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How To Prosper At Forex Trading – Leverage & The K-Factor

How To Prosper At Forex Trading – Leverage & The K-Factor

One of the big reasons that forex trading is an entirely different animal than stock trading or futures trading is leverage. Forex trading leverage can be enormous, as high as 400:1, and in most cases you get to choose the amount of leverage or gearing you want to trade with.

Super high leverage is a selling point for many online forex brokers. How many times have you seen the tout ‘control 0,000 of euro for 0’? Those numbers are correct, and, yes, the profit potential of super high leverage is compelling.

This article neither encourages nor discourages forex trading at super high leverage. That’s a personal decision, but a decision that can only be made sensibly with a professional understanding of all the implications of leverage and what they mean to your chances of prospering at forex trading. It’s probably fair to say that unless you have a professional understanding of leverage that your chance of even surviving at forex trading is slim to none.

One of the fundamental terms of forex trading is PIP. You will see that XYZ Broker charges 3 PIP per deal, or that the XY currency pair has an average daily range of 100 PIP. We all know that the value of a PIP is a variable that differs with each currency pair, but did you know that the value of a PIP also varies with the current price of the base currency, and with the gearing on your account?

For example, with EUR/USD at 1.2723 and leverage at 100:1 the amount of a PIP is .86. At 200:1 leverage the PIP value doubles to .72. For forex traders with different gearing a 100 PIP move means entirely different things to their account equity.

Here’s a new way to look at leverage with the “K Factor”. The three most common leverage ratios available from online forex brokers are 50:1, 100:1 and 200:1. The K Factor for the 100:1 leverage ratio is 1. The K Factor for the leverage ratio of 50:1 is .50, and the K Factor for the leverage ratio of 200:1 is 2.

How can you use the K Factor?

There are three ways to use the K Factor. The first is using the K Factor to calculate the value of a PIP for the currency pair you are trading.

Since 100,000 individual currency units (usually dollars or euros) is the normal size of a single lot you can calculate the value of a PIP with this formula:

(100,000/current price with no decimal) * K Factor = PIP

Here’s an example: The EUR/USD current price is 1.2723 and your leverage is 100:1. With these facts the formula is:

(100000/12723) * 1 = 7.86.

The value of a PIP is .86. If your forex broker executes your trade at a spread of 4 PIPs you are paying .44 for executing the trade whatever euphemism the broker happens to be using for ‘commission’. If your leverage or gearing is 200:1 that execution will cost you .88.

The second way you can use PIP and the K Factor is to quickly determine the potential profit in a trade, or to know to a certainty the actual dollar risk in a stop-loss setting.

For example, if you go long the EUR/USD at 1.2723 and anticipate a move to 1.2850 what profit can you anticipate at 100:1 gearing?

12850 – 12723 = 127 PIP * 7.86 = 8.22 – execution cost.

If you objectively set your stop loss at 1.2715 what amount are you risking in this trade?

12723 – 12715 = 8 PIP * 7.86 = .88 + execution cost.

The third way to use the K Factor is to avoid what the forex brokers call the “safety net”, and what I call “kill but do not dismember.”

Margin is not a down payment. It’s cash-on-hand, your cash, that the broker uses to protect its own capital account from your mistakes. That’s all well and good because the global forex market will continue to work only if all participating brokers have adequate capital to meet their customers’ settlement obligations.

If losses from current open positions cause the equity in your account to fall below that required to maintain the total number of open positions, the broker’s trading platform will immediately close all your open positions, even when the unrealized loss on any individual position is quite small. Your loss is the aggregate number of PIP per position * K Factor + execution costs. In almost every case that’s just about everything in your account. This is the broker’s safety net because you will not lose more cash than you had in your account (as can and does happen with commodities futures accounts.)

The formula is:

(Starting Balance – Open Position Losses) / ((,000/K Factor)* No. Open Positions) -1 < 10% = Kill But Do Not Dismember.

