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9 thoughts on “A bad first day but still hopeful I will come out ahead, if I make 1300 a day on average I can dig myself out.

  1. zSalsy says:

    64 trades in a single day and -8k…

    I mean…

    EDIT: you also chose a swing account lol…

  2. Destroyer862K2 says:

    Wait so u made 64 trades in one day? That’s way way way too much. Focus on quality trades. I dont know your strategy but you should aim for less than 10 trades per day. Try to chose the best possible setups. 1300 per day with 200k is definitely doable, the hard part is to be consistent over the entire month. Good luck

  3. Oh_Yeah_Savage says:

    yessir shit happens best thing to do is go back to the drawing board to figure out why you lost the trades you lost, did you get into them before a break & close of your structure? did u trade news? did you manage your positions regardless of a winning or losing trade? are you trading multiple pairs? questions like tht can help u better understand what went wrong & plan for the future best of luck broh

  4. Logical_Ad_8267 says:

    1-2 quality trades my man.

  5. tacticalslacker says:

    yikes

  6. AdministrativeCow891 says:

    How did you not stop after 5….

  7. Vanguer says:

    Most edges will appear after 50 trades. A profitable system will rarely, if ever, be so deep in drawdown after 64 trades. I would reevaluate your entire method.

  8. seb-random says:

    That’s good you stopped before hitting the daily max drawdown. Getting back after -5% is doable mate don’t give up you have plenty of time. First step focus on getting those loss back, ignore the 10% target for now. And once you are back up to 0, start thinking about the 10%

  9. GreedyWillingness582 says:

    Sure can, go for those sure ones.

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