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April 24, 2011, 12:21:26 AM
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1. I use support/resistance, support/resistance trendlines ONLY. (with the occasional volume or MACD glance for confirmation)
2. I want the test to be as hard as possible
3. I want the test to have a quantifiable grade (eg. 77.9% or 100% (hopefully Cheesy)).
4. The test should be based soley on ability, NOT knowledge.
   EG. When would you trade and not trade this stock. (stockcharthere)
5. You must be an experienced technician.

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April 24, 2011, 03:32:07 AM
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The test is simple, get either to a market simulator or to the real thing and get some money in.
Your score will be the following:
100% for a 160%+ ROI(Congratz, you know your shit!)
90% for a 80% ROI
80% for a 40% ROI
70% for a 20% ROI
60% for a 10% ROI
50% for a 0% ROI(You didn't lose or gained money, inflation and the time spend in this went to the garbage bin)
40% for a -20% ROI
30% for a -40% ROI
20% for a -60% ROI
10% for a -80% ROI
0% for a -100%ROI(You lost everything, it is a shame)

The ROI is the return on investment starting with x dollars at day zero and ending at y dollars at day 365. You may not put more dollars in.
As far as I go, even if I am still not a technical analyst, I have a 10% annual ROI in BMV, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, so by my system I will have a 60%. Just enough to pass.

Good luck with your trading!

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April 26, 2011, 11:50:55 PM
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The test is simple, get either to a market simulator or to the real thing and get some money in.
Your score will be the following:
100% for a 160%+ ROI(Congratz, you know your shit!)
90% for a 80% ROI
80% for a 40% ROI
70% for a 20% ROI
60% for a 10% ROI
50% for a 0% ROI(You didn't lose or gained money, inflation and the time spend in this went to the garbage bin)
40% for a -20% ROI
30% for a -40% ROI
20% for a -60% ROI
10% for a -80% ROI
0% for a -100%ROI(You lost everything, it is a shame)

The ROI is the return on investment starting with x dollars at day zero and ending at y dollars at day 365. You may not put more dollars in.
As far as I go, even if I am still not a technical analyst, I have a 10% annual ROI in BMV, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, so by my system I will have a 60%. Just enough to pass.

Good luck with your trading!

What is a good market simulator?

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April 26, 2011, 11:53:46 PM
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The test is simple, get either to a market simulator or to the real thing and get some money in.
Your score will be the following:
100% for a 160%+ ROI(Congratz, you know your shit!)
90% for a 80% ROI
80% for a 40% ROI
70% for a 20% ROI
60% for a 10% ROI
50% for a 0% ROI(You didn't lose or gained money, inflation and the time spend in this went to the garbage bin)
40% for a -20% ROI
30% for a -40% ROI
20% for a -60% ROI
10% for a -80% ROI
0% for a -100%ROI(You lost everything, it is a shame)

The ROI is the return on investment starting with x dollars at day zero and ending at y dollars at day 365. You may not put more dollars in.
As far as I go, even if I am still not a technical analyst, I have a 10% annual ROI in BMV, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, so by my system I will have a 60%. Just enough to pass.

Good luck with your trading!

What is a good market simulator?

Some forex clients will give you some trial money, similar to bitcoin testnet.
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