In the late '70s, Peter Brandt emptied his trading accounts several times. He'd lose a string of trades, then refund his account, then "wipe out" all over again.
But he persisted because he knew he was meant for a trading career. His determination paid off.
In 1982, a currency chart "sang a song" for Brandt. By that time he had saved his earnings and supplied his trading account with a healthy sum. Continue reading "How Does a Trader Who Runs from Risk Achieve THIS Track Record?"