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Treat your Trading like a Business & Trade Plan/Journaling
TRADING PSYCHOLOGY
FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS
Technical Analysis
Option Greeks
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Trade Plan & Journaling Outline

Title Slide: Journaling – Let the Data Be Your Guide

Slide 1: Your Guide
Name of Presenter: Sean Reed
Expertise of Presenter: 20 years active trader, Mentor, Coach, Super Awesome Guy!

Slide 2: Golden Secret to Trading
Bullet Point #1: Journal
Bullet Point #2: Proper R/R Ratios
Bullet Point #3: Proper Timeframes
Bullet Point #4: Stops- Wide vs. Tight
Bullet Point #5: Ticker Selection- Mastery of Few
Bullet Point #6: Duration Selection
Bullet Point #7: Zone Refinement
Bullet Point #8: Are your targets to greedy
Bullet Point #9: Position sizing

Slide 3: Journal
Bullet Point #1: List the reasons why I got in the trade (ticker, direction, O.E. score, trend, duration, time-frames)
Bullet Point #2: List the reasons for exiting (R/R Ratio, stopped out, outside circumstances)
Bullet Point #3: Was there anything that I could do differently? (Take Aways)
Bullet Point #4: Learn a lesson from every trade. Don’t waste my time!
Bullet Point #5: You don’t have permission to put on your next trade until you have learned a lesson from the one you just completed
Bullet Point #6: Trade for the discipline not the money
Bullet Point #7: Follow my plan for at least 20-30 transactions before amending strategy.
Bullet Point #8: Let the data tell you what is working and what is not
Bullet Point #9: Individual trades don’t matter (multiple transactions allow you to reach your goals)
Bullet Point #10: Passion needs to be diverted to next trade. NOT the one your in right now!!! It’s going to work or not.…

Slide 4: Journaling Continued
Bullet Point #1: Batting average per Tickers/Assets
Bullet Point #2:Yield per Ticker (Keep what works get rid of what doesn’t)
Bullet Point #3:Batting average per length of hold (Trade Duration)
Bullet Point #4: You may not be a Day-Trader!
Bullet Point #5: Yield per length of hold (How long you’re in a trade)

Slide 5: Proper R/R Ratios
Bullet Point #1: R/R Batting Average
Bullet Point #2: What is the percentage of winners hitting? (1to1, 2to1 or 3to1)

Slide 6: Proper Timeframes
Bullet Point #1: Chart times can make all the difference
Bullet Point #2: Zone time-frames used 5 min. vs. 4 hr.?
Bullet Point #2: Larger time-frames can often lead to a better batting average

Slide 7: Stops-
Bullet Point #1: Wide vs. Tight
Bullet Point #3: Would the trade have worked with a larger stop?
Bullet Point #4: Are your stops too tight?

Slide 8: Ticker Selection-
Bullet Point #1: Mastery of Few
Bullet Point #2: Jumping around does not lead to consistent trading
Bullet Point #3: Basket of familiar stock

Slide 9: Duration Selection
Bullet Point #1: Let the data tell you how to behave

Slide 10: Zone Refinement
Bullet Point #1: Consider Drawing levels on two different timeframes
Bullet Point #2: Levels hold Better
Bullet Point #3: Reduces Risk

Slide10: Are your targets to greedy
Bullet Point #1: Targets are often too optimistic.
Bullet Point #2: Bigger moves occur less frequently.
Bullet Point #3: Consider position sizing instead of a bigger target.

Slide 11: Position sizing
Bullet Point #1: Bigger moves occur less frequently.
Bullet Point #2: Consider position sizing instead of a bigger target.
Bullet Point #3: Slowly increase quantity
Bullet Point #4: Reward consistency with a bigger position

Slide 12: Wrap up of RoadMap for Part 1

Slide 13: Part 1 Q&A

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