On relationships and strategies

Written by on March 29, 2017 in psychology of trading
On relationships and strategies

Today I’m going to write about relationships and how they can help you in your investing life. We’ve all had relationship, right? (If you didn’t, stop reading this, get off your ass and get out there!) One of the factors … Continue reading

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A Disguised Fear of Loss and the Future

Written by on September 6, 2013 in psychology of trading

Steve stared at the set-up. It was a close match for what he was seeking. He had seen this pattern emerge many times before and was comfortable that this was a high probability trade – right in line with his … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Hard-Working Trader

Written by on September 6, 2013 in psychology of trading

I’m about to pull out what little hair I have left. I keep running into the same brick wall over and again. I’ve been trading 5 years and I win consistently when “play money” is on the table. But the … Continue reading

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Acquiring a Trader’s State of Mind

Written by on September 6, 2013 in psychology of trading

What mind do you bring to your trading day? Can you be specific about describing that mind? Have you intentionally organized your mind for the performance of trading centered in patient discipline? Is this carefully prepared mind rehearsed BEFORE you … Continue reading

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