After my recent post, the markets have been hectic.
All I’ve done whilst trading is monitor myself, my emotional connection, scrutinising every reaction…. it seems to be paying off.
This last week I seem to have returned to form as it were! Saturday was fun. While I didn’t do a huge amount for the day, everything started to click into place. It made me think of previous days trading. I’m not sure if it’s the same for everyone? but often I might trade from say 2pm – 5pm and from 2 – 4 it’s a bit of a grind and then suddenly the last hour I make the most I have for the whole day?!
I mean the later races are not exactly better from a liquidity perspective… and all I can think is it’s a mental thing.
To show you what I mean here’s my diary entry for last Saturday;
Sat 5th March
Hopefully next week will be just as eventful on my build up to Cheltenham. I’ve booked the week off to trade purely: something I’m also very aware about (going into Cheltenham is not to have any expectations as Sam Wilson posted about on his last blog post). Doing this would just end in tears – in the mean time I’m just gonna carry on slogging away doing as many US races as possible. It helps scoop some extra cash, that’s starting to help as well!