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Real Name: Jack Corsellis

Occupation: Entrepreneur, Fund Manager

Interests: Economics, Emerging Markets, European Markets, Funds, Geopolitics, Gold, Hedge Funds, Interest Rates, Stocks, US Market

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I produce investing content to help others via my website, YouTube and a free private Facebook group for speculators and investors (click links below).  I am obsessed with achieving higher returns from low risk and outperforming the market.  I've also got a free private group on Facebook where speculators/investors can openly share ideas, trades entered, and strategies.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/491030401432980/

https://www.jackcorsellis.com

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Investment Strategy
I trade... constantly
I tend to buy... according to my system
I hold for... a few months
I invest with... >£1m
Diversification is ... a hedge for ignorance
Stock Trader and Portfolio Builder Searching for Low Risk High Reward Opportunities

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Free blog posts and videos to help others achieve higher returns from lower risk. I show my stock watchlist on the website and go through stock charts on YouTube to show you what I'm doing. https://www.jackcorsellis.com www.youtube.com/jackcorsellis

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This post discusses some of the key lessons that can be learnt from Trading in the Zone by Martin Douglas.The book, and this post, is focused more at shorter term traders / speculators, as opposed to longer term investors.  Although, lessons about better understanding our own psychology and beliefs systems, are applicable to people of all investing time frames.The main focus of this book is…

Jesse Livermore is an icon on Wall Street and his methods in the stock market were revolutionary. Throughout his career he made and lost fortunes; including a $100 million profit by being short going into the great crash of 1929, this cemented his nickname as the Boy Plunger. Sadly, in 1940 Livermore took his own life. Although tragic, this event is something we can learn…

Managing risk and cutting losses can have a significant positive effect on your portfolio returns.  Also below is why tracking your trading results is key to successfully managing risk.Firstly, hopefully the table above is an eye opener for how losses work geometrically against you - i.e., the more you lose the more required to get back to even.Below is a table showing example trading results…

Fellow Subscribers, In this blog post I will be using real GDP data combined with technical analysis (mainly price and volume) to help forecast my prediction for the S&P500.  Specifically, I will be using Wyckoff Analysis to help determine the course of future events now the index is in a clearly defined trading range.It would be useful if you had at least a basic understanding…

These are 3 of the most common psychological investment errors (in my view) and how we can find solutions as investors to these with the aim of increasing returns and not being our own worst enemy - I don't need anymore holes in my foot!1. Anchoring biasAnchoring bias is when an investor relies too heavily on an initial piece of information they receive / find.…



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Good stuff Ben. I think you could also use other 'higher risk' assets like Bitcoin to determine investor sentiment. The selloff in Bitcoin was potentially an early indication the tide was turning last year. JC

I know you specifically said UK stocks. However, if you, or anyone else, wants my view on the best charting software for US stocks I'd go for TC2000. You can easily screen through sector indexes and sub-sectors too. Doesn't give you the fundamentals as well as Stocko. JC

The table is from Mark's book.  I'll save you working the figures out... It's a total return for the year, exc divi's, of +189%.  This is with a 46.32% winning percentage and a largest single gain of 30.04%.  I don't get how anyone can argue the other side of this.

The calculations in the 50% win/loss table can be put in any order and still finish with the same end result. The point is to cut losses as soon as they start moving against you. Below I've used the same figures but just changed the order.

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