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Trade Management: Entries, Exits, Risk Reward Calculations and Stops

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What role does trade management play in your trading? Francis Hunt a technical analysis trader and coach comments on trade management, trade entries and exits, risk reward calculations and stops. In trade management is when you've just entered a trade and that's the part when you're least stable psychologically. Comment on the hunt for stability in trading. How can one plan trade entries and exits? How to set stop losses and targets? Why are trailing stops not a trading strategy? How important is it to look at Risk to Reward calculations? If you've found this video useful, please click the like button and share it with your friends and remember to SUBSCRIBE to remain up-to-date! managing trades
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HowToExcel (3 days ago)
That way it's easy to take small losses, (Your RISK). Anyone can take profits.
HowToExcel (3 days ago)
You need to focus more on your RISK and not on your reward because you don't know exactly what your reward will be. It might not even reach it. You must only focus on the worst possible scenario on every trade you make, no matter how good it looks.
HowToExcel (3 days ago)
If I was never in the green right from the start, then I will just let it hit my STOP.
HowToExcel (3 days ago)
If I see that the trade is looking weak before my 2:1 Reward/Risk, then I will probably take my profit before I end up at breakeven (NOTHING).
HowToExcel (3 days ago)
The problem with Risk/Reward with 90% of retail traders is this.......You only know your $ loss and NOT your exact $ Reward. (FACT)
Browne Bull (2 months ago)
This guy knows his stuff.
Managing risk is the toughest thing in trading
Greg Pamplona (5 months ago)
Wow! What a great coaching!
Anton-Jari Desai-Paulden (7 months ago)
Very informative and sobering. Thanks!
Shogun KicksButt (11 months ago)
Couldn't one improve one's chances by using your take profit as your trailing stop? Is there something I am missing? (sorry still a noob may be a noob question idk)
Ovbioise James (1 year ago)
Hi what platform will you suggest for trading. Thanks. Email james.james.mails@gmail.com
UKspreadbetting (1 year ago)
InterTrader - they are always market neutral and don't take positions against clients -> http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/intertrader/intertrader.html
Robert Schuster (1 year ago)
Brilliant hes telling me lots i have done correct and lots more to learn.
Livius Nambili (1 year ago)
trader who understands human psychology.......deadly
yasser abdelhalim (1 year ago)
he is over qualified for those questions .
beverly0686 (1 year ago)
I would love a mentor like him.
Simple Mind (1 year ago)
I've never understood that trailing stop and have never used it...the word states it 'trailing your stops' lol
davefxfox (2 years ago)
Thanks for nailing the risk reward importance..........
francesco arbia (2 years ago)
all the tools in trading the markets, are essentially a waste of time, unable, useless. you might as well use a cristall ball to try and predict the future. what we do in real life is to place a bet on the market, i repeat , we place a bet, we can speculate, with our vews and beliefs but we have no control what so ever in any shape or form on the outcome of the bet. we cling to indicators and lots of screens, to please our psyche, so when we do get a bet, we have the illusion that it was because we are intelligent traders. when in reality we were just lucky. the only skill we can be proud to posses is : the tecnical part of the bet, the money management, how we enter and how we exit ,the risk reward aspect of the bet .there is no good traders, there is just sensible traders. the day you understand what you are actually doing "trading" is the day you will start to make money.
Chur (1 year ago)
No shit sherlock
Sihle Maboe (1 year ago)
You nailed it
Allan Abramoff (2 years ago)
Incredible insight, thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge. I wish I had watched this two days ago!
JA L (2 years ago)
I like this guy, he looks like a gangster, but the calm kind who never yells. He scares you with how calm he is.
MrC0MPUT3R (1 year ago)
"I'm gonna offer him a trade he can't refuse."
A to Z Rent a Car (2 years ago)
trade the markets...dont trade your P&L
Redbullish TT (2 years ago)
+Azhar Abbas trade markets while properly managing our P&L

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