Today’s guest, Jay Tun, is a fairly young trader who started dabbling in the financial markets during his undergraduate days and made an unconventional decision to become a full-time trader right after graduation.
With 10 years of full-time independent trading experiences under his belt, I’m sure you’ll be able to pick out ideas and concepts that you can internalize to accelerate your growth as a trader.
[00:01:43] Jay details how he started off his trading journey.
[00:10:35] Jay talks about his first AHA moment.
[00:13:57] Jay recalls the next turning point in his growth as a trader.
[00:25:23] Jay explains how he generated outsized returns of 50% in 2018 by changing his strategy in a shifting market environment.
[00:29:39] Jay shares what he will do differently if he were to start all over again
[00:30:32] Jay discusses his backtesting process as a visual chart trader.
[00:33:41] Jay explains how he narrows down his trading universe of instruments into a manageable size.
[00:38:18] Jay details his trading setup, stop-loss and profit taking strategy.
[00:49:23] Jay illustrates his position sizing methodology.
[00:52:32] Jay describes his typical trading workflow on a daily basis.
[00:53:57] Jay discusses his day trading strategy.
[01:08:13] Jay talks about his side project to pay it forward by mentoring new traders.
[01:10:20] Jay shares what he thinks are the three key obstacles that new traders face.
[01:15:03] Jay concludes with three trading best practices that he believes all new traders should try to apply.
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