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  1. #221
    Hi,

    now was a distinctive trading day.
    Not because it had been 6/6 winners for 100% win rate for the next day in the row, not because all entries have been done as singles both days, not because I left great pips.
    It was unique because it began with a small cake out of my son in the morning, along with also a happy birthday song from my wife.
    ProfitFarmer currently is officially 42 years old (also according to my original birth place timezone and the time of birth too!)
    Of course I am glad that the market took simple on me, also made the day even better ( 0.34% now).

    happy trading!

  2. #222
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi all, today was a special trading day. Not really because it was 6/6 winners for 100% win rate for the next day in the row, but not since all entries were performed as singles equally days, not since I made great pips. It was special because it began out of a birthday song from my wife, and my son in the morning with a cake. ProfitFarmer now is officially 42 years old (also according to my original birth loion timezone and the time of birth also!) Of course I am happy that the market took simple on me, and made the day even better ( 0.34% now)....
    Congratulations, on both things!

  3. #223
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi all, today was a special trading day. Not because it was 6/6 winners for 100% win rate for the next day in the row, but not since all entries were performed as singles both days, not since I made great pips. It was special because it started out of a happy birthday song from my spouse, and my son in the morning with a little cake. ProfitFarmer now is officially 42 years old (also according to my first birth place timezone and the time of birth also!) Of course I am happy that the market took simple on me, and made the day much better ( 0.34% now)....
    Happy birthday PF

  4. #224
    Birthday PF! Have a wonderful party with your profits!

  5. #225
    xe
    Guest
    Ah, ah following your journey is highly eduional, and icing on the cake, your posts are always entertaining :0))

    Bon Anniversaire then , and that I want you to keep this up with the green pips.

    Cheers,
    J-F

  6. #226
    The week isnt over yet, although weekend is currently getting closer.
    However, some days just not that suitable for one's trading fashion compared to many others.
    And once in a while it isnt that difficult to see it.
    Today was one such moment.

    As said earlier, I trade reversals.
    It is simple enough concept, together with basically 1 main prerequisite: the price need to move some prior to a reversal can be anticipated and traded.
    London open passed and came, and out of all the 14 pairs I track as usual defendant to scalp, just 1 pair get a decent move compare to its ADR (EN).
    When circumstances arent perfect, the best to maneuver.
    what to do?
    Today it had been cinema something I assured for my son a week...



    came back, and GJ was perfect. And I was individual, but allow myself shaken somewhat early, even though promised myself to wait patiently. . .and waited more than normal, 9 pips
    looks like that is for today. Good for 0.11%.
    A Friday left.

    happy trading!

  7. #227

  8. #228
    one particular memorable Friday!!

    It will probably be one I remember forever.
    Not since the trading has been outstanding.
    I managed to do only one entry, GJ, for 0.05%.

    Not since the trading week was outstanding, at 0.8% it had been an OK week, although not a great one.

    Not since now it is the first day of Songkran, the Thai New Year (year 2561).

    And not because this evening due the heavy rain we'd both a two hours blackout that not only involved the power but also the cellphone lines to deliver any opportunity to exchange for an entire stop. ( and there was a few excellent chances, though there'll be another transactions following week, for certain).

    Now is memorable for me due to a scorpion.

    living countryside has many perks, and drawbacks alike, such as the wildlife of insects, ants, wasps, bees, snakes, and scorpions too.

    Nicely, now, first time ever I got stung by a single scorpion.
    For those who didnt experience this however, I can let it first hand:
    it is pain like hell!!
    An approx 4 cm long baby you has to slip in the space below the door. ( yes once in a while we get the big ones too that are more like hands dimensions and piano black)
    it isnt initially, generally we place it without accident and they get dealt with on a no prisoners taken way quickly.
    This one somehow made it under my computer desk and me sitting down not viewing it, was enough to get in trouble.
    The pain was almost instantaneous and searing! Damn, such a small monster packed with a punch.
    It had been my 2nd toe, and I could tell 6 hours later the pain is still very intense.
    While it get my revenge, I feel that the success.
    A few of you may be into creature right, and shield every moscitoes, and that is fine.
    My principle is straightforward: 30m circle round my property is warzone. without merci. Any snake buys etc are safe as long as they keep from the circle.
    These arent, particularly the aggressive one such as this has zero opportunity to live.
    It is life of departure!
    We receive a couple snakes 'injuries' also every calendar year, and no I dont ever cease to google first if it is a tree snake or even a spitting cobra.
    It is similar to scalping, fast in and out, but using a machete. Only cut everything short.

    On a happier note, half of this month is over today, and up about 2 percent. . .looking forward what the other half attracts.
    The drawdown isnt gone, but it is a slow steady recovery in the past five months or so, with no high risk and exceptionally low drawdown trading since the start of March.

    happy weekend!

  9. #229
    xe
    Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Ah, ah following your travel is highly enlightening, and icing on the cake, your posts are always entertaining :0))
    Business as usual: stung by a scorpion, what else!!!
    Talk about entertaining ;0)))))

    Have a good hopefully not too painful from the toe week end!!
    Cheers,
    J-F

  10. #230
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Company as usual: stung by a scorpion, what else!!! Discuss entertaining ;0))))) Have a good hopefully not too painful in the toe week end!! Cheers, J-F
    who scorpion was anything but enjoyable for me
    back to regular, can confirm that approx 20 hours it took, however today it's good as new.
    Trust me, today I will more often look under my table before sit down.

    After about a year and a half ago my wife and son had sitting at the kitchen eating breakfast when sensed something strange down. . .that was a snake.
    I awakened for the scre I believed the house is on fire!
    Me hunting the snake round the kitchen ( and mind you, being around the country side this is a large enough kitchen of approximately 25 m2) half asleep and half and dreaming pushed by adrenaline. . .that was funny thinking back.

    With scorpions is obviously straightforward: they all can bite you.
    With snakes, it's bit more like russian roulette: some is benign and scared over you, some a fricking cobra that may send you to hospital straight away, or worse.
    We are leading so much in the war, household vs critters....our accidents 1 1 scorpion in the scorpions (wife some time back) and 1 to a spitting cobra (also spouse, who was a hospital trip and some significant vision problems for several days)

    trading is similar to a war also, but feel a lot more humanist somehow.
    no killing involved. ( interesting fact: my wife is a believing Buddhist, but maybe cos her adventures she doesnt have another thought killing critters attacking us).
    But trading nevertheless is a war!
    You against someone. Someone against you.
    And just no idea that which is on the other side of this transaction up against you!
    Your wits vs. the unidentified enemy.
    That is a true challenge to handle.
    But entertaining also.

    happy weekend!

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