Learn the essential elements required to start a trading plan and what it takes to be a committed trader. Learn how to use “outcomes” to organize your plan in a way that will really motivate you.
Business Planning For Traders and Investors by Van Tharp,
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- Part 1: How to Start a Trading Plan
Learn the essential elements required to start a trading plan and what it takes to be a committed trader. Learn how to use “outcomes” to organize your plan in a way that will really motivate you. And, learn what questions to ask yourself to ensure that your trading system really fits you and your objectives.
- Part 2: Understand Today’s Markets
Learn what’s going on in today’s markets. Learn about the major trends, how to stay on top of them and how to assess each of them in about 30 seconds each. And learn about some simple methods that will enable you to capitalize on today’s market
- Part 3: Build Discipline into Your Plan
Create a vision and purpose for your trading, plus set yearly quarterly monthly goals, and weekly goals. Learn a top-down approach to discipline that includes daily use of the Top Tasks of Trading, regular journaling, and a healthy lifestyle to get you closer to meeting your objectives.
- Part 4: Create Your Strategy
Learn the key factors that are essential for any system: stops, R-multiples, expectancy and position sizing™ strategies. Learn how to use your vision and objectives to develop a strategy. You will also get a better understanding of the key factors that are part of any strategy and learn some strategies that are working well today.
- Part 5: How to Make Your Plan Work
You need more than just trading systems to create a plan that works for you. Learn about several important systems required for any trading business plan. Learn how to run your trading like a business via a 10-step outline. Discover your personal Financial Freedom Number and how it factors into the cost of trading.
- Part 6: Give Yourself an Edge
Learn some of the key factors that will give you an edge in your trading business plan: personal psychology, commitment, expectancy, position sizing strategies, discipline and worst-case contingency planning. Make sure that you are protected and be sure that your business planning stands out from the crowd.
- Part 7: How Systems Work and Perform Under Various Conditions
Learn about backtesting, program and system analysis and how it can take your trading to the next level. You’ll learn how to get reports that will give you a real edge in trading. The “Know Your System” Analysis covers worst-case drawdowns, losing streaks, expectancy and optimal bet size as well as certain issues that arise with this software including small stops, various market conditions, and correlated positions.
- Part 8: Get a Review and Critique of Your Plan
Dr. Tharp reviews the good points and weaknesses of three trading business plans. Compare your work with other plans submitted to Dr. Tharp following the teleconference series to learn how you can improve on what you are doing.
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