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11 Aphorisms to Remember when you’re Overthinking your Drawdown

11 Aphorisms To Remember When You’re Overthinking Your Drawdown

It’s always a good idea to trade a system that has been tried and tested – one that you understand thoroughly.

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The One Thing Nobody Tells You About Emotional Control

The One Thing Nobody Tells You About Emotional Control

Of everything in existence, the human mind is definitely the most fascinating thing out there.

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Long Posts

If You Understand This, You’ll Significantly Improve Your Trader’s Mindset

If You Understand This, You'll Significantly Improve Your Trader's Mindset

The death of certain illusions is often accompanied by a significant shift in how you approach trading.  So here’s something that will hopefully help kill one of the most pervasive illusions out there.

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

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

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 irrational and destructive.

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

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Billionaire’s #1 Secret to Success |Ray Dalio Stock Trading Meditation

This is a guest post by AK from the Youtube channel Fallible

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Flexibility — Why Traders Need It And How To Develop It

Flexibility -- Why Traders Need It And How To Develop It

Only when you can be extremely pliable and soft can you be extremely hard and strong. — Zen Proverb

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The Right Mindset — Why Traders Need It

The Right Mindset -- Why Traders Need It

While a statistically tested strategy and an efficient money management technique are essential, the right mindset is what glues everything together.

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A Trader’s Biggest Competition

A Trader's Biggest Competition

There are many reasons why traders have a hard time being (and staying) profitable. I’ve explored many of those reasons in depth on this blog. But as of yet, I haven’t talked about our default mode of measuring and comparing ourselves (and our lives) to others.

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