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  • Trading psychology: Why you always need to look ahead as a trader
  • Trading is certainly an exciting endeavour and nerve racking. Psychology plays an important part in your trading success. Whilst trading can be frustrating at times, it's crucial you always look ahead and don't dwell on the past. But the uncertainty of what lies ahead can impact the performance of many traders. And in many instances trading success is very much dependent on your own personal... ››› more
  • [07 August 2015]
  • Stop fear dominating your trading decisions… Here's how
  • When money is at stake, it's likely to get your nerves jangling. Think about when you're about to put a trade on. All of a sudden your head is full of what ifs, second guessing your decision. What if the market goes against you as soon as you enter a trade? This fear is a natural reaction to risking money. So how can you overcome your fears when trading? Read on to find out… ... ››› more
  • [29 July 2015]
  • If you have no discipline, trading is not for you
  • There are a number of traits that successful traders possess. Taking the top spot is discipline. If you don't have discipline, chances are you're not going to do very well at trading. So why is discipline so important to be successful at trading? Read on to find out… The importance of discipline as a trader Discipline is a vital trait to possess as a trader. When you trade, ... ››› more
  • [17 July 2015]
  • Overcome the underlying psychology of trading by adopting a ‘robot' mode
  • Having a strategy to follow is a must for any trader. Your trading strategy will help you find entry and exit points into trades and limit your risk. But even if you have the best trading strategy out there, there's a big problem you have to contend with. That problem is your emotions. Unfortunately trading brings emotions out. And they can play havoc with your profits. So what can you do... ››› more
  • [28 May 2015]
  • Trading psychology uncovered: Why you have to let your winners run
  • The stock market adage, cut your losers and let your winners run, is a classic example of a saying that makes perfect sense. But it's a completely different matter putting it into practice. Trying to ignore the interference from your emotions can lead you to do the opposite. That is, cut your winners and let your losers run. So how can you win the battle over your emotions and let your winne... ››› more
  • [27 May 2015]
  • Why you must cut your losers to get ahead trading
  • You've no doubt heard the stock market saying: Cut your losers, let your winners run. Well this saying couldn't be more apt for traders. Hanging onto losing trades will only lead to disappointment. So why is following the advice in this old stock market saying so important? And how can you apply it to your trading? Read on to find out… This saying is one of the hardest pieces of ... ››› more
  • [26 May 2015]
  • Why the trend really is a trader's friend
  • You've most likely heard the stock market adage ‘the trend is your friend'. As a trader, you might want to try to ignore a trend by attempting to time a turning point in the market. But to improve your chances of trading success, you should trade with the trend. Here's why… The ins and outs of a trend A trend describes the general direction in which a financial instrument mov... ››› more
  • [25 May 2015]
  • Achieve trading success by avoiding these five bad habits
  • The psychology behind every trader has a big impact on the way they trade. It's important you identify the emotions that trading triggers and avoid making decisions based on them. So how can you beat your emotions? Read on to find out… How to stop your emotions from interfering with your trading Don’t let emotions negatively impact the success of your trading. To overcome the... ››› more
  • [22 May 2015]
  • How to get to grips with psychology and improve your trading
  • You may not have given it much thought before, but do you know psychology plays a big role in the way you trade? It has a major influence on the trading decisions you make. So what exactly is trader psychology? And how can it influence your trading? Read on to find out… What is trader psychology? Trader psychology is the effect of your emotions and personal outlook on life on y... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
  • Don't let your emotions make your trading decisions for you, here's how…
  • When you begin trading, it's very exciting. But it's only once you start to risk your cash on the market that your emotions really kick in. Unfortunately no amount of trading on a demo account can replicate the emotions you feel when you put your cash on the line. The major culprits that interfere with trading are fear and greed. So what do you need to do to combat these emotions? Read... ››› more
  • [15 May 2015]
  • Why you have to take a risk to be a trader
  • You may have heard the expression: You have to speculate to accumulate. This expression goes hand in hand with trading. Trading involves speculating by putting on trades to accumulate by making a profit. But with this comes high levels of risk. Taking risks fills many people with dread. So how can overcome your fear of taking a risk? Read on to find out… Risk results in fear ... ››› more
  • [13 May 2015]
  • How to become a more relaxed and profitable trader
  • When you trade, the risks are high and it's easy to understand why many traders find the process stressful. But becoming highly stressed out and a bundle of nerves is actually detrimental to your trading. So what can you do to make your trading journey more relaxed? Read on to find out… The emotional rollercoaster ride of trading Trading can put your emotions through the mill. ... ››› more
  • [12 May 2015]
  • Have you got what it takes to be a winning trader?
  • There's nothing to beat getting a trade right and bagging a healthy gain. It's good for the trading ego. But the challenge for many traders is putting a trade on. You want to, but uncertainty starts to creep in. So how can you deal with this? It will ultimately depend on whether you have what it takes to be a successful trader… The underlying psychology of trading When your tra... ››› more
  • [11 May 2015]


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