Tag Archives: trading psychology

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Overcoming The Fear of Being Wrong ―A Simple Hack

In this short post, I want to share with you what is probably the number one thing that stops you from being a consistently profitable trader and also a quick hack to change it in a handful of days.

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How to Go Through Market Uncertainty With Stability of Mind– A Short Guide

The market likes to throw chaos our way. Uncertainty is its nature.

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50 Things Every Trader Needs To Hear

Trading is quite an adventure. While there are great days, there are also days where you feel like you are living in your biggest nightmare.

In this post, I’d like to share some advice; offer a few words of wisdom.

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How Traders Can Improve Their Self-Discipline For Superior results

Trading takes a lot of self-discipline. Self-discipline gets you consistency, and consistency makes success achievable within an acceptable amount of time.

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Long Posts

Do This And You’ll Forever Change How You Approach Trading (And Your Life)

Did you ever stop and notice what goes on in your mind when you’re trading – the kind of thoughts and feelings that arise?

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Bitter Trader, Unprofitable Trader. Here’s Why That is True, And What You Can Do About it

Over the course of our lives, we run across all types of adverse situations.

Some examples might include you losing your job; you’re backstabbed by a member of your inner circle, your love interest rejects you, you lose a good chunk of your capital in the market.

Most of those situations have the potential to make us wiser, but notice how easy it is for them to instead make us bitter.

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How to Take a Trading Loss Like A Pro

My goal here at Trading Composure is to help show people what trading is all about – it’s not just about trading systems, analysis, and risk management. There’s also a mindset component to it all that too many people ignore.

And because they ignore it, they never really get to a point where they can deliver predictable results in the market.

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