Monday, December 1, 2014

5 guru terbaik trader

The game taught me the game. And it didn’t spare the rod while teaching.” -Jesse Livermore

  1. Trading Losses: There are two types of losses, one loss is caused by the market simply not being conducive for the profitability of your system. The other loss is due to your lack of discipline causing your system not to work. If you followed your trading plan and had a loss that is to be expected. If you are trading a proven and tested method then you have simply learned that taking a loss is simply part of trading. However if your breach of discipline caused your loss, whether not taking a stop, over riding your plan, not taking an entry, trading too big, etc. then it is time to learn why you had the loss. Ego? Fear? Greed? Overconfidence? Laziness? and many other things cause losses. It is crucial that you learn why you broke your trading plan so you do not repeat the mistake again.
  2. Charts: Studying the past price action of charts is very educational. It will show you how prices have reacted at  support/resistance levels in the past along with moving averages and any other indicators that you may choose. It is important that you understand how your market has historically traded whether it is currencies, commodities, stocks, or bonds. It is crucial that you learn how to identify a trend, a swing trade, and a range bound market.
  3. Social Networks: There are many great traders on facebook, twitter, and stock twits. There are several that freely give away advice and knowledge daily simply because they enjoy sharing. There are others that also sell good services like web sites, chat rooms, coaching, books, and newsletters. To separate the wheat from the chaff focus on who gives advice that makes money over a long time frame. Only follow traders that discuss all three elements of trading you need to be hearing about risk management and trader psychology along with entries and exits. Be very wary of anyone that makes trading look like easy money, it is work like any other profession.
  4. A Mentor: Getting a mentor is a great way to short cut much of the learning curve. Having someone available to ask questions of  and get direct feedback is incredibly valuable. The hard part is finding the right one. If you are paying for a service then you need to verify the mentors credentials and success as a trader. If a successful or rich trader agrees to help you with no compensation it is crucial to not take up too much of their time. Have questions ready and ask intelligent questions by doing the necessary homework before talking with them. It is also possible to pick legendary traders and  study them in depth through the internet, interviews they have done, books they have written, and purchasing any services they offer.
  5. Trading Books: Books that are written by successful traders are gold mines for information that can speed up the learning process for new traders. When looking for the best trading books I use Amazon and focus on books that are written by traders that have track records of many years of successful trading. I also like to see many 4 and 5 star reviews for the book. I have reviewed over 250 trading books on Amazon, if you can wade through all the other products and books I have reviewed then there are many gems waiting for you. 


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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Paul Tudor Jones Lessons in Trading

  1. It is possible to see that a market is dramatically overbought and prepare for, and then capture, huge gains after the sell off.
  2. Risk small amounts to make big profits.
  3. Bet against times when numerous leaders must agree.
  4. Long hours and a strong work ethic are keys to being a successful trader.
  5. While it is good to trade any market that will turn a profit, specializing in a market can lead to great success.
  6. The markets go down faster than they go up.
  7. If the market will not go down during bad news, it will likely go higher.
  8. The stock market moves in patterns and in cycles. Past price patterns repeat themselves due to human emotions.
  9. Many times traders think a big position order size means that a whale knows something, most times they do not. 
  10. It is okay to skip a trade if you can’t get your entry price.
  11. A momentum move does not just stop, it takes time to roll over.
  12. It is possible to trade successfully by gaming the actions of other traders.
  13. Be aggressive at high probability moments.
  14. Always stay in control of your trading and manage risk.
  15. Focus on risk management as the #1 priority in trading.
  16. Having the right mindset during a big loss that it is just temporary, is the key to coming back and being successful.
  17. Letting profits run is sometimes a great plan.
  18. Being long at all time highs in the indexes is a great strategy.
  19. Great money managers trade with passion.
  20. Even Market Wizards have doubts about winning when entering a trade. 
  21. When the top in a market is reached,  there is a lot of money to be  made shorting as panic selling sets in. 
  22. Guys from Tennessee can trade!

