Well it doesn’t get more unique than this, in the trading world!
Jim Bartelloni (aka Bart) an ex-Top Gun pilot (yes, you’ll hear his thoughts on the original Top Gun movie in the show), turned his hand to trading and stumbled down one hell of a rabbit hole. You’ll see that results of that rabbit hole excursion in the chart breakdown we did after the show. Let’s just say it involves moon phases, measured moves and a physical compass… yes, he actually has one that he uses for his charting!
On top of all this uniqueness, Bart gives you a bunch of good advice from his 10+ years in the markets, that you can implement in your own trading.
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[27:20] Stopping yourself out of your personal stop loss is mentally worse than any dollar amount that you can lose.
[27:30] You never want to mentally stop yourself out so whatever position you think you want to do, take half off.
[34:56] If you can figure out where you are in the dance, you’re going to be able to manage your risk well.
[36:27] Lengthen you time, minimize the size of your position, and just learn some basic technical analysis.
[37:25] Get your mind right that you’re going to lose money.
[38:56] You’re not going to make any money until these patterns become yours.
[39:12] You need to trust your edge and you need to trust the fact that your edge is not going to be right 100% of the time.
[47:47] Elliott Wave is great. Learn the correction.
[57:53] Pick up multiple people, multiple different types of techniques but also you need to have your own and keep it simple.