Break Through a Trading Plateau | Trading Psychology

Break Through a Trading Plateau | Trading Psychology



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Today’s Trading Psychology Question is…

“What’s the most effective way to break a trading plateau? I’ve been consistently profitable for a few months now, but I stopped seeing improvement in my trading, and I’m worried if I don’t keep improving because I know I’m stilling missing a lot of moves each day.”

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October 30, 2017 / 2 Comments / by / in
  • Thank you!

  • This is my 25 week plan…I started as if I had a small capital account, because I needed to get used the psychology of making money consistently. I make 5-7 trades in CL each day. I my case I do not need to take money out of my account to live on.
    People could stop anywhere on this chart they were comfortable. Contracts below are the number I traded each time. Income is the weekly goal. Capital again in my case increases, because I do not need to take it out for now. Do not need that amount in week 25 to trade 10 contracts. For me the most important thing has been to slowly build the number of contracts I trade.

    Week Capital Income Total Cap Contracts
    1 $7,500 $3,000 $10,500 2
    2 $10,500 $3,000 $13,500 2
    3 $13,500 $3,000 $16,500 2
    4 $16,500 $5,000 $21,500 3
    5 $21,500 $5,000 $26,500 3
    6 $26,500 $6,000 $32,500 4
    7 $32,500 $6,000 $38,500 4
    8 $38,500 $6,000 $44,500 4
    9 $44,500 $8,000 $52,500 5
    10 $52,500 $8,000 $60,500 5
    11 $60,500 $8,000 $68,500 5
    12 $68,500 $11,250 $79,750 6
    13 $79,750 $11,250 $91,000 6
    14 $91,000 $11,250 $102,250 6
    15 $102,250 $13,125 $115,375 7
    16 $115,375 $13,125 $128,500 7
    17 $128,500 $13,125 $141,625 7
    18 $141,625 $15,000 $156,625 8
    19 $156,625 $15,000 $171,625 8
    20 $171,625 $15,000 $186,625 8
    21 $186,625 $18,750 $205,375 10
    22 $205,375 $18,750 $224,125 10
    23 $224,125 $18,750 $242,875 10
    24 $242,875 $18,750 $261,625 10
    25 $261,625 $18,750 $280,375 10

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