Linda Bradford Raschke – 50 Time Tested Classic Stock Trading Rules

  1. Plan your trades. Trade your plan.
  2. Keep records of your trading results.
  3. Keep a positive attitude, no matter how much you lose.
  4. Don’t take the market home.
  5. Continually set higher trading goals.
  6. Successful traders buy into bad news and sell into good news.
  7. Successful traders are not afraid to buy high and sell low.
  8. Successful traders have a well-scheduled planned time for studying the markets.
  9. Successful traders isolate themselves from the opinions of others.
  10. Continually strive for patience, perseverance, determination, and rational action.
  11. Limit your losses – use stops!
  12. Never cancel a stop loss order after you have placed it!
  13. Place the stop at the time you make your trade.
  14. Never get into the market because you are anxious because of waiting.
  15. Avoid getting in or out of the market too often.
  16. Losses make the trader studious – not profits. Take advantage of every loss to improve your knowledge of market action.
  17. The most difficult task in speculation is not prediction but self-control. Successful trading is difficult and frustrating. You are the most important element in the equation for success.
  18. Always discipline yourself by following a pre-determined set of rules.
  19. Remember that a bear market will give back in one month what a bull market has taken three months to build.
  20. Don’t ever allow a big winning trade to turn into a loser. Stop yourself out if the market moves against you 20% from your peak profit point.
  21. You must have a program, you must know your program, and you must follow your program.
  22. Expect and accept losses gracefully. Those who brood over losses always miss the next opportunity, which more than likely will be profitable.
  23. Split your profits right down the middle and never risk more than 50% of them again in the market.
  24. The key to successful trading is knowing yourself and your stress point.
  25. The difference between winners and losers isn’t so much native ability as it is discipline exercised in avoiding mistakes.
  26. In trading as in fencing there are the quick and the dead.
  27. Speech may be silver but silence is golden. Traders with the golden touch do not talk about their success.
  28. Dream big dreams and think tall. Very few people set goals too high. A man becomes what he thinks about all day long.
  29. Accept failure as a step towards victory.
  30. Have you taken a loss? Forget it quickly. Have you taken a profit? Forget it even quicker! Don’t let ego and greed inhibit clear thinking and hard work.
  31. One cannot do anything about yesterday. When one door closes, another door opens. The greater opportunity always lies through the open door.
  32. The deepest secret for the trader is to subordinate his will to the will of the market. The market is truth as it reflects all forces that bear upon it. As long as he recognizes this he is safe. When he ignores this, he is lost and doomed.
  33. It’s much easier to put on a trade than to take it off.
  34. If a market doesn’t do what you think it should do, get out.
  35. Beware of large positions that can control your emotions. Don’t be overly aggressive with the market. Treat it gently by allowing your equity to grow steadily rather than in bursts.
  36. Never add to a losing position.
  37. Beware of trying to pick tops or bottoms.
  38. You must believe in yourself and your judgement if you expect to make a living at this game.
  39. In a narrow market there is no sense in trying to anticipate what the next big movement is going to be – up or down.
  40. A loss never bothers me after I take it. I forget it overnight. But being wrong and not taking the loss – that is what does the damage to the pocket book and to the soul.
  41. Never volunteer advice and never brag of your winnings.
  42. Of all speculative blunders, there are few greater than selling what shows a profit and keeping what shows a loss.
  43. Standing aside is a position.
  44. t is better to be more interested in the market’s reaction to new information than in the piece of news itself.
  45. If you don’t know who you are, the markets are an expensive place to find out.
  46. In the world of money, which is a world shaped by human behavior, nobody has the foggiest notion of what will happen in the future. Mark that word – Nobody! Thus the successful trader does not base moves on what supposedly will happen but reacts instead to what does happen.
  47. Except in unusual circumstances, get in the habit of taking your profit too soon. Don’t torment yourself if a trade continues winning without you. Chances are it won’t continue long. If it does, console yourself by thinking of all the times when liquidating early reserved gains that you would have otherwise lost.
  48. When the ship starts to sink, don’t pray – jump!
  49. Lose your opinion – not your money.
  50. Assimilate into your very bones a set of trading rules that works for you.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Sepuluh Alasan untuk Keluar dari Long Position

  1. Stop loss asli Anda terkena pada tingkat harga yang menunjukkan entri asli Anda salah.
  2. Anda trailing stop terkena dalam bingkai waktu Anda.
  3. Posisi tutup dibawah hari sebelumnya rendah hari untuk trader jangka pendek.
  4. Kunci level support harga yang hilang.
  5. Sebuah rata-rata bergerak kunci hilang.
  6. Target profit Anda tercapai.
  7. Grafik memasuki tingkat overbought bersejarah bagi kendaraan trading Anda.
  8. Volatilitas mengembang dan risiko sekarang terlalu banyak untuk ukuran posisi Anda. Atau Anda keluar karena berhenti volatilitas.
  9. Waktu Anda berhenti terkena karena perdagangan gagal untuk bergerak dalam waktu Anda memungkinkan.
  10. Anda bepergian atau pergi berlibur dan Anda tidak dapat memberikan dibutuhkan perhatian perdagangan.

