1. Study past price action to get a glimpse of market movement, how it transitions from uptrend to downtrend, and from strong volatility to accumulation. Use this information to gradually form a trading system.

2. Check the system's signals in the past to see if they have an advantage in the past.

3. Never trade on emotions, news, opinions from others. Only trading according to the system's signals has an advantage over other traders.


4. Keep your losses small with a stop loss that suits the system. Set a stop loss that is neither too wide nor too tight, so that the order must automatically exit on a false reading, and can survive normal price movements.

5. When there is no reason to exit the order, hold the order until the price moves to the take profit target, do it continuously to make the orders win as big as possible.


6. Use a trailing stop to lock in your open profit when there is a winning trade to avoid returning profits to the market. Some systems can trailing stops continuously until the price reverses without taking profits, the strength is that there will be large winning orders, but the disadvantage is that there will be many orders that return a part of the profits to the market.

7. Make sure your profit/loss ratio is at least 1:2 from the entry point, to be able to make at least twice as much money on 1 winning trade as losing on 1 losing trade. With 1:2 ratio in the long term will still be profitable with 50% winrate.

8. Take the path of least resistance. Follow the direction of momentum and trend on the chart. Don't go against it.


9. Train and become an expert in using your trading strategy and understand it like the palm of your hand. Build trust in the system so that you can still trade calmly when facing a series of losing orders.

10. Volume trading helps you survive a losing streak and avoid bankruptcy. Your advantage takes time to work, give it more time by trading smaller.