Tag Archives: Trading Psychology

Why Human Nature Works Against You as a Trader

By | June 28, 2014

In this article, we attempt to look at the psychological elements of trade, risk, and money management as presented in the  Successful Traders research series. The goal of trading is to make money by forecasting future price movements.This is inherently difficult because, as human beings, we cannot tell the future. Surely many new traders analyze… Read More »

How Do Professional Traders Control Emotion?

By | June 7, 2013

One of the most successful trait of Professional traders have is ability to control their emotions. So Lets discuss today how an amateur traders can also acquire skills to control their emotion in the heat of moment when quick decision needs to be taken during trading . Use Your Brain I definitely think every trader… Read More »

Why traders are unable to cut their trading losses?

By | March 8, 2013

Nifty has been rallying from past 1 week, 260 points in 5 days. Most of traders were bearish were holding shorts. With such sudden spurt many traders are caught of wrong foot and now finding it difficult to cut their trading looses and go with the main trend. The fear most of traders have What… Read More »

The Importance of Psychology in Trading

By | August 3, 2012

This is part of the all-important–but sometimes overlooked–aspect of “trading psychology.” I will admit that when I first got into this fascinating business, I was skeptical of the whole “trader psychology” thing. My main concern at that time was learning as much about markets and technical analysis as I could–and my trading mentality or psychology… Read More »

Trading Psychology Edge

By | July 13, 2012

                                                    Traders Best weapon 1.Control Your Ego “Everyone wants to feel like a winner. It’s tempting to pat ourselves on the back for making a winning trade, but it’s essential to face the facts: Many times a winning trade is a combination of an astute insight AND being at the right place at the right… Read More »