A Minimalist Way of Trading (or About Me)




1. About the Blog


Hello, traders from all over the world, welcome to my blog BravoTrading!  A blog mainly created from the ideas and experiences of my daily trading work, and developed in three sections: first, the Market Pulse which includes a brief and honest analysis of the equity markets through its main indices, indicating my forecasts and levels to watch. Then, the Trading Tools section, contains the tools and indicators I use for my work, the ones I consider better for my type of trading, and how I use them. And finally, the updates of stocks or ETFs, usually taken from my Watchlist, are shown in the Watchlist Update section. 

As you have supposed, it's not an educational blog: I suppose the readers have a basic knowledge of the topics. Therefore, the posts are all written syntheticallytrying to be punctual and concise, as a basis for your own further investigation. You will not find here a thousand "winner" picks or pump-and-dump stocks: this blog is just a log of my daily work, and hope this information can be useful for you!

Note: credits of all the blog photos, including the cover photo: pexels.com, a great site for free photos!


2. About Me


I'm Luis Huasasquiche Bravo-Mejia, a civil engineer, math and finance lover, and passionate about markets and their dynamics. With 12+ years of studying and trading them, I understood that posting and tweeting my market outlooks, charts, and stock analyses, as well as interacting with reliable traders, keep me in good condition to face my trading work. And having all my trading knowledge and ideas properly organized in a place like this is great for quick reference. Those are my reasons for writing this, I hope, neat blog

Over the years I keep trying to refine my way of trading. The experience gained taught me that stock trading is pure psychology and emotional control. That means following strictly my Trading Plan, with my style, strategy and tools selected, that's my edge. And, mainly, avoiding excess useless information or harmful "noise": the main enemy of a trader.

In summary, I learned to be minimalist in my trading. That's simply, trade the trend on select stock/ETFs,  giving priority to technical analysis through the interpretation of price action, trading with strong discipline, risk management, and a bit of instinct. 

Good trading!


@BravoTrader
Lima PERU
Any questions, contact me at: Lhbm01@gmail.com
I'm not a financial advisor, so unauthorized to post any investment advice.



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