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How do you avoid the temptation to close a profitable position early?
I am disciplined enough
In view of current chaotic state of the market I deem it reasonable to take the profit and then enter the market again if the tendency persists
I take profit gradually and increment the position if the tendency persists
I use mechanical trading systems to avoid temptation
Do you usually follow price breakthroughs?
Yes, the breakthroughs usually indicate a significant price movement towards the breakthrough
No, the market is subject to frequent false breakthroughs
Only breakthroughs from narrow corridors
Only if confirmed by fundamental news or a corresponding article in Wall Street Journal
Only if not confirmed by fundamental news or a corresponding article in Wall Street Journal
Only breakthroughs accompanied with large volume
Which approach do you use in trading?
Neural networks and other non-linear methods
Advice and market reviews
Purchased trading systems or signal services
News or non-quantifiable data
Before important fundamental news appear, you:
Will use analytical forecasts in order to enter the market and earn on the expected rise/fall
Will enter the market only if your analysis of the situation agrees with analytical surveys
Will enter the market only if analytical surveys agree with technical factors and your analysis of the situation
Will not undertake anything because some traders are already aware of the news and the news is already reflected in prices
Will open a small position with a close stop and will increment it after the market starts to move
Will close all positions
What, in your opinion, is the best association with the market?
Forex, equities or futures trading involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors.
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