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Quick Lesson For Trend Traders ** Hint: Don’t Get Off The Plane!

Quick Lesson For Trend Traders ** Hint: Don’t Get Off The Plane!

This is a guest post by @ZFXtradingspeculatorstrading.com

Picture this: You and a bunch of random guys are given a free ticket to fly to an all-inclusive ski resort with the full gear, in Toronto.

You lucky guy!

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The Most Common Obstacle To Trading Mastery, And Its Antidote

In trading, patience is not just a virtue. It’s gold! Sometimes you can accomplish the most by doing nothing.

Impatience is one of the most common forms of resistance to the practice of good trading.

In a way, it represents your mind’s attempts to hold on, to solve a problem where there is none, thereby creating one in that process.

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The Imprisonment That Is The Thinking Mind

In today’s short post, I bring you a quote by Osho, a controversial Indian thinker, mystic, and guru.

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The Most Unconventional Way To Learn Discipline

In short, here’s how: Every day, Do things that are HARD.

Run that extra mile. Read a few more pages. Take that cold shower. Meditate a little longer. Spend a little less time on your phone.

In everything that you do, Push a little harder!

Do your best, no matter what you do.

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You Won’t Stop Making Trading Errors Until You Do This

Body Awareness- The doorway out of the prison of blind reactivity

We’ve all done it before… we have a plan, we come in the market well prepared, but then, we end up behaving in ways that are destructive.

It hurts! So, naturally, we resolve to behave differently in the future.

The entrenched belief is that the way to change behavior A is to begin behavior B.

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Extremely Short Guide – How To Become An Emotionally Stable Trader (really)

We think we react to events in the outside world, to memories, thoughts of future, etc., but in fact, in each and every moment, we are constantly reacting to sensations within our body.

This is an extremely short and straight to the point guide to becoming an emotionally stable trader.

I won’t bore you with the same old platitudes – control your risk, don’t overtrade, follow your plan…

Those are all very important. But you all know that, right?

Ok, great… What else is new?

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Around The World, Day Trading The SPY

My newest book, Around The World, Day Trading The SPY, is available on Amazon for FREE until Tuesday.

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Understanding The Background Of Impulses

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  ― Viktor E. Frankl

We all behave impulsively from time to time…

 We talk without considering whether we might be hurting the person next to us.

 We eat that last piece of pie even though we’re on a diet.

 We’re driving, someone recklessly cuts in front of us, and so we feel an urgent need to lash out at him.

 We buy and sell where we really shouldn’t, without thinking through the consequences.

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