BarroMetrics Views: Video 2 Link
Here is link to second video: http://www.barrometrics.com/opening-range-swing-system-video-2/
BTW I am not sure what I do that encourages emails rather than comments. Please do post your comments to the video site or this blog rather than send emails. Thank you.
In yesterday’s video, I made a comment that emotions are a necessary part of the decision-making process. We […]
BarroMetrics Views: Video 2 Link
BarroMetrics Views: Ultimate Video 1
There will be 4 videos over 4 days, starting today:
Here is the first link:
Please do make some comments. This is the first time I have attempted this, and I would love to improve. You will benefit with a improved info next time I do it. But, to improve, I need your help. […]
I have decided to put out a set of 3 videos as a summary on the Ultimate methodology.
I’ll be covering the 3Ms: Mind, money and method in sufficient detail so that all traders should derive some benefit from them.
The videos will be posted on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Details for the videos will be posted […]
BarroMetrics Views: Emotional Blind Spots II
Today, I’ll look at the first question:
“if I have a system that makes money, why won’t that guarantee I become wealthy?”.
My answer is having a robust system is necessary but insufficient to deliver a promise of success.
Trading success is comes from:
Mind x Money x Method
The mind delivers the mindset that […]
BarroMetrics Views: Emotional Blind Spots
I received a very long, and interesting email. The author has asked me not to quote any portion, so I’ll honour the request.
The thrust of the email was to pose the questions:
if I have a system that makes money, why won’t that guarantee I become wealthy?
why do so many players of […]
BarroMetrics Views: S&P 2014-09-24
Figure 1 shows the S&PP threatening to trigger an 18-day Upthrust change in trend from up to down - if we see a bearish conviction close 1988. This close would suggest a move to at least the Primary Buy zone at 1920 to 1909; and normally we’d expect to see the start of […]
BarroMetrics Views: Q&A The Thin Line
Most of the questions can be classified under four headings:
Q1: What is the difference between a discretionary rule-based method and a rule-based method (mechanical system)?
A1: At the most basic level, the difference lies in the addition of one rule for the discretionary rule-based: “follow your trading rules but there will be times […]
BarroMetrics Views: The Thin Line III
The answer today. Let me first give credit to those in Ultimate who have diligently kept their journals (equity and psych, without which it would have been difficult, if not impossible, to track the reasons for the divergence).
Secondly, this is a long blog; so tomorrow, I’ll be answering the questions […]
BarroMetrics Views: The Thin Line II
Let’s recap the context:
We have a diverse results from the application of a rule based discretionary method. We are talking about divergence in positive expectancy i.e. one group had a negative expectancy and another strongly positive.
Both groups can be said to have executed their trading and money management rules on a […]
BarrOMetrics Views: FOMC II
I was going to conclude “The Thin Line” today but the FED decision takes precedence. Besides, I received a flood of emails commenting on the ‘The Thin Line’ that needs to be read. I’ll conclude that piece tomorrow.
Yesterday, the FED tried to have it both ways: it did not drop ‘for a considerable […]
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