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  1. Its true that you can't always predict the markets but when The Bank of Japan pumped $183bn into the Japanese financial markets following the earthquake and tsunami then its not really surprising the markets took off.

  2. I think it’s hard for people, to accept that they have to lose some of the time to be successful. This is why testing your strategies out first is so important. Making sure you keep the same risk% on all your trades, and picking an appropriate risk/reward that will work for you, these are so important with your analysis. Documenting everything makes it easier to see what you did wrong, without this it would very difficult to figure out what system works best. Anyone that skips this process will most likely fail, constantly changing strategies, while there account keeps going lower and lower. Then they will blame everything they can, but never realizing their biggest obstacle was themselves.

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