Ten Reasons to Exit a Long Position

  1.     Your original stop loss is hit at a price level that shows your original entry was wrong.
  2.     Your trailing stop is hit in your time frame.
  3.     The position closes below the previous day’s low of day for shorter term traders.
  4.     A key price support level is lost.
  5.     A key moving average is lost.
  6.     Your profit target is achieved.
  7.     The chart enters a historical overbought level for your trading vehicle.
  8.     Volatility expands and the risk is now too much for your position size. Or you exit due to a volatility stop.
  9.     Your time stop is hit because the trade failed to move in the time you were allowing.
  10.     You are traveling or going on vacation and you can’t give the needed attention to the trade.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Rainbow AFL

_SECTION_BEGIN( "MA Rainbow");

side = 1;

increment = Param("Increment" ,2, 1, 10, 1 );

for( i = 10; i < 80; i = i + increment )


up = MA( C, i );

down = MA( C, i + increment );

if( ParamToggle( "3D effect?", "No|Yes", 1 ) )

side = IIf(up<=down AND Ref( up<=down, 1 ), 1, 0.6 );

PlotOHLC( up,up,down,down, "MA"+i, ColorHSB( 3*(i - 10),

Param("Saturation" , 128, 0, 255 ),

side * Param("Brightness" , 255, 0, 255 ) ), styleCloud |
styleNoLabel );



Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Goal Setting Personality Type

easily likeable - a ‘people person’
enjoy helping other people succeed
get fulfillment from good friendships, feeling that you belong, and acts of community service
have unflagging optimism
innocent and trusting

driven, focus and highly motivated
a father figure, a leader
result focused, so goal setting is a natural approach for you
not affraid of failure, in fact you see failures simply as a challenge to bounce back from
independent with a preference for doing things “your” way

highly focus, motivated and driven, so result-focused goal setting is a natural fit for you
unafraid of failure and see it simply as another challenges to address
very indipendent
primarily motivated by power, challenges, results and achievements
a natural leader, with great skill at delegating to others

motivated by being popular and social
influential, enthusiastic, passionate and people-oriented and a charismatic leader
guided by your passionss
dream big
make use of your people-oriented nature to get others to help you

optimistic, passionate, enthusiastic, influential and people-oriented
sensual and passionate
in touch with your creative and emotional aspects
adaptable and able to change personae when necessary
motivated by being popular and social, as well as having fun

driven by curiosity and interested in gaining knowledge in order to become an expert
governed by rules, procedures and structure
risk-averse, you consider every permutation of situation in order to reduce the chance of something going wrong
always prepared for any eventually
motivated in most situation by knowledge, expertise and logic

positive and take an optimistic perspective on things
enjoy helping other people to succeed and find it easy given that you are a natural ‘peopel-person’
balanced, grounded, sweet, intelligent and nurturing
find fulfillment in friendship, belongin to a group and doing acts of community service
find motivation in shared goals, building relationships and acting for common good

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Kota yang dilewati dari Solo ke Tasikmalaya

  1. Solo
  2. Klaten
  3. Jogja
  4. Wates
  5. Purworejo
  6. Kutoarjo (Gudeg Mataram)
  7. Karanganyar (Lestari RM)
  8. Kebumen (Empal Gentong)
  9. Gombong
  10. Wangon
  11. Majenang
  12. Banjar (Cibiuk RM)
  13. Tasik

Thursday, July 17, 2014

MA 200 envelope AFL

_N(Title = StrFormat("{{NAME}} - {{INTERVAL}} {{DATE}} Open %g, Hi %g, Lo %g, Close %g (%.1f%%) {{VALUES}}", O, H, L, C, SelectedValue( ROC( C, 1 ) ) ));

Plot(MA(C,200), "Moving Average 200", colorRed, styleLine );
Plot(0.9*(MA(C,200)), "-10%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.8*(MA(C,200)), "-20%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.7*(MA(C,200)), "-30%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.6*(MA(C,200)), "-40%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.5*(MA(C,200)), "-50%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);

