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All a company report and balance sheet can tell you is the past and the present. They cannot tell future. - Nicholas Darvas
Do not trade every day of every year. Trade only when the market is clearly bullish or bearish. Trade in the direction of the general market. If it’s rising you should be long, if it’s falling you should be short - Jesse Livermore
Good investing is a peculiar balance between the conviction to follow your ideas and the flexibility to recognize when you have made a mistake. – Michael Steinhardt
It is always the best discretion to let the market show us where it is going and just simply follow (this would be prudent), rather than predict where the market is going and place a position (this would be gambling).
My basic philosophy is: Expose your portfolio to the best stocks that the market has to offer and cut your losses very quickly when you’re wrong. That one sentence essentially describes my strategy.
Water takes the form of whatever you put water into. Traders should trade for the market conditions that they find themselves in.
Why do you think unsuccessful traders are obsessed with market analysis? They crave the sense of certainty that analysis appears to give them. Although few would admit it, the truth is that the typical trader wants to be right on every single trade. He is desperately trying to create certainty where it just doesn’t exist.
The key to trading success is emotional discipline. If intelligence were the key, there would be a lot more people making money trading
I haven’t seen much correlation between good trading and intelligence. Some outstanding traders are quite intelligent, but a few aren’t. Many outstanding intelligent people are horrible traders. Average intelligence is enough. Beyond that, emotional makeup is more important.
One of the critical criteria I use in judging my traders is their ability to take a loss. If they can’t take a loss, they can’t trade.
The manager has to decide how much risk to accept, which markets to play, and how aggressively to increase and decrease the trading base as a function of equity change. These decisions are quite important—often more important than trade timing.