Watch as ClayTrader presents a Stock Trading Quick Tip. In this tip ClayTrader touches on “The Math Trap” a simple concept that is often overlooked when lear…
Do you need to know advanced mathematics to be able to trade or can you do
it with economics and regular AP maths?
P.S with that logic (in the video) would that mean it would be safer to
short a stock?
maybe if we can give enough Thumbs Down Clay Trader will just go away !
If you buy 1 share at 10 and it goes to 5 and you sell. you loose 5$. If
you buy 1 share at 5$ and it goes to 10$ and you sell you make 5$… I
don’t quite understand
Very neatly explained ..
Great tip Clay. That’s why it so important to lock in some gains
immediately to insure you you pay yourself while your trade plays out
according to your plan for that trade.
That Old Thig
Very good explanation.
How many people are stupid enough not to ask what if the stock went to 20?
I don’t want to say anything bad here, but I am very disappointed with
this video. That’s not fair math. You are not risking the same at 5 than
you are at 10. Come on man.
Just For Kids
I don’t get it?
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Good thing I noticed that before I start trading
– thanks, lee a
Hey Clay I’m not sure if I understand the point exactly but in order for
you to break even the price will have to travel the exactly same distance
but it will need double the energy to go back to the initial point, this
would be more on the side of the physics than math ( math is just a tool)
Not the first time I’ve seen this, but when I learned this concept in other
trading material it was enlightening. Gives more light to why you want to
keep your losses small and protect your principal. The greater the loss,
the more you must make on future trades to break even.
is the money still there?
By the way I love your videos!