for information and a desire to find all the relevant data that impacts the securities they trade. Many traders create calendars of economic releases and set announcements that have measurable effects on the financial markets. By being on top of these information sources, traders are able to react to new information as the market is still digesting it.
Focus is a skill and it increases the more traders exercise it. Because there is so much financial information out there, traders need to be able to hone in on the important, actionable data that will affect their trades. Some traders also focus in on the types of securities they trade so they can deepen their understanding of a specific sector, industry or currency to the point where it becomes a competitive advantage against less specialized traders.
Hand in hand with focus is control. A trader needs to control his or her emotions and stick to a trading plan and strategy. This is especially important in managing risk by using stop losses or taking profits at set points. Many strategies are designed so the trader loses a little in bad trades and systematically gains more on good trades. When traders start to get emotional about their trades – good or bad – strategy goes out the window.
Record Keeping
One of the most important keys to trading is record keeping. If a trader records the results of his or her trades diligently, then improving is simply a matter of testing and tweaking strategies to find a successful one. It is hard to show real progress if you are keeping accurate records.