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  • So we go in at 48 we set our stop loss.

    所以我們在48點進場,設置止損。

  • I realized for you you're not buying but if this was a bi level for you, your stop loss would probably be pending on how much portfolio.

    我意識到對你來說,你並沒有買入,但如果這是你的一個偏向水準,你的止損可能將取決於多少投資組合。

  • Want to lose a couple grand below, for example profit taking.

    想在下面損失幾千塊,比如說獲利。

  • How do you go into looking at it?

    你是如何去看的?

  • Do you average out the profit taking or and again it probably varies, but what's a basic way of thinking about it?

    你是否將獲利平均化,或者再次可能是不同的,但有什麼基本的思考方式?

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • I I personally believe in averaging and averaging out of positions, right?

    我我個人相信平均和平均出倉,對嗎?

  • Because I think that every lot less stress when you have less on the table, but even if it's the full amount that you plan to and you're totally comfortable with that, every time you tell a little bit, take a little bit of profit, you reduce some of the stress on that position.

    因為我認為,當你桌子上的東西較少時,壓力就會小很多,但即使是你計劃的全部金額,而且你完全可以接受,每當你告訴一點,拿一點利潤,你就會減少該位置上的一些壓力。

  • Um And like I said, We all talk about lines on charts, maybe 42 grand, but that's kind of 42, Right?

    就像我說的,我們都在談論圖表上的線條,也許是4.2萬,但這是一種4.2,對嗎?

  • So it's sort of a zone.

    所以這算是一個區域。

  • So what I'll do if I'm looking to enter is I'm bidding that entire area, You know, 5 to 10 different bids spread out rarely do I feel the whole position because usually it doesn't get all the way down to the lowest ones.

    是以,如果我想進入的話,我會做的是對整個區域進行競價,你知道,5到10個不同的競價分散開來,很少會去感受整個位置,因為通常不會一直到最低的位置。

  • But if it does awesome, right?

    但如果它確實很厲害,對嗎?

  • Um So I'll do the same thing on the way out.

    嗯,所以我在離開的時候也會做同樣的事情。

  • It can be using Fibonacci retrain, it doesn't matter what your strategy is.

    可以使用斐波那契再培訓,你的策略是什麼並不重要。

  • Fibonacci retracement drawn, horizontal resistance levels that you like.

    繪製的斐波那契回撤線,你喜歡的水準阻力位。

  • That's what I usually do.

    這就是我通常所做的。

  • It can be just mathematical every 10% I'm taking 15% off the table, you know, every 10% rise, whatever it is, but every time you take a little profit on the way up, you kind of reduce the stress of your next decision.

    它可以只是數學上的每10%我就拿下15%,你知道,每上升10%,不管它是什麼,但每當你在上升過程中拿下一點利潤,你就會減少你下一個決定的壓力。

  • And I think that a lot of the mistakes that we talked about already earlier is because people view every position is binary, I got in all of it at this price, this is my target.

    我認為,我們之前已經談到的很多錯誤是因為人們認為每個位置都是二進制的,我在這個價格上全部進入,這是我的目標。

  • I'm selling it all well if you sell it all, that's when you foma backed in because it goes higher.

    我把它全部賣掉好了,如果你把它全部賣掉,那就是你福馬的時候,因為它走得更高。

  • But if you still have 50% of the table or 30% of the position, you have the upside if there is more of a runner in that trade for me because crypto has such outsized gains.

    但如果你仍然有50%的表或30%的倉位,你就有上升的空間,如果對我來說該交易有更多的運行者,因為加密貨幣有如此大的收益。

  • You know, I used to trade stocks and if I made 1020% of the year, I'd be super psyched now in crypto, people feel like if they didn't make 10% 20 minutes after they entered that it's a it's a loss.

    你知道,我以前做股票交易,如果我一年賺了1020%,我就會超級興奮,現在在加密貨幣中,人們覺得如果他們進入後20分鐘沒有賺到10%,那就是一個損失。

  • Um but so you have these 10 20 X 100 X moves depending on how long you've been here and what you grab, I love to take the last 10 20% of a position and moving into my investment portfolio and never look at it again, just in case it's an utter Moonshot and a couple of years later I come back and that has turned into a, you know, a significant player in my portfolio.

