Trading Risk Management

Pro Day Trading Course

Trading Risk Management

Pro Day Trading Course

Trading Risk Management

This is the holy grail of trading. Regardless of the asset class you are trading, understanding the risk you’re trading, learning to escape from nasty drawdowns and more importantly scaling up the risk when you are in profit provides for a long trading career. Without this you will struggle to be consistent and most likely fail in the long term.



Brad Gilbert

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Trading Risk Management
Professional Traders Mindset
Capital Management
Build Your Own Capital Management Plan
Improving Your Performance
You’re Now Ready to Start Trading Live

Technical Analysis is the ‘Foundation’ for all professional traders. The first thing the Bankers do when they get into work each day is go through their charts to see if there have been any changes to trendlines or trends in the market. Without solid knowledge and understanding of the Technicals a traders ‘skill progress’ and consequent performance will be limited.

We all know having losing trades is a big part of trading. We all go through periods where we just can’t nail the right trade. This is where the Bankers take a step back and revert to their foundation (cornerstone) knowledge of the technicals. All great trades start and end with some aspect of technical analysis. It may seem like a simple concept, but you wouldn’t believe how many traders mis-interpret the technicals and invariably have them working against them. This is a hugely important component of your trading system so please take your time and make sure you understand every aspect.

Remember, luck is when preparation meets opportunity!

Brad Gilbert

Trading Risk Management


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About Your Instructor


Brad has over 33 years of Professional trading experience. Prior to setting up Traders4Traders in 2009, Brad worked for Citibank, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Toronto Dominion Bank. He was Chief FX Dealer of some of the biggest FX teams in Sydney, London & New York. He has also worked extensively through Asia in Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Vietnam.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are many types of trading risk management, but here are five of the most common:

  1. Position Sizing: Position sizing is the process of determining the appropriate amount of capital to allocate to a trade based on the trader’s risk appetite, trading strategy, and market conditions. This is done to ensure that the trader is not risking too much capital on any single trade.

  2. Stop Loss Orders: Stop loss orders are orders placed with a broker to sell a security when it reaches a certain price. This is done to limit the trader’s losses on a trade in case the market moves against them.

  3. Risk-Reward Ratio: The risk-reward ratio is the ratio of potential profit to potential loss on a trade. Traders aim to achieve a favorable risk-reward ratio by setting their profit targets at least twice as large as their stop-loss levels.

  4. Diversification: Diversification is the practice of spreading trading capital across multiple assets or markets to reduce the impact of any single trade on the trader’s portfolio. Diversification helps to mitigate risks associated with individual assets or markets.

  5. Trading Plan: A trading plan is a set of rules and guidelines that traders use to make trading decisions. A trading plan includes entry and exit points, position sizing rules, risk management strategies, and trading goals. By following a trading plan, traders can reduce emotional bias and make more disciplined trading decisions.

These types of trading risk management tools are not mutually exclusive and can be combined to develop a comprehensive risk management strategy. Effective risk management is essential for successful trading and can help traders avoid large losses and maximize profits.

The 1% rule in day trading refers to a trading risk management strategy that limits the maximum amount of capital that a trader can lose on any given trade to 1% of their trading account balance.

The basic idea is that by limiting the amount of money that can be lost on a single trade, a trader can help protect their trading account from significant losses and ensure that they have enough capital to continue trading.

For example, if a trader has a trading account balance of $10,000, they would limit their maximum risk on any given trade to $100 ($10,000 x 1%). This means that if a trade goes against them and the maximum allowable loss is reached, they would exit the trade to limit their losses.

The 1% rule is a widely accepted trading risk management strategy among day traders, but traders should also consider other factors such as the size of their positions, the volatility of the securities being traded, and their overall risk tolerance. It’s also important to regularly review and adjust trading risk management strategies based on changing market conditions and trading performance.

The Traders4Traders course take you into depth on how to manage your risk in more detail.


Risk management in trading refers to the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling potential risks associated with trading in financial markets. The goal of risk management is to minimize potential losses and protect your capital, while still allowing for potential profits.

Here are some key elements of risk management in trading:

  1. Identify and assess risks: Identify and assess potential risks associated with trading, such as market volatility, liquidity risk, credit risk, and operational risk.

  2. Determine risk tolerance: Determine your risk tolerance, which is the amount of risk you’re willing to take on in order to achieve your investment objectives. This will depend on your investment goals, financial situation, and personal preferences.

  3. Develop a risk management strategy: Develop a risk management strategy that outlines how you will manage your risk exposure. This may involve using stop-loss orders, diversifying your portfolio, managing position sizing, and monitoring the market.

  4. Implement the strategy: Implement your risk management strategy and stick to it. Regularly monitor your portfolio and adjust your strategy as needed.

  5. Continuously evaluate and improve: Continuously evaluate your risk management strategy and make improvements as needed. This may involve adjusting your risk tolerance, refining your trading plan, or learning new strategies.

Effective risk management is essential for successful trading in financial markets. By identifying, assessing, and controlling potential risks, traders can minimize potential losses and protect their capital, while still allowing for potential profits.

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Learning through T4T taught me about the process before the trade, no guess work, no emotions. A trade isn't just a trade, you need to know why this trade.
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