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.

When You fail as a trader

By | December 19, 2018

Failure is part and parcel of trading but till a certain limit. At first if you don’t succeed, try, try again. And when you fail as a trader repeatedly fail and bust your trading account, is it’s wise to continue trading ? Long ago psychologists mapped out something called the inverted U theory of stress and… Read More »

How to avoid Overtrade

By | November 23, 2018

Overtrading refers to excessive buying and selling of stocks by Traders with Hope of making more money. Interestingly lot of traders themselves do not know whether they are overtrading or not, sometimes when they win they tend to over trade because they feel It Their “LUCKY DAY”. Other times they overtrade because they have string of losses and… Read More »

Learn to Conquer Emotions in Trading

By | August 21, 2018

 Trading Emotions Emotions have no place in a day trader, swing trader, or even long term trader’s outlook on their investments. When we try and protect ourselves from fear, we end up resorting back to our habitual instincts to enter into a place of comfort, whether or not that place is reality. We stop taking… Read More »

Trading With Your Own Money

By | August 7, 2018

I will share with you the experience of three bright colleagues who worked as professional traders for a major insurance fund. All three were extremely successful trading at their company. They had a stellar trading record for over ten years; they were in fact the company’s top three traders. Tired of office politics and the… Read More »