    嗯,但是,所以你有這些10 20 X 100 X的動作,取決於你在這裡的時間有多長,以及你抓住了什麼,我喜歡把一個位置的最後10 20%和移動到我的投資組合中,再也不看它,以防它是一個徹底的月球,幾年後我回來,這已經變成了一個,你知道,我的投資組合中的一個重要角色。

  • So sometimes I never exit the entire position if I have some of the houses monies left that I can ride.

    所以有時我從不退出整個頭寸,如果我還有一些房子的錢可以騎。

  • That's super helpful.

    那是超級有幫助的。

  • I guess last question about kind of stop losses and profit taking, Do you believe that once the trade becomes profitable or reasonably profitable, you should always make sure that that's a profitable trade with marketing.

    我想關於止損和獲利的最後一個問題,你是否認為一旦交易變得有利可圖或合理地有利可圖,你應該始終確保那是一個有利可圖的交易與營銷。

  • So that means you'll adjust your stop loss up with it.

    是以,這意味著你要把你的止損也調整上去。

  • Uh This is the only time I'll change my stop losses into profit.

    呃 這是我唯一一次將止損改成盈利。

  • Never down well, you know, unless you're shorting of course, but uh, is to move your stop loss into profit at a certain level.

    永遠不要下跌,你知道,除非你在做空,當然,但呃,是把你的止損移到某個水準的利潤。

  • And that can also, somewhat we managed with profit taking right?

    這也可以,有點我們管理與獲利的權利?

  • You take a little bit of profit now, even as you move, even if you kept your stop loss, your, you've reduced your risk and you're going to take a smaller loss if it drops but generally depends on the chart.

    你現在拿一點利潤,即使在你移動的時候,即使你保持了你的止損,你的,你已經減少了你的風險,如果它下跌,你將採取較小的損失,但一般取決於圖表。

  • If you've broken a key resistance level, flipped it to support, will now move my stop loss up as if I was taking the trade at that level as opposed to the level below.

    如果你已經突破了一個關鍵的阻力位,將其翻轉為支撐位,現在將把我的止損上移,就像我在該水準進行交易一樣,而不是在下面的水準。

  • So I give myself a few percent below that new support.

    所以我給自己在這個新的支撐點下面加了幾個百分點。

  • Uh, and sometimes I'll have measured stop losses as well.

    呃,有時我也會有計量的止損。

  • I'll keep some of the stop loss where it was, I'll move up some of the stop loss, I'll take a little profit.

    我將保持原來的一些止損,我將上調一些止損,我將獲取一點利潤。

  • It's a lot of management and you should have that generally planned in advance.

    這是一個很大的管理,你應該提前做好這個大致的計劃。

  • Um, but yeah, there's a, there's a lot of ways to skin this cat, but there's nothing worse than turning a major potential win into, uh, full loss.

    嗯,但是,是的,有一個,有很多方法來剝這隻貓的皮,但沒有什麼比把一個主要的潛在勝利變成,呃,完全失敗更糟糕的了。

  • And that's what happens to a lot of people if you don't take profit and you see it, rock it back down and fully stop out.

    而這就是很多人的遭遇,如果你不獲利,你看到它,就會搖搖晃晃地回落,完全停掉。

  • So I don't necessarily think you should move it right to your entry because you know, you want to get some profits, maybe a little bit above your entry lock in some profits and then you're no stress.

    所以我不一定認為你應該把它移到你的入口處,因為你知道,你想獲得一些利潤,也許比你的入口處高一點,鎖定一些利潤,然後你就沒有壓力了。

  • All right, That's super helpful.

    好的,這對我們有很大的幫助。

  • I want to ask you about news, the media, how you consume news or make sure you don't consume news because that's important these days too.

    我想問你關於新聞、媒體、你如何消費新聞或確保你不消費新聞的問題,因為這些天這也很重要。

  • But before we do, you mentioned charts a lot and it sounds like you look at them a lot.