Plot(1.1*(MA(C,200)), "+10%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.2*(MA(C,200)), "+20%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.3*(MA(C,200)), "+30%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.4*(MA(C,200)), "+40%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.5*(MA(C,200)), "+50%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);

Plot( C, "Close", ParamColor("Color", colorDefault ), styleNoTitle | ParamStyle("Style") | GetPriceStyle() );

MA 100 envelope AFL

_N(Title = StrFormat("{{NAME}} - {{INTERVAL}} {{DATE}} Open %g, Hi %g, Lo %g, Close %g (%.1f%%) {{VALUES}}", O, H, L, C, SelectedValue( ROC( C, 1 ) ) ));

Plot(MA(C,100), "Moving Average 100", colorRed, styleLine );
Plot(0.9*(MA(C,100)), "-10%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.8*(MA(C,100)), "-20%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.7*(MA(C,100)), "-30%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.6*(MA(C,100)), "-40%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(0.5*(MA(C,100)), "-50%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);

Plot(1.1*(MA(C,100)), "+10%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.2*(MA(C,100)), "+20%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.3*(MA(C,100)), "+30%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.4*(MA(C,100)), "+40%", colorBlue, styleLine | styleThick);
Plot(1.5*(MA(C,100)), "+50%", colorGreen, styleLine | styleThick);

Plot( C, "Close", ParamColor("Color", colorDefault ), styleNoTitle | ParamStyle("Style") | GetPriceStyle() );

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Daftar Hotel di Kebumen

1 LUKULO - Jl. Bocor Pasar Hewan Kebumen 382966
2 ELPRAMIT B 18 Jl. Pemuda 129 Kebumen 381290
3 PUSAKA 6 Jl. Pemuda 123 Kebumen 382227
4 PATRA 15 Jl. Pemuda 71 Kebumen 381520
5 NASIONAL 15 Jl. Pemuda 63 Kebumen 381083
6 CANDISARI 67 Jl. Raya Timur km 2 Karanganyar, Kebumen 551336, 551337
7 AMAN 40 Jl. Revolusi 88 Karanganyar,Kebumen 551006
8 MARSIWO 44 Jl. Yos Sudarso 72 Gombong, Kebumen 471176
9 DUNIA 26 Jl. Pemuda 13 Gombong, Kebumen 471285
10 GRAHA PUTRA 22 Jl. Stasiun Gombong, Kebumen 471066
11 SLAMET 19 Jl. Yos Sudarso 391 Gombong, Kebumen 473580
12 BARU - Jl. Yos Sudarso Gombong, Kebumen -
13 TRIO 40 Jl. Yos Sudarso 441 Gombong, Kebumen 471103
14 PERMATA - Jl. Yos Sudarso 455 Gombong, Kebumen 471371
15 GANESHA - Jl. Yos Sudarso 434 Gombong, Kebumen 471098
16 GRAFIKA 49 Jl. Yos Sudarso 565 Gombong, Kebumen 471552
17 ISTANA 37 Jl. Yos Sudarso 559 Gombong, Kebumen 471484
18 PUSPITA 20 Desa Jatijajar Ayah Kebumen -
19 PUTERA 21 Jl. Pemuda 27 Kebumen 382021
20 PURI LARAS 6 - -
21 RESIK 28 - -
22 BENTENG 37 Jl. Sapta Marga 100 Gombong Selatan 473460
23 SEJAHTERA 15 Jl. Pemuda 114 Kebumen 381331
24 ELPRAMIT A - Jl. Kutoarjo -

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Interview dan Fotografi

Tahun 1986 aku menjadi interviewee di gedung BPPT thamrin jakarta, rasanya kok intimidated by the interviewer performance gitu, make up nya menurutku terlalu menohok

Tahun 1989, pertama kali aku melakukan job interview, tidak sebagai interviewee tapi sebagai interviewer, keren kaaaannnn ????
Sepertinya waktu itu aku hanya berfikir kalau interview itu seperti menjawab soal ujian tapi dilakukan dengan cara ngobrol, aku beli buku petunjuk melakukan interview tapi masih bingung juga. Apa sih interview ituuuuu.

Sekitar tahun 1997-1998 aku jadi interviewee di Prasetya Mulya jalan kartini jakarta, dan ini interview yang dahsyat sekali, aku langsung merasa bertekuk lutut kepada interviewer karena caranya melakukan sesi interview, beliau memperkenalkan diri dulu dan rasanya ingin menunjukkan padaku bahwa aku di tempat itu sangat penting, walau dia juga menunjukkan kepadaku bahwa dia adalah orang hebat disitu.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Pagi-pagi lihat jam bagus

Pagi-pagi baca koran Kompas paper based, eh ada advetorial jam tangan, cakep deh. Ini gambarnya.