Most if not all broker platforms keep a running balance of your available margin to help you avoid this fatal situation. If you intend to trade multiple positions and fade into suspected price turning points you should consider setting up this formula in a spreadsheet so that you get an early warning long before the situation goes critical.

Mini accounts are based on 10,000 individual currency units with different margin requirements so make the necessary adjustment in the above formulas before doing the calculations

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Revisiting Trading

Revisiting Trading

Just like your typical job, trading requires some type of work on your part. It is similar to a race where you will finish victorious on the finish line if you had made the necessary practice, preparation and hard work. It just has the minor difference of not being able to instantly reap the rewards and gratification as what a typical runner would after running the race since trading doesn’t provide you with short cuts but requires a defined plan that you think will work for you.

Long gone were the days when stock brokers had to help you with your financial decisions. The information technology age with the aid of your reliable computer and the information highway has helped paved the way for anybody to gain control of their financial destiny even if you are in the confines of your home as long as you have an internet connection. But before you jump on the bandwagon of trading stocks and the like, it is very important that you arm yourself with the necessary armor in the same manner as soldiers prepare themselves for battle.

Just like the runner, the race may be just for a mile run but what would ultimately determine his or her victory would be the practice and the preparation prior to the race that could take months. Reading, researching, studying and testing are important before you actually understand and get a grasp of the trading market. It may even take a couple of months before you even make a trade. This is a serious matter but technology has helped people who may be neophytes or beginners to be able to simulate trading and discover a tried and tested system that will suit them.

There are numerous styles of trading and there can even be combinations of them but it will all boil down as to whether you are an investor or a trader. You will determine which style will work for you and best suit your needs. An investor will hold things for months and even for years. Traders will easily trade off in a shorter period of time.

Determine for yourself which type you will typically fall under. This can be determined if you assess your tolerance for risks and you define your financial goals. After defining your style you can make the decision as to the various alternatives that you could trade like stocks, commodities, options, forex, etc.

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Quick And Simple Facts About Futures Trading

Quick And Simple Facts About Futures Trading

The first thing that you have to know about futures trading is that this is different from the trading that happens on the stock market. It is sort of speculating the future prices of the commodities that you will be trading.

The known locations where this kind of trading happens include the following.

1. New York Mercantile
2. Chicago Board of Trade
3. New York Cotton Exchange
4. Chicago Mercantile Exchange

As for the futures markets, here are some of the most popular that are being traded these days.

1. Currency trading.

This is widely known as the FOREX that stands for the foreign exchange. This involves the process of buying and selling whatever currency the trader chooses to bet on. The trader will study the movement of the economy of the countries where the currencies come from. This way, they will be able to strategize whether they are gambling on a good investment or if it will be better to wait for some time before trading in. Some of the well-known currencies that are being traded on for this purpose include the British Pound, Japanese Yen and the US Dollar.

2. Agriculture.

This actually has a broad scope. This will all depend on the crops that the farmers grow and the people who are interested with such. For example in the case of wheat, a farmer will sell the futures of his crop if he thinks that its price will go down before he could even harvest it. But if a bread manufacturer thinks that the prices of wheat will rise before its harvest, he will decide in buying its futures.

And that is only an example. There are many crops and produce that this department can produce. Aside from wheat, the popular ones that are being traded in the markets include corn futures and soybean.

3. Energy Futures.

Just by hearing what this is called, you will know that this kind deals with the likes of gas and the oil futures. The market for this one has got to do with anything that fuels and lights up people’s lives.

4. Interest Rate.

This center of this type revolves not only with interest rates but also with bonds and other kinds of financial transactions.

5. Foods.

Were you surprised to hear that this can also be traded? The well-known in this arena are those commodities that have value and are popular to many such as sugar, coffee as well as orange juice.

6. Metals.

This is actually known and is becoming more and more popular through the years. The most common materials being traded for this sector include the kinds of metals like silver and gold.

