Emphasis on risk management first.
Maintain even-temperament and dispassionate trading.
Follow rules to avoid common pitfalls of hope, fear and greed.
Balance boldness and humility.
Judge ourselves by "doing the right thing".
Force ourselves to make every trade we should.
Don't listen to others.
Trend (Price direction implies price direction).
Courageous with profits.
Cowardly with losses.
It's not how right or how wrong you are that matters in trading, but how much money you make when right and how much you
do not lose when wrong.
We always know in advance how much we are going to risk on any trade, before we even take the trade.
We can choose the size, place and direction of the battles, but not necessarily the timing.
We are always prepared; on occasion, we are even right.
It wasn't raining when Noah started to build his ark.
We never add to losing positions.
We stress capital preservation while allowing profits to run.
We get into sustainable trends before they become recognized as such.
We use models to sift through all the market noise to identify and prioritize asymmetric risk/reward opportunities.
We place the "biggest" exploratory stakes on the "best" trades at the "correct" time.
PAST PERFORMANCE MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RETURNS
FUTURES TRADING IS SPECULATIVE AND HIGH-RISK. THERE IS SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS INVOLVED IN FUTURES TRADING AND SUCH TRADING IS NOT SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR FINANCIAL ADVISORS.