The goal of any trader is to let the next trade be a good one. Profitable Trading is the inevitable result of having a continuous chain of good deals over time. A good trade is one that has a good equity/risk ratio right from the entry point when you measure your stop loss and take the profit range. Every trade must end up with a big win or a small loss (or break even) in order to have theoretical profits. If you repeatedly repeat the following trading results: big win, small win, small loss, break-even, without any big losing order, profit will come automatically. That is the divine recipe for sure to make a profit.

Your goal must be to continuously improve your trading ability to make small losses and big wins. Each trade, whether you win or lose, will give you a lesson to do better in the next transaction.

One of the best advances a trader should make right away is to stop trading too large. If you want to make a profit, you have to do it slowly and steadily. Don't expect to get rich after just a few orders. The power of steady small win orders combined with compound interest is very powerful. If a large order can help you get rich quickly, it can also make you bankrupt. Let's trade so that each trade is only 1 trade in your next 100 trades, and none of them can make you bankrupt, but the combination of that many trades can bring you profits.


A trading diary can help you analyze and evaluate both good and bad trades as well as your psychological mistakes in the process of entering and exiting orders. To improve your trading ability after each transaction, you need to evaluate the ability to trade in the past, and nothing is better than the trading log when it is necessary to evaluate the trading performance.

Once you have a trading system that has a proven advantage, the best way to trade it is to remove the psychological element from the entry process. The biggest mistake many traders make is not setting a stop loss or trading too big. Traders will trade large volumes if they are convinced that the next trade will win, while the probability of any trade is only 50%. Excluding these high-volume orders, the trader can last a long time in the market.