Now that you have gained such insight, the next thing that you have to do is to continue researching about the kind of trade that you want to venture into. You must never tire out from educating yourself in this regard. This will be your ally as you go on in the process. You must never enter into any transactions without fully understanding the risks that you will be up to and how are you going to earn in the process.

Futures trading can be beneficial once you know how to move to the groove. It may be a rocky start. But once you find your strengths and your movement, you can then proceed with the more complex part of the matter. As you go along, continue learning through your own as well as other people’s experiences. This can result to success and improvement with regards to strategizing.

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Tips To Improve Your Forex Trading Experience

Tips To Improve Your Forex Trading Experience

If you want to start making a few extra bucks whenever you have some spare time, then you should consider getting into forex. A lot of people these days, are thinking about getting into forex but are hesitant because they don’t know where to start. Well, right here is a good place to get started, as this article contains many tips you can use towards gaining success with forex.

Consider getting email or even mobile alerts from your forex trading account. These alerts can let you know when a potentially profitable trade is occurring. Some forex brokers even have applications that allow you to trade through your forex account, using your phone. This ensures that you never miss an opportunity to profit.

A great tip to avoid risking too much of your money is to grow your account through organic gains rather then continuously adding deposits. It may be tempting to increase the size of your portfolio by depositing more money into your account to make trades but you are actually just increasing the risk instead of the profits.

To be successful in forex trading, study your successes and failures analytically by keeping a journal of your trading activity. Scrutinize your mistakes and accomplishments to learn what methods work and what methods do not. This practice prevents you from continuously making the same mistakes, and highlights the methods that succeed.

Do not expect constant profits from your forex trading experience. The forex market relies on playing probabilities. It is inevitable that the probabilities will not always work out in your favor. Do not get discouraged when one of your deals fails to meet your expectations. Learn what you can from the trade and improve your position on subsequent deals.

Withdraw some of your winnings regularly. If you do not take the time to enjoy what you have won, you will be more likely to take unnecessary risks. Do not reinvest it all back into trades hoping to double your winnings, or you may find yourself broke and out of the game.

Figure out what you want your goals to be when forex trading and then stick to them. If things get bad it’s important to stick it out until they get good again. Forex will always be up and down, so it’s a matter of having patience until you start back on the upswing.

Day trading is not an effective strategy in forex trading, so if that was your plan, stop now. Ask any trader who has a real track record and they’ll tell you that forex goes far beyond the typical day trading of the stock market, therefore your strategies must be far more comprehensive to be successful.

Now that you have an idea of how to get started and what to do, you should start to feel confident about forex. Just remember that you want to learn as much as you can, so you can take the best steps towards making as much of a profit as possible.

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How To Master Your Forex Trading Career (2)

How To Master Your Forex Trading Career

The more potential there is to profit with any type of business or system, the more uninformed people you have falling on top of one another, in order to make the money. Make sure that you’re not amongst the unskilled when you trade with the Forex platform. Use these tips to learn how to invest wisely.

Try to have “buy” trades open during rollover, which occurs at 5pm EST unless you are trading USD/CAD. This provides a bit of free profit for your trade as the rollover fee is in your favor. This will either mitigate a loss or add to a win, either way it is good for your portfolio.

Choose your trades wisely. Your Reward to Risk Ratio should be at least 2-to-1. If you see a setup that shows high probability, utilize confluence and one more indicator to help you make the decision as to whether or not you want to trade it. It’s a lot better to pass a risky trade by than to jump into it too fast and end up losing money.

You have to understand that Forex is a global market and not just a market that operates in your country. This means it’s larger than the London Stock Exchange or anything Wall Street could ever dream up. If you understand the scale of Forex, you will be more likely to approach it with the necessary caution.

After you have gotten your feet wet in forex, take the time to learn about some of the different analysis methods and see if something new may work for your trading style. Technical, fundamental, wave and complex are all types of forex analysis that you may not have considered in the early days of trading.