    但在這之前,你經常提到圖表,聽起來你經常看圖表。

  • Well, you look at them somewhat and maybe you can talk about how people should engage with charts, especially people new to the market who probably never seen a chart before and some of them get really complicated.

    好吧,你多少看一下,也許你可以談談人們應該如何接觸圖表,特別是剛進入市場的人,他們可能以前從未見過圖表,有些圖表變得非常複雜。

  • First of all, does a trader need to look at charts at all.

    首先,一個交易員是否需要看圖表。

  • Second of all, can you go down the chart rabbit hole and never come back out.

    其次,你能不能走到圖表的兔子洞裡,然後再也不出來。

  • Um, And third of all, what's the middle ground and does that vary by person?

    嗯,第三,什麼是中間地帶,這是否因人而異?

  • I think the middle ground is probably the most sensible and that it varies by person sort of as you touched on.

    我認為中間地帶可能是最明智的,而且正如你所提到的那樣因人而異。

  • So I have friends who are equity researchers and had hedge funds, uh, you know, they're not necessarily executing trades are looking for levels, but who basically trade for a living and have never looked at a chart in their lives, right.

    所以我有一些朋友是股票研究員,有對沖基金,呃,你知道,他們不一定是在執行交易,而是在尋找水準,但他們基本上是以交易為生,一生中從未看過圖表,對吧。

  • They're analyzing the fundamentals of the company, they're listening to the quarterly earnings call, they're deciding whether this is a fundamentally strong position and buying accordingly or selling if they believe that it's not, never look at a chart.

    他們在分析公司的基本面,他們在聽季度財報電話,他們在決定這是否是一個基本面強勁的頭寸,並據此買入或在他們認為不是的情況下賣出,從不看圖表。

  • So there are plenty of people who are incredible fundamental analysts and trade that way.

    是以,有很多人是令人難以置信的基本面分析家,並以這種方式進行交易。

  • You know, I think most people who are traders, especially if you're trading on any lower timeframe below the weekly, monthly um, do look at a chart and then once you dive into looking at charts, there are a million ways to do it.

    你知道,我認為大多數做交易的人,特別是如果你在周線、月線以下的任何較低的時間框架上進行交易嗯,確實要看圖表,然後一旦你潛心看圖表,有一百萬種方法可以做。

  • I can tell you that in my early years, I like to joke that if you look at one of my charts, it looked like you were on acid at a pink Floyd laser light show or something.

    我可以告訴你,在我早年的時候,我喜歡開玩笑說,如果你看我的一張圖表,它看起來就像你在粉紅弗洛伊德的激光燈表演或其他地方嗑藥。

  • There were so many lines and colors on this chart and indicators.

    這個圖表和指標上有許多線條和顏色。

  • And with time, the more you do it, the more you realize, as I said, you're just looking at human emotion and trying to make very simple decisions and your charts become very, very clean, right?

    隨著時間的推移,你做得越多,你就越意識到,正如我所說的,你只是在看人類的情感,並試圖做出非常簡單的決定,你的圖表變得非常、非常乾淨,對嗎?

  • You have a couple of lines, you make your decisions based on that.

    你有幾條線,你在此基礎上做決定。

  • I think most, it's really important to note that most people who have gotten wealthier markets since they've existed, not only have they never looked at a chart, they probably don't know that charge exists, right, The wealthiest investors in the world have found good assets, they've used money that they don't need to take out to buy them and have waited most of their lifetime and gotten rich right.

    我認為大多數,真正重要的是要注意到,自從有了市場,大多數人得到了更多的財富,他們不僅沒有看過圖表,他們可能不知道收費的存在,對嗎? 世界上最富有的投資者找到了好的資產,他們用不需要拿出來的錢來買,等了大半輩子,得到了財富,對嗎?

  • And it's such an important distinction because you get into trading and you think you need to know the exits and the entries and you've got to find that and learn how to chart.

    這是一個非常重要的區別,因為你進入交易,你認為你需要知道出口和入口,你必須找到這一點並學習如何繪製圖表。

  • And none of that really matters if you're patient and you picked the right horse.

    如果你有耐心,選對了馬,這些都不重要。

So we go in at 48 we set our stop loss.

所以我們在48點進場,設置止損。

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