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.

The Essence of a Trading Process

By Bramesh | December 5, 2019

At the broadest level, trading consists of analyzing, synthesizing, and doing. Analyzing is extracting information from markets, immersing ourselves in data.  It is our look through the microscope. Synthesizing is assembling those data into a coherent picture, extracting pattern and meaning from the reams of market information.  It is our telescopic view. Doing is taking… Read More »

Qualities of Successful trader: Control EGO and Greed Quotient

By Bramesh | October 19, 2019

An avaricious or keen desire for profits is one of the most prevalent causes of failure in speculation. This weakness is general among traders. They desire “just a little more ” profit. If the stock or commodity bought advances, then that’s proof to them that it will advance further and so they hang on. They… Read More »