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  • Hi Traders, here is the very interesting interview of Kweku Adoboli on RT UK:

    Notice at 8:20 of the interview what Kweku says when the market went against UBS's positions. Not using/removing stop losses and adding into losing positions in hope that the market will come back is something both retail and institutional traders do.

    Please, ALWAYS use stop losses and manage your risk accordingly. Never ever risk too much on a single trade. Trading is a marathon, not a sprint. I hope you all have a great trading week 🙂

    Trading180 July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply
  • this is gold

    Poizen worldwide July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply
  • I follow you because our trading styles are VERY similar. Just so when someone asks what's my system I just refer them to your channel, in the the "Supply And Demand Order Flow Revisited" video.

    Surprising to know you also use this one thing. I thought it was some unique quirk of mine.

    I just informally think of it as Greed and Fear, Expectation vs Outcome, add some note to Hedging strategies as the reason WHY it works, and refer to the S/R as "the NOPE/B.E. price". My favorite catch on them is using trendlines and parallel channels that are steamrolled, or trend-following entries that get engulfed. They don't even have to show a clear candle, tho if I zoom in into lower TFs it's often there. The trick is figuring out if it's really an entry that went miserably wrong, or just some conservative profit taking that came too early. The former works but the latter doesn't. The better the entry looked, the more it works (because more money was lost there). It works even on Weekly charts, with stuff from years ago, which makes sense for un-leveraged, heavily complicated hedging systems.

    I don't even use classic S/R anymore, just this, round prices and round percentages from day/week/month open. Pretty much 100% behavioral.

    I made an indicator on TV for the engulfing type (link bellow), and some S&D traders told me it's the best S&D indicator they've seen, better than the indicators specifically made for S&D. The two things are very connected. Sometimes one looks like the other. But not all "NOPE prices" will be spotted by S&D traders, because not all of them leave a footprint on the chart, and the ones that don't sometimes happen to be the best. Similarly, the script doesn't catch everything, not even all S&D, but it catches some runs that went wrong.

    luaudesigndf July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply
  • Supply and demand more than just zones and fresh levels thanks Mr

    Bongs Ndimande July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply
  • Hi sir I'm new to market I have doubt
    I have found dynamic supply levels price would reach all supply levels ?

    venkat Nani July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply
  • Nice

    ifeanyi nwokocha July 21, 2020 3:34 pm Reply

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