In today’s post, I want to share a passage from my book, Zero To Hero.
This is a blog post I originally wrote for Paul Koger over at Foxy Trades
Why is it so difficult to succeed as a trader?
Great question, right?
Let me start by eliminating one wrong answer commonly thought to be true: It’s because people can’t find a reliable trading system.
This can’t be true.
[This is an old post from 2015 that I’ve recycled and updated. It was originally written in its entirety on my iPhone while I was at the airport waiting for my flight. ]
For many, the key to achieving consistent profitability in the markets has to do with hard work, persistence, vision, focus, confidence, courage… but I’m here to tell that these are all by-products of something else — something much more powerful that we can all develop.
This is a blog post from 2016 and I’ve updated it to make it more pertinent.
Aspiring traders will often start their journey with a discretionary approach to trading, where they get to decide which trades to make and how to manage them, based on the information available at the time.