What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

What to do if you missed the opening drive

If you miss an opening drive… LET IT GO.

You don't need to catch EVERY move.

Keep your focus ahead of price.

  • If your read of price is correct, where should it go next?
  • Where will that provide trade opportunity (if at all)?
  • What price movement will be required to validate that assessment?
  • What price movement will invalidate it, requiring reassessment?

Remain focused. There is further opportunity ahead and it will require a clear and objective mind.

You don't need to catch EVERY move.

Lance Beggs

 

Related Articles:

https://yourtradingcoach.com/trading-process-and-strategy/stay-ahead-of-the-aircraft/

https://yourtradingcoach.com/trading-process-and-strategy/staying-ahead-of-price/

Or if you're serious about the idea of keeping awareness and focus ahead of price… https://yourtradingcoach.com/course/ytcpriceactiontrader/


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6 Comments

    1. I know I certainly need reminders over and over and over again. In some ways, I write for myself as much as everyone else! 🙂
      Thanks for your comment. It’s good to know that my writing is having a positive influence for some!
      All the best with your trading,
      Lance

  1. Hi Lance

    Thank you for a very informative communication. I always enjoy reading your writings. I like the way you teach PA, especially for me as a newbie. I wish i could afford your course. I’d love to get something on scalping

    Bonginkosi
    South Africa

  2. Today Also I did this mistake…. though I know this lesson…
    Its a matter of discipline , patience, I feel…

    thanks for this message …

    Zen

    1. Hi Zen,

      Thanks. I’m glad you enjoyed the article. It never ceases to amaze me how often we need to relearn lessons before they really sink in and become an internalised part of our trading. I make mistakes all the time (see my latest facebook post for an example!) 🙂

      All the best,
      Lance

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