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30 Stoic Quotes That Will Immediately Change Your Perspective

30 Stoic Quotes That Will Immediately Change Your Perspective

Need a shift in perspective?

These 30 timeless Stoic quotes will help you calm your mind and pluck up the courage to face whatever the market throws your way.

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Stoicism Series 5-5: How To Be A Stoic Trader In 6 Steps

How To Be A Stoic Trader In 6 Steps

So in the previous posts, I shared some quotes from some of Stoicism’s major leaders – Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca.

If you don’t know what stoicism is, and if you want to know who these people were, check out part 1 of this 5 part series of articles: What Is Stoicism And How It Can Help You Become A Better Trader

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Stoicism Series 4-5: 30 Quotes By Seneca For Traders

Stoicism Series 4-5: 30 Quotes By Seneca For Traders

If you don’t know who Seneca is and are not familiar with the stoic philosophy, make sure you check out the previous articles.

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Stoicism Series 3-5: 30 Quotes By Epictetus For Traders

Stoicism Series 3-5: 30 Quotes By Epictetus For Traders

In today’s article, I want to share 30 quotes by Epictetus. This is part 3 of the Stoicism Series.

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Stoicism Series 2-5: 30 Quotes By Marcus Aurelius For Traders

The things you think about determine the quality of your mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius

Stoicism is a philosophy that was developed in the times of ancient Greece, and it was practiced by many people, both powerful and not.

If you are not familiar with the philosophy and missed the previous article (Part 1 of this 5 part series of articles on Stoicism), check it out: What Is Stoicism, And How Can It Help You Become A Better Trader.

In today’s article, I want to share 30 quotes by Marcus Aurelius. This is part 2 of the Stoicism Series.

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Stoicism Series 1-5: What Is Stoicism And How It Can Help You Become A Better Trader

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. ~ Seneca

First of all, I want to say this: When people usually think of “philosophy,” they think talking or lecturing, or even reading long, dense books… So their eyes glaze over. It’s the last thing they want, let alone something they need. Especially not in trading.

But this is naive.

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