Kalau harganya ???? Wah gak minat deh kalau sampai harganya he...  he...  he...  he... 

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Kebakaran Toko Merdeka Kauman

Pagi hari pas lewat masjid sememen perempatan di selatan masjid ditutup eh ternyata ada kebakaran. Pagi itu asapnya masih sedikit. Tapi siang hari asap makin tebal. Foto dibawah ini kuambil sore hari ketika kebakran sudah dianggap selesai dan sisa barang yang di dalam gedung mau di angkut keluar.

Kebakaran selain mencipatakan kesibukan juga menjadi ajang tontonan masyarakat.

Wow ada mobil pemadam kebakaran dari boyolali sampai ke Kauman Solo.

Bayar Pajak Motor si Samsat Solo

Sudah lama gak bayar pajak motor, langsung masuk dan ambil gambar denah ini. Wajar nggak ???

Ternyata tiba-tiba ada polwan pasang muka marah nunjuk dan manggil aku, suruh menghadap namanya Pak Bambang ???? Si Polwan bilang kalau ngambil foto disitu ada aturannya ??? Yang mana sih aturannya ??? Kalau calonya sih banyak, tiap ada orang menyapa kita, hampir pasti dia Calo kaaaaan

Akhirnya si Bambang nggak bisa ditemuin dan ada orang lain yang tiba-tiba mucul mau ngobrol sama aku, yah siapaaaaaaaaaa lagi. Akhirnya clear juga, tapi tidak ada penjelasan aturannya manaaaaaa ?????

Sudah akhirnya kujalani sesuai urutan gedung dan tanya dari 1 stasiun kerja ke stasiun kerja yang lain.

Pas nunggu dipanggil, kok ada beberapa orang yang begitu mudah nangkring di depan kasir, dan 1 orang rata-rata bawa duit buwanyak buat bayar. Setelah ada yang kuajak ngobrol ternyata mereka calo. Yang pakai serang parkir itu sehari sekitar 10 - 15 stnk yang dia bantu. Kalau calo boleh sih disitu, kan ada aturannyaaaaaaa. He...  he...  he...he...he...

Kesimpulanku masih, kita butuh polisis tapi polisi gak butuh kita, jadi aturan itu ada di mereka.

Kentheng Pelek Mangkunegaran

Motorku kalau dinaikin terasa ban belakang bocor, tapi kalau di liat bannya gak bocor, selidik-punya-selidik ternyata peleknya yang mleyot.

Ya sudah langsung cari tempat paling rame di area timur mangkunegaran, dan disitu ternyata tambah satu lagi, ban motornya benjol, mantab sekali, jadi akhirnya ganti ban dan kenteng pelek sekalian.

Alhamdulillah beres semua dengan amat cepat.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Alhamdulillah aku sudah lebih dewasa

0,05 persen dari rekening yang ada di bank kita memiliki harta sebesar 44,15 persen dari total harta yang baru saja masuk atau di simpan dibank.

Dulu aku sering berfikir fakta seperti ini tidak adil, karena aku juga diajarinnya kayak gitu. Keadilan adalah keseragaman atau uniformitas, kalau beda artinya tidak seragam maka TIDAK ADIL.

Terus dari mana datangnya pengertian itu ??? Aku juga tidak tahu sebenarnya, setelah aku belajar segmentasi di marketing aku baru tahu bahwa setiap segmen konsumen itu punya pilihan perilaku yang berbeda dan bisa jadi saling bertolak belakang.

Ada orang yang suka sekali belanja padahal dia belum punya uang bahkan berani belanja untuk barang-barang yang nilainya turun seiring waktu dan tidak ada nilai jual kembali, dan itupun dibeli dengan hutang bunga tinggi.

Ada yang sebaliknya suka sekali menabung dan mendisiplinkan dirinya untuk tidak belanja apapun selain yang dia sangat perlu.

Dari fenomena-fenomena itu kufikir ungkapan yang paling baik adalah EVERYBODY GET WHAT THEY WANT, setiap orang mendapatkan apa yang mereka inginkan. Jadi hasil akhirnya sih adil-adil saja kalau ada orang yang kelewat kaya dan kelewat miskin.