Periodically evaluate your skills. Don’t judge your success or failure on one single trade. Analyze the data for a longer specific period of time. You can’t think about the end result every time you close a position. Winning strategies include both losses and gains, and you win when the gains outweigh the losses over the long run.

Before jumping into Forex trading, have a good understanding of leverage and trading in general. The general rule would be that a lower leverage is better. Having this basic understanding will help you to choose packages that are best suited for you. Beginners should consult their broker, as well as participate in some self education.

It’s a safer trading strategy to divide up your investments into many different parts. Instead of putting most or all of your money on a single trade, do many smaller trades. This way, if some of them end up as losses, you will still have plenty of chances to balance them out with gains.

Not everyone is going to be a wise investor with Forex. Some people are inevitably going to lose their money. After all, if everyone profited, then the platform wouldn’t be able to sustain itself. At least 50% need to lose and as it stands now, about 85% lose. Make sure you read and implement these tips so that you’re never on the losing end.

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Trading with Support and Resistance

Trading with Support and Resistance

Support and resistance has long been a staple in trading indicators. Support and resistance is a simple concept that has its roots in the supply and demand theory. When looking at a chart you see price action that appears to be random but, by adding support and resistance theory to the equation you will see that the price movements are not always random. I first noticed this before I started trading. I used to watch the stock ticker on T.V. and over time I noticed that at certain price levels on the Dow Jones Industrial Average would seem to have difficulty breaking throughsome price levels. It was more obvious when the price tried to move through round numbers.

As prices go up there comes a point when the traders feel that the price is to high and the buyers will slow. This is called resistance. Generally, for a price area to be called resistance you will have to have 3 or more hits on or very near the same price. The same rules apply to support but, this term describes the failure of prices to continue going down. Once a price goes down to a point the prices is viewed as being a good deal. Much the same way a store puts things on sale. When the sale price in effect their are usually more buyers willing to purchase. The markets work the same way. The more hits on a price level the stronger that support or resistance is believed to be.

Many times there may be no good explanation for a support or resistance level other than people believe in it. Often this is enough to cause the market to stall or reverse direction. Perception is often the motivation behind the markets price movements. I have saw prices move drastically because of rumors. On the other hand I have seen very little movement in prices following what you would think to be an important announcement.

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Trading the FOREX, your most profitable investment opportunity?

Trading the FOREX, your most profitable investment opportunity?

Forex stands for the Foreign Exchange market, or Forex (FX). The foreign exchange market (FOREX) is the largest financial market in the world, with a volume of over .5 trillion daily in the US alone; more than three times the total amount of the US Equity and Treasury markets combined.

Traditionally, investors only way to gain access to the foreign exchange market was through banks that transacted large amounts of currencies for commercial and investment uses. Now because of federal rule changes, Forex trading is no longer a monopoly of the banks and investment houses, that means you too can enter and profit from the largest financial market in existence.

Forex trading is an alternative to the unpredictable fluctuations and ups and downs of the other markets. Trading is about making money and the opportunities in this market are boundless, they far exceed the slim pickings in the other markets.

Today, foreign exchange market brokers are able to offer small traders like you and me the opportunity to buy or sell any number of smaller money lots with the option to trade them at the same rates and price movements as the big players who once dominated the market.

You can start with as little as US $ 300 in your account, and you would be surprised to find out that trading currencies is far less risky than any other kind of trading. And that is why before long all the other traders won’t fail to discover the FX market and the immense wealth creation possibilities it has to offer. This is your time to get in one of the biggest, and most exciting, opportunities that has come along in decades, and you can learn forex trading strategies easily, there is even a free course “Forex Freedom” you can grab and start on your way to Forex profits.

