Saturday, 3 January 2009

Welcome 2009

Salam kepada pengunjung setia Bakul sakti D24,

Rasanya tidak terlalu lewat untuk mengucapkan Selamat tahun baru kepada semua. Segala perjalanan tahun 2008 begitu manis sekali buat saya..dan juga peminat D24. Semoga tahun 2009 akan menjanjikan sesuatu yg lebih baru dan akan membawa kerahmatan...keberkatan dan keceriaan buat kita sume agar kita akan menjadi insan yg lebih cemerlang..gemilang dan terbilang....

br// Pipskiller

Saturday, 13 December 2008

Message Dari Pipskiller- D' Bakul Sakti

Salam Semua Warga Pipskiller (blogspot)

Alhamdulilah..setelah blog yang saya wujudkan dalam masa 3 bulan ini telah menghasilkan dan membuahkan hasil yg cukup lumayan.

Blog ini saya serahkan kepada student saya MR.charman untuk melihat sejauh mana
ilmu dia hasil dari apa yg di pelajari dan apa yang saya lihat beliau boleh menghasilkan entry yg bagus. Cuma nasihat saya kepada peminat blog ini tolong jaga money management dengan protective stop (SL) di gunakan.

Untuk menjadi good trader planning, displin dan juga money management amat penting..tanpa 3 perkara tersebut ..anda tak akan ke mana...take my words.


Pipskiller -

Top 10 Mistakes Traders Make

Achieving success in futures trading requires avoiding numerous pitfalls as much, or more, than it does seeking out and executing winning trades. In fact, most professional traders will tell you that it's not any specific trading methodologies that make traders successful, but instead it's the overall rules to which those traders strictly adhere that keep them "in the game" long enough to achieve success.

Following are 10 of the more prevalent mistakes I believe traders make in futures trading. This list is in no particular order of importance.

1. Failure to have a trading plan in place before a trade is executed. A trader with no specific plan of action in place upon entry into a futures trade does not know, among other things, when or where he or she will exit the trade, or about how much money may be made or lost. Traders with no pre-determined trading plan are flying by the seat of their pants, and that's usually a recipe for a "crash and burn."

2. Inadequate trading assets or improper money management. It does not take a fortune to trade futures markets with success. Traders with less than $5,000 in their trading accounts can and do trade futures successfully. And, traders with $50,000 or more in their trading accounts can and do lose it all in a heartbeat. Part of trading success boils down to proper money management and not gunning for those highly risky "home-run" type trades that involve too much trading capital at one time.

3. Expectations that are too high, too soon. Beginning futures traders that expect to quit their "day job" and make a good living trading futures in their first few years of trading are usually disappointed. You don't become a successful doctor or lawyer or business owner in the first couple years of the practice. It takes hard work and perseverance to achieve success in any field of endeavor--and trading futures is no different. Futures trading is not the easy, "get-rich-quick" scheme that a few unsavory characters make it out to be.

4. Failure to use protective stops. Using protective buy stops or sell stops upon entering a trade provide a trader with a good idea of about how much money he or she is risking on that particular trade, should it turn out to be a loser. Protective stops are a good money-management tool, but are not perfect. There are no perfect money-management tools in futures trading.

5. Lack of "patience" and "discipline." While these two virtues are over-worked and very often mentioned when determining what unsuccessful traders lack, not many will argue with their merits. Indeed. Don't trade just for the sake of trading or just because you haven't traded for a while. Let those very good trading "set-ups" come to you, and then act upon them in a prudent way. The market will do what the market wants to do--and nobody can force the market's hand.

6. Trading against the trend--or trying to pick tops and bottoms in markets. It's human nature to want to buy low and sell high (or sell high and buy low for short-side traders). Unfortunately, that's not at all a proven means of making profits in futures trading. Top pickers and bottom-pickers usually are trading against the trend, which is a major mistake.

7. Letting losing positions ride too long. Most successful traders will not sit on a losing position very long at all. They'll set a tight protective stop, and if it's hit they'll take their losses (usually minimal) and then move on to the next potential trading set up. Traders who sit on a losing trade, "hoping" that the market will soon turn around in their favor, are usually doomed.

8. "Over-trading." Trading too many markets at one time is a mistake--especially if you are racking up losses. If trading losses are piling up, it's time to cut back on trading, even though there is the temptation to make more trades to recover the recently lost trading assets. It takes keen focus and concentration to be a successful futures trader. Having "too many irons in the fire" at one time is a mistake.

9. Failure to accept complete responsibility for your own actions. When you have a losing trade or are in a losing streak, don't blame your broker or someone else. You are the one who is responsible for your own success or failure in trading. You make the trading decisions. If you feel you are not in firm control of your own trading, then why do you feel that way? You should make immediate changes that put you in firm control of your own trading destiny.

10. Not getting a bigger-picture perspective on a market. One can look at a daily bar chart and get a shorter-term perspective on a market trend. But a look at the longer-term weekly or monthly chart for that same market can reveal a completely different perspective. It is prudent to examine longer-term charts, for that bigger-picture perspective, when contemplating a trade.

Monday, 8 December 2008

ENTRY D24 V.2.0 SELASA 3ptg (waktu malaya)


GU - 14960 TP1 15040 TP2 15110 SL 14860

GJ - 13920 TP1 14000 TP2 14170 SL 13820

EU - 12990 TP1 13040 TP2 13090 sl 12910

EJ - 12070 TP1 12150TP2 12220 SL 11970

AU- 6690 TP1 6770 TP2 6840 SL 6590

AJ- 6230 TP1 6330TP2 6430 SL 6130


GU - 14750 TP1 14670 TP2 14600 SL 14850

GJ - 13620 TP1 13520 TP2 13420 SL 13720

EU - 12800 TP1 12750 TP2 12700 SL 12900

EJ -11830 TP1 11730 TP2 11670 SL 11930

AU - 6490 TP1 6410 TP2 6340 SL 6590

AJ- 5980 TP1 5600 TP2 5550 SL 5800

salam manis-manis selalu.
mr charman

Sunday, 7 December 2008

ENTRY D24 V.2.0 ISNIN 3ptg (waktu malaya)


GU - 14960 TP1 15040 TP2 15110 SL 14860

GJ - 13950 TP1 14030 TP2 14100 SL 13850

EU - 12920 TP1 12970 TP2 13020 sl 12850

EJ - 12040 TP1 12120 TP2 12190 SL 11940

AU- 6690 TP1 6740 TP2 6790 SL 6620

AJ- 6120 TP1 6220 TP2 6270 SL 6020


GU - 14590 TP1 14510 TP2 14440 SL 14690

GJ - 13420 TP1 13340 TP2 13270 SL 13520

EU - 12630 TP1 12580 TP2 12530 SL 12730

EJ -11630 TP1 11550 TP2 11480 SL 11730

AU - 6250 TP1 6200TP2 6100 SL 6350

AJ- 5700 TP1 5600 TP2 5550 SL 5800

salam manis-manis selalu.
mr charman