1. NEVER add an order if you are still at a loss. Instead, you should find a way out of your position and do not let your mind make your account lose more heavily.

2. Never let a large profitable trade turn into a big losing trade. Traders should learn to manage to trade, protect profits, and manage risks well in order to do this.

3. Trading according to your plan, do not trade arbitrarily, nor trade according to your personal bias or feelings. Only the way you keep the steel discipline, follow the rules so that the transaction is done according to the plan, you will automatically limit bad habits.


4. If a price gap is not filled during the first half-hour on the stock market, it usually continues in the direction where the price gap forms.

5. When the price is traded above the 200-day moving average, the market is in an uptrend. And vice versa, if the price acts below the 200-day moving average, it will indicate that the market is in a downtrend. At the same time, the 200-day moving average also helps traders to identify dynamic support and resistance so they can look for entry setups.

6. Always trade in low-risk, high-return settings, at the same time engage only in well-defined and high-quality strategies.


7. Never accept to lose more than 1% capital for any single transaction. And never accept to lose more than 3% of your total trading order.

8. Traders should buy when the market has confirmation of price momentum or sell when the market shows strong selling pressure. Thus, the success rate will be higher than the bottom-fishing type.

9. In trading stock indices as well as currency pairs, buying when RSI falls below 30 (oversold signal) or selling when RSI is above 70 RSI (overbought signal) on a timeframe Time D1 shows a higher probability of profit as long as Trader knows how to manage risks and increases profits if given the opportunity.

These 9 trading principles are not new to the Trader brothers but extremely necessary. If we can only master these 9 principles, it will help the Trader brothers a lot in capital management as well as maximizing profits.