Choose the General tab. Customize alert visibility settings in the Alerts drop-down list: Show alerts. Select this option to display all alerts at corresponding price levels with description bubbles. Show arrows only.
Select this option to display arrows marking the alerts at the corresponding price levels and hide their descriptions. Do not show. Select this option if you wish to hide all the alerts on the chart. Select the Show last price bubble option to display the last price value in a bubble on the price axis.
This option might be useful when placing orders and alerts assessing historical data. Select Show Symbol Logo to display the logo of current instrument if available in the upper left corner of the chart. Select Show Trades so that your trade execution history will be displayed on chart. The trades will be displayed as "pills" next to the corresponding chart bars: the buy side trades below, and the sell side above.
In case there were several trades of the same side corresponding to the same bar, the "pill" will be stacked. Stacked "pills" display the total trade size and average execution size. Click on a stacked "pill" to view the data for each trade in it. Select this option to snap drawing key points to the closest price point of the bar: Open, High, Low, or Close. In other words, the key point placed close to one of the price points will be moved precisely to it.
Bar center. Select this option to snap drawing key points to the bar center line. That is, a key point cannot be placed between the bars; it will be moved to the closest bar line instead. Select this option to snap drawing key points to the closest tick. Select this option to turn off all the snaps so that the key points can be set freely across the subgraphs. Customize synchronization options in the Synchronize area: Select Crosshairs position to be able to move crosshairs on all opened charts simultaneously.
Each new chart instance will display the crosshairs in the same position as on all other charts. Note that this option will also add a separate Data Box to each chart in the grid if you chose the Floating mode for the Data Box. To customize the settings: 1.
Regardless of which chart mode or type you are using, colors are always apllied to their elements in the same way: Click the sample color square to the left of the color setting. A quick palette of nine predefined colors will appear.
Note that the colors in the palette depend on the current look and feel you are using. If you wish to set a different color, click the Select button below the palette. You can observe the changes you made in the Preview area. Standard Mode 1. Select desired appearance settings for the chart elements: For the Bar , Line , and Equivolume chart types, you can customize colors for Up tick , Down tick , and Neutral tick.
For Equivolume chart type, you can enable display of Close price by activating the Indicate close price level checkbox. For the Candle trend chart type, you can specify colors for Border up , Border down , Neutral tick , Fill up , and Fill down. For the Area chart type, you can customize the color for the Area fill. You can also turn these features off by deselecting the corresponding checkboxes.
Select the Emphasize first digit checkbox to highlight the opening digit of each period in bold. Select the preferred row height mode from the Row height drop down list. Specify the percentage of the trading activity for which The Playground is determined within T he Playground field. Select the Open price checkbox to highlight Monkey Bars' open price with a square. The color of the square can be chosen by clicking the color sample next to the checkbox. Select the Close price checkbox to highlight Monkey Bars' close price with an arrow.
The color of the arrow can be chosen by clicking the color sample next to the checkbox. Select the Initial balance checkbox to bracket the high-low range of first several bars converted to Monkey bars. The number of these bars can be specified in the list to the right. You can also supplement sections of Monkey bars with Volume Profile histograms.
Choose "All" from Volume for dropdown list to add Volume Profile to each section, "Last" to add it to the last section only; choosing "None" will turn off the Volume Profile. If you chose to display Volume Profiles, you can customize display properties for histograms.
Click Volume Profile radio button and specify whether or not to display Point of Control and its color and parameters of Value Area. Seasonality Mode 1. Common Settings These settings are common among all chart modes if applicable. Select the desired type of cursor from the Cursor drop-down list: Select Cross to use a cursor with crosshairs.
Placing the cursor over any point of the subgraph will indicate the corresponding price and date or time on the intraday charts in the bubbles on the time and price axes. Select Vertical to use a cursor with a vertical line. Placing the cursor over any point of the subgraph will indicate the corresponding date or time on the intraday charts in the bubble on the time axis. Select Horizontal to use a cursor with a horizontal line.
Placing the cursor over any point of the subgraph will indicate the corresponding price in the bubble on the price axis. Select None to use the plain cursor with no additional lines. Select the mode of snapping for the cursor: None: The cursor will be free-floating.
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Think about your next trade. You have to get past the idea that just because you lost money on a trade, it means you failed. Every trading decision you make is subject to some randomness. So what Scott Ramsey is saying in this quote is to not have unrealistic expectations of trading…. That means, do not be quick to judge whether your trading strategy or system is profitable or not just from one trade. This way you will be able to get a good idea of whether your trading strategy is profitable or not over the long run.
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In this post, I will only be using quotes from traders who trade the Forex market. This way, you will be able to relate to them and improve your Forex trading. George Soros is by far the most legendary Forex trader in the world. Taking on a country not only takes guts but a huge conviction!
That means when he is wrong in his trade, he cuts his losses and gets out of the market. Many traders often let their ego and pride get in the way of their trading. For example, whenever you get into a trade, you must always know where your cut-off point is. That means you need to know when to cut your losses when the market goes against you. When I was at the prop firm, for some reason, we were never told to put a hard Stop Loss.
But we were expected to manage our risk well. That means we MUST know exactly when to cut our trade if it goes against us. And the prop firm takes this seriously. He was Long the market and as the market dropped, he kept building up his position. He was very certain that the market would turn and go back up. So he held on to this trade hoping it would come back.
But the senior trader just froze up and sat there disbelieving what was happening in the market. He was fired on the spot. He knew he was wrong but refused to admit it. And he got fired. Always cut your losses short. There are plenty of trades to come. Forex Trading Quote 2: Bill Lipschutz Quote: If most traders would learn to sit on their hands 50 percent of the time, they would make a lot more money.
And thus he misses out on all his trades. The second type of trader is the opposite. He will find every reason to get into a trade, even when there is no valid signal. And this is what Bill Lipschutz is referring to here. The point he is trying to get across is to only pick the best setups that come your way. So if you just eliminate those trades, then you will be overall more profitable. I have to say that this is one of my favorite quotes of all time.
However, as William Eckhardt says, there is no point worrying. Your Stop Loss is hit. Everything else is just trade management. Or will you get out of your trade just before the news is released? Or will you reduce your trade size? And many of them even claimed that they did that by trading on their mobile phone.
Trend-following systems are known for their low win rate. For example, a typical trend-following system should have a win rate of about 30 percent. That means out of 10 trades, only 3 on average will be winners.
But that does not mean that trend-following systems are not profitable. On the contrary, they are very profitable. One of the things that many new traders focus on is on a high win percentage. But then, after that, it's all mindset management. Yet most people ignore that —they automatically think they have that last part all figured out, and it's a mistake. The sooner you accept that you sooner you can release your expectations and focus unconditionally on a proven process.
But once you begin seeing it as an impersonal changing phenomenon, you become free. Winning trades, losing trades, fear, greed, sadness, happiness, and eventually your own life. Everything is in a constant flux.
Learn to go through it with stability of mind. A meditation practice helps a lot. Money management, therefore, is key to the process of good trading. Browse By Tag.