Still need more reasons to give the Forex trading your full attention?
There are many different advantages to trading forex instead of futures or stocks:

1.Lower margin

The margin requirements that are needed for trading futures are usually around 5% of the full value of the holding, or 50% of the total value of the stocks, the margin requirements for forex are about 1%. For example, the margin required to trade foreign exchange is 00 for every 0,000. That means trading forex, your money can play with 5 times as much value of product as a futures trader’s, or 50 times more than a stock trader’s.
When you are trading on margin, this can be a very profitable but it’s important that you understand the risks that are involved as well. Here is where a great Forex trading course comes in to help and support you all the way to real profits.

2. No commission and no exchange fees

When you trade in futures, you have to pay exchange and brokerage fees. Trading forex has the advantage of being commission free, which is much better for you. Currency trading is a worldwide inter-bank market that allows buyers to find sellers in an instant.

3. Limited risk and guaranteed stops

When you are trading futures, your risk can be unlimited. For example, if the price for an item falls dramatically, you can’t leave your position and this could wipe out the entire equity in your account as a result. If the price keeps falling, you have to find more money to make up for the deficit in your account.

4. 24 hours marketplace

With futures, you are generally limited to trading only during the few hours that each market is open in any one day. Unlike other financial markets, the Forex market has no physical location, no central exchange. It operates through an electronic network of banks, corporations and individuals trading one currency for another. Forex market operates 24/5. You can trade any time you like from Monday to Friday.

5. Free marketplace

Foreign exchange is perhaps the largest market in the world about $ 1,9 trillion and with the huge number of people trading forex around the globe, it is very hard for even governments to control the price of their own currency, the prices are fair.

6.You Can make money in rising and falling markets

There are no restrictions to sell currencies short, which means that with forex currency trading you can make money just as easily in rising and falling markets.

Forex trading is simply a great alternative to futures and commodities trading. Unless you are a broker, you will likely want to get some help in forex trading to help ensure that you are successful with it. As with all trading, there are always some risks involved, but if you follow the tips and teachings of people who made the Forex easy to trade, there is nothing which can stand between you and substantial profits.

Now I ma sure you have some questions like:

Where do you start?
Who would teach you the great profitable strategies?
Who would mentor you so your risks are minimalized?
Who would explain to you the special Forex terminology and its nuts and bolts?
Who would show you how to trade the Forex for profits working just a few hours the week?

The easiest way to get started is to get the free course “Forex Freedom” and study it carefully. You will see and feel the advantages of such an investment over all other kind of investments and you know you can start with as little as 0. Seize your chance now because it might be like having your own licence to print money on demand.

Karima Begag

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Stock Trading Psychology

Stock Trading Psychology

Many of today’s highly successful traders will tell you that the general key to success in trading is to be able to comfortably take a loss. It is general knowledge among experts in the trading psychology field and among traders that the market is not predictable and it is safe to say that it never will be. In the world of trading, it is expected to take a loss; even those who are highly skilled traders know that it is inevitable. With that said, let us have a look at things you as a trader should be aware of, how you can take a loss effectively and use it towards the greater good of your trading world.

Trading psychology tells us that when a trader loses he begins to become somewhat of a perfectionist in his dealing. Many traders think that in trading, a good day will always be one that is profitable. Trading psychology experts tells us this is not true. A trader should define a good day as one where they have extensively researched and planned with discipline and focus, and have followed through to the entire extent of the plan. Yes, when a trader has mastered the art of accepting losses and working through them with a well thought out plan then good days will become profitable in time.

Because the art of trading in an unpredictable market fluctuates so greatly from one day to the next, experts in trading psychology believe that it is important that you concentrate on what you can control, instead of things that are beyond your control. Looking into the short-term you cannot expect to be able to control the profits of your trading. With that said, look at what you do you have ability to control.

You do have the ability to control the difference between good and bad days. You are able to control this factor by extensively researching the strategies you implement within your trading experiences. By learning to research your chosen strategies, thus controlling the amount of good and bad trading days you experience, you will, in the long-term begin to generate profits, which is the ultimate goal of every trader.

