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Patience and no overtrading Monday 5/13/2024 04:52:00 PM GMT+03:00

The hardest thing in trading is patience and reduce overtrading. As I messed on of the trendy days in Dow futures last week I got tempted to trade at very begging of market cash open.. 

Entered long on first move up and got stopped out. After that entered with a revenge trade on the short side. The result is one losing trade and another lose running. 

The revenge trade closed with some profit which is no good at all for my learning path as this would be a bad lesson giving impression that such trades work. 

So now I am at even for this month and starting from blank tomorrow. 

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