Why 100 Bad Trades?

Trading any markets can be quite an experience. It can be a quick in-n-out gamble, a double down or a margin call. Or, if you choose to persist, it can be a journey that spans over time, filled with numerous triumphs and tribulations. Having started my own trading venture back in early 2002, I understand the importance of learning from both the highs and lows. That’s why I decided to create a blog where I chronicle my trading experiences, sharing not only my successes but also the valuable lessons I’ve learned from my failures.

Why Journaling Matters in Trading:

Successful traders understand the importance of self-reflection and continuous improvement. Journaling allows traders to analyze their decisions and strategies, identify patterns, and make informed adjustments. By documenting all their trades, traders can gain valuable insights into their strengths and weaknesses, helping them refine their approach over time.

Introducing “100 Bad Trades”:

The concept behind “100 Bad Trades” is simple yet powerful. Many traders tend to focus solely on their winning trades, which can create a distorted perception of their skills and abilities. By consciously documenting both good and bad trades, this blog aims to provide an honest and transparent account of a trader’s journey, emphasizing the importance of learning and optimizing your trading edge.

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