Take control

Taking control of your trading begins with understanding where you’re at in your trading journey. If you’re not seeing the results that you want from your trading, you have no one to blame but yourself. There’re endless number of profitable strategies that exists and if your strategy made it past initial testing, back testing and demo trading phases, then I’m sorry to say but, it’s not the system that’s all of a sudden failing…It’s you. Believe it or not, most traders don’t have a problem finding winning trades. A system/strategy with a positive expectancy means that the trader has an edge over the market. It’s impossible to predict the outcome of any given trade, but when trading with an e

Developing a Trading Plan

Your goal as a trader should be the same as your goal is in life. To get better every single day that you were the day before. The market favors the prepared mind, so always have a trade plan and never stop educating and developing yourself. Trading is an art that is never fully mastered! Just build upon! Find your motivation and keep it with you everyday while trading. Think about what motivates you to be a successful trader before entering the market each day. Trading is a beautiful thing and enjoyable but as a professional trader, there has to be a greater reason other than trading that pushes you to success. Just like profits are a by­product of you trading correctly; I believe trading i

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