5 destructive habits for beginner technical traders
In this live session and in front of the charts we highlight, the 5 habits and advise how to break these!
The habits being:
• Trading lower time rames
• Trading only one market at a time
• Trading without a risk managemAdam sold his half of a successful Visual Effects Production Company in early 2008 to focus on growing and managing his own financial investments. He was quickly drawn to trading the financial markets as a viable source of income with no ceiling, as well as its startling parallels with other real life experiences.
Adam’s primary focus is in finding strong and established trends, no matter which market they are in; He happily trades across all instruments and on various timeframes.
He finds TWP’s trading strategies incredibly sound and intuitive, but most of all, practical and which provide real, sensible and detailed results. He joined the team this year, and is proud to be part of a company with the highest of standards in quality, integrity and goals.
Adam also actively trades large funds for a few select firms in London, and is fortunate enough to do a lot of this on his own time, leaving him free to pursue other passions, one of which includes mentoring and transferring any lessons he has learned over the years to other enthusiastic individuals going down the same path.
After growing up in beautiful Cape Town, Adam now lives in London, with a view to retiring on the warm, sunny Mediterranean within the next few years.
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