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What If You Get Stopped in Your Trades? 

Last Updated: May 12, 2022

By Rayner Teo

Hello, my friends!

In this week’s market analysis “What If You Get Stopped in Your Trades?”, I talk about how both of my short trades on Nzdusd and Copper got stopped out.

But instead of blaming the markets for my loss, here’s what I did.

What If You Get Stopped in Your Trades?

I hope you have enjoyed this week’s market analysis on the topic of what If You Get Stopped in Your Trades?. As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!

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  • Hi Rayner

    I have been following your market analysis for quite some time and I really enjoyed and learned a lot from your market analysis.

    Especially during this episode, the way you articulate your thought process when a stop loss happened is very clear and concise, which I believe most of the trader out there would be able to learn and replicate it and become a better trader.

    Great job!

    • Hi Jian Qi,

      Thank you so much for your feedback!

      I’m really glad you enjoyed it and find it useful for yourself.

      Let me know if there’s anything I can help with 🙂


  • Hi Rayner,

    Thanks for the video, I am glad that you mentioned copper and NU pair, I opened short position on both but stop out then I reopen again at 2.759 on copper and at 0.71634 on Nzd/Usd still holding both position. After I watched your video I feel that I going in correct direction with my trading.

    • Hi Kam,

      Good to know you did re enter on your trades.

      I find many traders hesitating to pull the trigger after being stopped out, even though their trading plan tells them to enter.


    • Hey JL,

      Lol I’ll take that as a compliment.

      I’m from Singapore and we tend to have our own accent that’s pretty much on our own.

      We have our own language too, Singlish! hahaha


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