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What are some effective strategies or approaches for maximizing the benefits of the encyclopedia? I'm interested in signing up for it, but I have concerns about the large number of slides (around 9000) and my ability to remember all of them. Additionally, some users have mentioned using it as a reference while trading, but I'm unsure how to efficiently navigate through the slides to find relevant information. I know the encyclopedia has proven helpful to many people, but I'm struggling to grasp how I should approach using it to derive similar benefits. If you have experience using the encyclopedia, I would greatly appreciate hearing how you have incorporated it into your study routine or trading practices to enhance your knowledge and skills.
You don't need to figure out how to use the encyclopaedia all upfront. As you keep referring to it, you'll come up with your own way of using it.
Access includes a slide index (in Google Sheets format) that is used to search for the location of relevant slides. You don't memorize slides, per se - at the very least, use them to familiarize yourself with potential outcomes of specific contexts.
I put all my learnings into Anki and review them every day. A typical card may refer to a BTC course video, a BTR recording or an encyclopaedia slide. Sometimes also some video that Al has that are not part of these, but available on the site.
In this sample, the answer refers to a BTR recording (from 2015-01-12), a BTC video (50C) and some encyclopaedia slides (under the codes "Ticks D" and "Ticks D F").
Thanks for your replies. What do you all think of if my plan is to spend 5 hours a day watching the charts, 30-45 minutes doing the end of the day review - going through the trades I take and also charting out the best setups for the day, and finally ending it with maybe 30-60 mins of just studying the charts and trying to understand the market behavior better in hopes that I would be able to spot patterns faster?
great idea! NIKE it!