by , 05 February 2020

Q. "I want to make the most out of Red Hot Storm Trader and Pickpocket Trader this year. Could you guide me as to what exactly I should whenever you send out a new trade signal?"

A. I have a very simple four step process, you can follow, when you receive a new trading signal through either Red Hot Storm Trader or Pickpocket Trader.

Go through this checklist and you'll find you'll be able to action every trade perfectly going forward…

Here it is:
Step #1:
Read through the email and SMS

Step #2:

How to calculate how many CFDs to trade using the 2% risk rule.

Here are the specifics for the last profitable trade with Red Hot Storm Trader:

Portfolio value: R30,000
Go long Anglo (AGL) CFDs
Entry: R399.27
Stop loss: R386.00

= (Portfolio value x Risk % per trade)
= R30,000 x 2%
= R600

2. No. Of CFDs to trade
= [Risk in trade ÷ (Entry - Stop loss)]
= [R600 ÷ (R399.27 - R386.00)]
= (R600 ÷ R13.27)
= 45 CFDs

This means you would have bought 45 CFDs in this trade.

= Portfolio size: R30,000
= R600 or 60,000c

2. Risk per cent move
= (Risk in trade ÷ (Entry - Stop loss)
= 60,000c ÷ (39,927c - 38,600c)
= 45c = 0.45

In your Spread Trading platform you'll type 0.45 where it says ‘Volume’. ‘Risk per point’, Value or ‘Risk per cent’.

Step #3:

- Search for the market i.e AGL
- Click the 'new order' box
- Choose 'limit order' (to choose your exact entry price as per the email)
- Fill in the trading details including the position size.
- Click 'done' or 'place'

Or, if you're not by your trading platform, you can simply phone your broker to give the above information you gather in step #2 and #2 for them to action the trade for you.

Step #4:
Wait for your next email or SMS

Either you'll receive an email to:

~ Modify your stop loss to lock in a minimum gain
~ An update reminding you about how the trades are performing and what trades are lining up.

Follow each step one by one and actioning a trade with either Red Hot Storm Trader or Pickpocket Trader will get easier and more effortless over time.

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Q. "As you stated in one of the articles Timon, successful trading is about the habits you have and the lifestyle changes you apply to your trading.

If there was one bad habit I should remove, completely from trading this decade, what would you suggest?"

A. If I could only suggest one bad habit to remove this decade, it would have to be avoiding to act to soon with your open trading positions.

This is not only because you're going against your trading strategy, but the fact that you'll set a precedent and create a habit to keep going against your trading strategy in the future.

You’ll find that, there’ll be a time where you no longer follow a trading strategy but make your trading decisions on emotions and feelings.

And as you and I both know, NO SUCCESSFUL trader ever survives through guesswork and emotions.

This is the same for closing your trade for loss, before it hits your risk level (stop loss).

Don't try and save a few bucks by closing your losing trade too early.

You'll find that often the market will make a turn around again and head right back into profit territory.

Not only will you feel regret for acting too soon, but you'll also feel that lurking shame for going against your trading strategy.

I have a simple mantra I say when I feel like closing out my trade too soon.

"An open trade does not mean a profit or a loss until the trade is closed."

This means a losing position can still turn around and end up becoming a winner where it banks you a profit…

Timon Rossolimos,