A strict methodical rule based supply and demand strategy which will help you think and trade like a robot
Learn to identify potential turning points way before you see them unfold on the charts. There is a big difference between subjective, discretionary trading (prediction) versus trading with a strict methodical rule based strategy. We trade a time-tested strategy with a set of tested mechanical and logical rules which in turn helps remove emotions and subjectivity from trading. Emotions have a big impact on your trading results. Managing your emotions and having a good money management plan is KEY to having success in your trading career. Markets may seem random but logic can be found once you have come up with a series of rules. It does not matter which market you are trading, following a rule based strategy will undoubtedly help you with your trading career. Our goal at is to help you grow, both as a trader, and as an individual.
In order to help facilitate this, we offer help in your personal development, by helping you gain knowledge that is useful in all aspects of life. While this help usually comes in the form of videos, we also answer any and every question that arises in the forums to clear up all doubts. We are also encouraging you all the time to change your mindset and focus on improving your life holistically.
“Set and Forget” has developed a series of tested rules that can be methodically applied to any timeframe, instrument and market. By following a strict rules set, you will be following the same rationale and logical processes every single time. This will prevent you from making educated guesses or trading at your own discretion. You cannot and should not lean on a trading strategy that does not have a proven strict set of rules, a methodical and logic approach to the markets. We must ask the charts the same questions over and over. Sometimes we will like the answers and sometimes we won’t. We should not take our trades based on how much we like a price area, the decision process should be based on a series of rules that follow a logic rationale that can be repeated over time by asking the right questions every time. Only by asking the right question you will obtain the right answers, these answers will allow you to plan your trades at supply and demand levels with laser beam accuracy.
Trading a rules based strategy on supply and demand or any other strategy does not guarantee you success. Rules will give you an edge, it will help you remove the emotions from the equation and let the trade breath and play out. You cannot control what the markets are going to do. You must trade your trading plan and expect that the next trade will work. If it doesn’t? Who cares? Next one!! Trading is all about probabilities and expect that there will be losses. That is part of this business just like knowing the sun will rise.
The appeal of a systematic approach is obvious: it reduces emotional stress and gives you a methodical approach to your analysis. But do not expect sure profits and immediate results without years of building expertise first (You have to learn to walk before you can run let alone learn to soar with the professional traders). Many would think that if the rules don’t make money for you, then the blame can be placed on the rules, and not yourself. You have to take personal responsibility for your actions. You have to know what you want out of a trading system as well as with anything in life. Most people don’t get what they want, not because they are not able to but because they don’t know what they want out of life.
Rules can help much more than hinder your personal development. Ask the thousands of traders that have tried to trade without any rules to tell you their results. Their equity curve will most likely be like a roller coaster that lost control and is heading full speed towards the ground.
You must trade and think like a robot, remove your emotions at the door, your job is to execute the strict set of rules laid out in the trading plan. You might have heard this before and it is so true “Plan your trade— Trade your Plan”.