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Daniel Goleman: Channeling emotions toward a productive end

 

Successful trading doesn’t happen when you’ve gotten rid of emotions. Rather it happens when you finally know what to do with them.

Today I bring you a quote from Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ

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When to trade

You create your own opportunities

Today I’m feeling sad. I don’t know why. Things are going rather well for me but, for some reason, my mindset is not at its best.

And it’s Ok. Thoughts and emotions come and go, and it’s important to let ourselves feel them fully instead of ignoring them or denying them their existence.

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Making peace with your trading losses

A person who hasn’t made peace with his losses is likely to accept gambles that would be unacceptable to him otherwise.

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The back fire effect: What you need to know

Backfire effect: What you need to know

This week I wanted to share an article that I came across and it’s about the backfire effect, a cognitive bias that has caught a lot of attention recently.

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Replacing fear-based reactions with mindful responses

So I guess I’m making it a ritual to share a passage from a book or a quote every week…

I like it! And I hope you do too.

I’m always amazed by how much I’ve learned about trading from books that are not trading-related. They’ve provided me with the deepest insights into my own behavior.

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Past/future obsession: How it’s killing your trading performance

Alan Watts was a British philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known for translating and popularizing Eastern philosophies for a Western audience.

Below is an insightful quote from him…

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Executive function skills: why you need to develop them – and fast!

The executive function lives in a little chunk of your frontal lobe

In a nutshell, the ability to trade successfully (the ability to do what needs to be done for the sake of your longer term results) depends on something called executive function, which lives in a little chunk of your frontal lobe.

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An Amazing 2017

An Amazing 2017

Start 2017 on the right track with this new Trading For A Living Course

If you’re anything like me, you’ve struggled a lot with trading.

You’ve been wondering how some people are able to make a living trading the markets, but so far, the answer has remained elusive….

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