Given one of the biggest problems new traders seem to have is not only when to buy, but having bought, how and when to sell.

Trendline trading at its basic is very, very simple but when you start to try and explain the fine detail of drawing trendlines it is becomes to complex for most people. This video tries to simplify the process (dumb it down if you will) so that most people can find something that can help them protect their capital.

Rules come with caveats - you have to be religious about using them if you want to get any value from them. Stop losses are a good example. Most of us have trouble with selling. It seems a paper loss is not a 'real' loss to most people - but I can tell they are real and you will be a better investor/trader if you see them that way. You must have a stop loss when you are in a trade or you are gambling. Anyway, if you are still awake at the end of my video I suggest you get some charts (ideally where you have lost money) and try my suggestions. And remember, these theories don't really work well (or at all) with volatile or low value stocks (penny dradfuls).

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Robert Norman

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