Reclaiming Control Over Our Emotions

If we were to think about what our ideal relationship with the markets would be, it would probably look something like the following: a stock reaches our entry point, we implement our trading plan, we wait it out and then collect our profits. It sounds nice doesn’t it? We may sometimes experience this ideal version…

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Emotional Trading

What we call evil is simply ignorance bumping its head in the dark. – Henry Ford Emotions are one of the biggest risk factors when trading as it is almost impossible to prevent them interfering with our thoughts and actions. Indeed there are times when emotional responses are good and provide a response to market…

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