The entry trigger tells you when to “fire”.

The market entry trigger tells you when you should enter the market when you enter the potential trading area.

That is your unique entry technique. Now that you have determined where you should enter the trade, you have to decide how to enter the trade.

Are you just entering the market blindly? If you want to cross the road, can you just walk across it? Unless you want to be crushed by the car. Of course you have to look around first to ensure “safety”. The same applies to transactions. Before entering the market, you have to make sure that it is “safe” (that is, a high probability trading setting).

Entry skills will keep you away from trades that you have not anticipated in potential trading areas.

Suppose there is a bearish divergence in your potential trading area. Do you go short without thinking? Or do you have to wait until the price fluctuates to a major resistance level? Maybe you even have to wait until the reverse candles flash one by one before making a decision?

Don’t wait… you go short now, and then you find that the price climbs up, and finally you stop the loss.

You find a good trading area does not mean you can enter the market in a timely manner. Good trading skills ensure that you will not take advantage of trading opportunities. Again, take a screenshot of your chart and note your entry trigger.

Remember to combine a good entry trigger with a good potential trading area. Moving average crossover is a very popular entry technique, but if you don’t take into account the factors in the area you want to enter, you are likely to lose heavily.

Use the entry trigger as an independent technique to deal with disasters. Make sure you understand your surroundings yourself. Don’t choose to use a knife as a weapon in a gun battle. Or, kid, don’t take tennis rackets for baseball games.

Position size
This is very simple. Based on the risk management rules you set in your trading plan, you must determine the size of your position. This lets you know what your maximum risk is.

How much risk are you willing to take in each transaction?

1%?

2%?

5%?

10%? !

20%? ! ! !

Or will you bet on your life? ! ! ! ! !

Ok. do it. Betting on his own life.

Do not be silly!

Don’t bet on your wealth!
Didn’t you pay attention?

You have to be a trader, not a gambler!

Position size is very important because it keeps your account in good shape and prepares you for the next opportunity.

It is important to note the size of your transaction. By including the size of the position in the log, you can know whether you are suitable for a larger transaction size, or whether you prefer a smaller transaction size and maintain a larger stop loss setting.