Category Archives: Trading Psychology

Trading psychology is ‘something’ that a trader creates from existing personality traits that are not initially related to trading, but surface from trading without method understanding.


By | April 17, 2017

W.D.Gann’s Rules: No One Owes You Anything You must succeed on your own. It is all up to you. The markets, stockbrokers, brokerage firms, news letters don’t owe you anything. Gann never took anyone’s newsletter. He did it all himself. The markets are there to provide you a service for buying and selling the markets you are trading.… Read More »

How to Avoid the Trading Inconsistently

By | April 14, 2017

Have you ever experienced a trading InConsistently ? Inconsistent Trading  is the cycle of successfully making money for a certain period of time, and then becoming overconfident and careless, which usually leads to losing trades. Most of traders at certain point of time has gone through the cycle of Inconsistent  trading. In fact, we experience… Read More »

Mastering the Mental Game

By | April 5, 2017

As per my experience in trading for 10+ years , the biggest obstacles for trader long term survival is Managing risk in trading Trading on your trusted and winning trading strategy Even if you control your risk on every trade and have a trading strategy that is a winner in the long term you can… Read More »

Successful traders have a lot to learn from sportsmen

By | March 23, 2017

If you ever met a successful trader one thing you would have noticed most of them in some part of there life were related to sports. What’s the connection between being an  sportsman and stock market trader? I believe it has everything to do with the qualities and the mindset that these individuals have. I… Read More »

Why Trading Goals are Important ?

By | March 22, 2017

Setting clear, specific written goals can have an incredible effect on the levels of performance that you achieve. Goals are desired outcomes. They are what we would like to achieve. In Sportsmind, Jeffrey Hodges states that “only about 5% of people surveyed are goal setters and less than 1% have written down goals”. Given how… Read More »

Trade Outside Your Comfort Zone

By | March 21, 2017

Whenever someone’s perception departs from their expectations, their heart rate inevitably rises – some people handle deviations better than others, but everyone ultimately has a breaking point. We have  always stressed that Trading is doing the same thing again and again , deliberate practice and repetition enables you to work on your trading flaws and determine what… Read More »