I think Brett Steenbarger writes one of the best trading blogs.I first learned of him through Linda Raschke, and now keep up with his posts through www.finviz.com . He’s an especiallygreat writer on trading psychology.He had a great post this morning on optimizing trading performance across multiple timeframes. This paragraph really stood out to me:

In such a regime, the long-term success of the method would be almost wholly dependent upon the trader’s ability to recognize periods of outperformance and maximize those and recognize periods of underperformance and minimize those. It could be argued that the mechanical accuracy of the trading method would be less important to long-term success than the trader’s ability to adapt to market shifts with risk management that takes maximum advantage of periods of valid signals and minimizes risk during periods of invalid ones.

You can read his whole post here


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