Here’s a quote I often come back to in times of trouble.
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 VERY important. But you all know that, right?
Ok, great… What else is new?
These past few years, the market has been ramping up, with pauses few and far between.
This is a super short post.
As I sit back and reflect on my journey as a trader –where I was and where I am today– I can clearly point out the things I didn’t get right at first.
For instance, one of the fundamental lessons I’ve learned and come to accept is that control in the markets is an illusion.
In today’s post, I’m going to talk about the single most important thing you need in your life if you want to be successful, in and out of the market.
A few years ago, I met a wise millionaire trader at a trader’s expo in Europe.
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…