A key feature to trading successfully is the area of the Psychology of Trading.

The technical analysis and fundamental approaches are key to determining initial trading decisions (when to buy, where to target to exit, at which level is the trade wring, where to exit), whilst risk management allows for control of the trade once imitated, to maximise profits and limit losses, it is the area of Trading Psychology and the ability to preserve discipline and to contain and control emotions and feelings, that is paramount for successful trading.

In this section we will explore the various emotional and psychological aspects that can impair successful trading. Furthermore, we will attempt to provide solutions and strategies that can be employed to help in the control of these emotions and psychological deficiencies.

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Beginner

Even the very best need a coach!

Posted on by Jeff Wecker

I bought a seat at the CBOT in 1980…..jumped into that jungle called the “pits” and traded 30 year bonds with the best the world had to offer. You not only had to find your “edge” and trade well, but you had to dodge pencil points that could stab you in any part of your … Continued

Intermediate

Trade The Market That Is In Front of You

Posted on by Jeff Wecker

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Intermediate

Markets, Moods and Psychology

Posted on by Stephen Pope

Market psychology; the overall feeling that impels buying or selling. Conventional financial theory assumes all investors are rational. Emotional aspect of the market can lead to outcomes that can’t be predicted. The majority of the most successful marketing campaigns have employed the science of “Psychology” in appealing to consumers. It is used in an intelligent … Continued

Intermediate

Five Psychological Steps to Better Trading

Posted on by Steve Miley

1. Education and practice improve performance Trading is often compared with sports and games, and as with these activities successful trading requires applying skills and knowhow in a real time scenario. As with performing well in sports, games or even a talent like music, a successful trader needs time to develop through organized and rigorous … Continued

Beginner

Top Ten Tips for Trading Success

Posted on by Steve Miley

Work Hard! Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do. Pele Nothing in life is for free. As with all skills, the more you work at trading, the better you get at it. There is NOT a … Continued