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  60‧Major trends are seldom broken unless market goes against trend for more than 3 consecutive days‧
  61‧If a market doesn't do what you think it should and you're tired of waiting,you'd better be out of it‧
  62‧Stay calm and maintain clear thinking when trading big positions‧
  63‧Reevaluate your position in the market if charts have deteriorated and fundamentals have not developed as you expected‧
  64‧Above all be mentally prepared for the rigors of each trading day from the time you get up each morning until you go to bed at night‧
  65‧Do whatever is necessary to stay on top of the markets you are trading‧
  66‧Believe that the market is stronger than you are‧Do not try to fight the market‧
  67‧Beware of large positions that can control your emotions and feelings‧In other words don't be overly aggressive with the market‧Treat it gently by allowing your equity to grow steadily rather than in bursts‧
  68‧Capital preservation is just as important as capital appreciation‧
  69‧When a market's gotten away and you've missed the first leg you should still consider jumping in even if it is dangerous and difficult‧
  70‧Work hard at understanding the key factor(s)motivating the market(s)you are trading‧In other words,the harder you work the luckier you'll be‧
  71‧Remember that it's better to trade a few big moves a year(and close them out profitably)than to trade constantly‧
  72‧Set an objective for each trade you enter and get out when you meet it‧Don't be greedy!
  73‧Remember that for many commodities,politics are more important than economics‧
  74‧Never add to a losing position‧
  75‧Beware of trying to pick tops or bottoms‧
  76‧Worry about how much you can lose‧Figure risk reward ratio ahead of trade‧Strive for at least 3x potential profit vs‧loss‧
  77‧If it appears that lots of bulls are long,be nervous!
  78‧If you have a good lead in the market and all the news seems too good to be true you'd better take profits‧
  79‧The news always follows the market‧
  80‧There is only one side to the market;and it is not the bull side or the bear side,but the right side‧
  81‧A man must believe in himself and his judgment if he expects to make a living at this game‧
  82‧It is the big swing that makes the big money for you‧“It was never my wishing that made the big money for me‧It was always my sitting tight‧”Men who can both be right and sit tight are uncommon‧The market does not beat them‧They beat themselves‧You must have the courage of your convictions and the intelligent patience to sit tight‧
  83‧To buy on a rising market is a most comfortable way of buying‧Buy on a scale up‧Sell on a scale down‧
  84‧Commodities are never too high to begin buying or too low to begin selling‧But after the initial transaction,don't make a second unless the first shows a profit‧
  85‧Realize that the big money comes in the big swing‧Whatever might seem to give a big swing,its initial impulse,the fact is that no 管理会计师ter who opposes it,the swing must inevitably run as far and as fast and as long as the impelling forces determine‧
  86‧In the long run,commodity prices are governed but by one law,the economic law of demand and supply‧
  87‧A loss never bothers me after I take it‧I forget it overnight‧But being wrong and not taking the loss,that is what does the damage to the pocket book and to the soul‧
  88‧It is profitable to study your mistakes‧
  89‧Of all speculative blunders,there are few greater than selling what shows a profit and keeping what shows a loss‧
  90‧Nothing is new in commodities!The game does not change and neither does human nature‧
  91‧In a bear market,it is always wise to cover if complete demoralization suddenly develops‧
  92‧The principles of successful commodity speculation is based on the supposition that people will continue in the future to make the mistakes that they have made in the past‧
  93‧In a bull market and particularly in booms,the public at first makes money,which it later looses simply by overstaying the bull market‧
  94‧A bull market needs to be fed every day,a bear market only once a week‧
  95‧Never underesti管理会计师e how much time is necessary to wash out a market that is long‧
  96‧Never buy the first rally and never sell the first break‧
  97‧Be advised that it is better to be more interested in the market's reaction to new infor管理会计师ion than in the piece of news itself‧
  98‧Don't diversify,concentrate on a few commodities‧More diversity reduces amount you can speculate with‧Also too much to watch‧
  99‧Don't pioneer highs or lows‧Let the market tell you a high or low has been made‧
  100‧Keep some perspective‧Trees don't grow to the sky‧values don't go to zero‧What are histories and recent highs and lows,Loan levels,Loans are not necessarily price floors‧CCC selling prices aren't necessarily price ceilings‧
  101‧“If you get in on Jones'tip;get out on Jones'tip”‧If you are riding another person's idea,ride it all the way‧
  102‧Run early or not at all‧Don't be an eleven o'clock bull or a five o'clock bear‧
  103‧Woodrow Wilson said,“a governments first priority is to organize the common interest against special interests”‧Successful traders seek out market opportunities capitalizing on the reality that government's first priority is rarely achieved‧
  104‧People who buy headlines eventually end up selling newspapers‧
  105‧If you do not know who you are,the market is an expensive place to find out‧
  106‧Never give advice─the smart don't need it and the stupid don't heed it‧
  107‧Disregard all prognostications‧In the world of money,which is a world shaped by human behavior,nobody has the foggiest notion of what will happen in the future‧Mark that word─nobody!Thus the successful trader bases no moves on what supposedly will happen but reacts instead to what does happen‧
  108‧Worry is not a sickness but a sign of health‧If you are not worried,you are not risking enough‧
  109‧Except in unusual circumstances,get in the habit of taking your profit too soon‧Don't torment yourself if a trade continues winning without you‧Chances are it won't continue long‧If it does console yourself by thinking of all the times when liquidating early preserved gains you would otherwise have lost‧
  110‧When the ship starts to sink,don't pray─jump!
  111‧Life never happens in a straight line‧Any adult knows this‧But we can too easily be hypnotized into forgetting it when contemplating a chart‧Beware of the chartist's illusion‧
  112‧Optimism means expecting the best,but confidence means knowing how you will handle the worst‧Never make a move if you are merely optimistic‧
  113‧Whatever you do,whether you bet with the herd or against,think it through independently first‧
  114‧Repeatedly reevaluate your open positions‧Keep asking yourself:would I put my money into this if it were presented to me for the first time today?Is this trade progressing toward the ending position I envisioned?
  115‧It is a safe bet that the money lost by(short term)speculation is small compared with the gigantic sums lost by those who let their investments“ride”‧Long term investors are the biggest gamblers as after they make a trade they often times stay with it and end up losing it all‧The intelligent trader will‧By acting promptly─hold losses to a minimum‧
  116‧As a rule of thumb good trend lines should touch at least three previous highs or lows‧The more points the line catches,the better the line‧
  117‧Volume and open interest are as important to the technician as price‧
  118.The clearest and easiest way to determine a trend is from previous highs and lows.Higher highs and higher lows mark an uptrend,lower highs and lower lows mark a downtrend.
  119.Don't sell a quiet market after a fall because a low volume sell-off is actually a very bullish situation.
  120.Prices are made in the minds of men,not in the soybean field:fear and greed can temporarily drive prices far beyond their so called real value.
  121.When the market breaks through a weekly or monthly high,it is a buy signal.When it breaks through the previous weekly or monthly low,it is a sell signal.
  122.Every sunken ship has a chart.
  123.Take a trading break.A break will give you a detached view of the market and a fresh look at yourself and the way you want to trade for the next several weeks.
  124.Assimilate into your very bones a set of trading rules that works for you.