Creating a Match Between Our Skills and Trading Goals

In order for us to perform at our very best, it is essential that we match our trading skills with our financial goals. The problem is, many of us either over-estimate our skill level or under-estimate it. This is a mistake that can be quite costly. Ari Kiev, author of the book, “Trading to Win:…

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Repeating the Obvious

A common characteristic that we often see among traders is that we tend to repeat our mistakes. We stray from our risk limits, hold losing trades longer than we should and sell even though our trading plan says not to. Of course, everyone makes mistakes, but especially in the often difficult world of trading, we…

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