Trading psychology experts tell us that it is important to become realistic in trading instead of becoming a perfectionist. Perfectionist traders, relate a loss with failure, and will become obsessed with the failure, focusing only upon it. Realistic traders understand the unpredictability of the market and taking a loss is simply part of the art. The main key you must remember in trading psychology to be able to effectively limit your losses, instead of becoming obsessed with them. A common thing seen within the trading psychology world is that traders who are obsessed with their losses often have a hard time bouncing back from them, thus losing in the end.

Experts in trading psychology have organized three basic strategies you can use to effectively stop losses. These strategies are:

• Price Based
• Time Based
• Indicator Based

Stops that are priced based are generally used when the other two have not functioned. To make this work you will need to make hypothesis’s about the trade and identify a low point in that particular market. Then you will set your trade entries near your points, thus making sure that losses will not be overly excessive if the hypothesis fails.

Time Based stops constitutes making use of your time. Designate a holding period you allow to capture a certain number of points. If you have no achieved your desired profit within that time limit, you should stop the trade. If effectively used you should stop even if the price stop limit has not been achieved.

The Indicator based stop makes use of market indicators. As a trader, you should be aware of these indicators and utilize them extensively within your trading experiences. Look at indicators such as, volume, advances, declines, and new highs and lows.

Experts in trading psychology say that setting stops and rehearsing them mentally is a good psychological tool to use and will help ensure that you follow through.

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Why Is A Mentor Necessary To Succeed At Forex (FX) Currency Trading?

Why Is A Mentor Necessary To Succeed At Forex (FX) Currency Trading?

Forex (foreign exchange) trading, which is buying one currency while concurrently selling another, is getting a considerable amount of press as an attractive alternative to trading on the stock exchange. Among the reasons of Forex trading becoming a popular alternative is that Forex provides a 24-hour market, lower transaction fees, and no one entity can corner the market because of its sheer vastness. The drawback is that it is not easy to learn Forex trading on your own. While it can be done, the lessons can be relatively expensive.

A Forex mentor will help you learn the ropes of Forex currency trading. With so many people out there offering the same service with different methods of delivery, how do you determine which method of learning is best for you?

With all the e-courses, videos, books, and seminars that are easily available online and offline for a price, it is difficult for you as the consumer to guess which one will be the one that clicks for you. You have to examine several options before purchasing one that works and some people go through several methods and never find one that actually helps them learn Forex trading. While this is not rocket science, it can be quite confusing and a little knowledge can be more dangerous and expensive than a true education.

I’m not saying that a four-year degree is necessary, nor are college courses in Forex trading, but a proper education is never a bad idea, especially when you’re putting your money on the line. Investing in books, videos and seminars is a great plan if those things work for you and you feel that you are prepared properly and adequately for Forex trading once you’ve completed the material. If this is the case, then it is money well spent. Most people, however, end up with more questions from these sources than answers.

This is why I suggest a mentor to assist you in the process of learning Forex. A mentor is a teacher, guide and companion on your journey. A Forex mentor is someone who will use his experiences in Forex trading to teach you the necessary skills to be successful. He will use his past successes and failures as examples to help you get started. He will help you identify your best method of learning and choose materials that will assist you according to what you need. A mentor will save you countless hours of research that will not help you as well as thousands of dollars purchasing ineffective material. You are also likely to find that you are making profitable currency trades much sooner than you would have been without utilizing the services of a mentor. ( Part II )

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How To Strengthen Your Trading Mindset

How To Strengthen Your Trading Mindset

To be able to succeed at trading, you must be fully aware of how to strengthen your trading mindset.

Trying your luck at trading is as good as trying your luck at a card game table in a casino, you take a gamble byt placing your bet on what you consider your aces, try to establish a fallback position by managing your risks and how to play with your cards to make the most out of every possible gambling situation you are in, whether you win or lose.

Here are some common tips on how to strengthen your trading mindset.

Always take full responsibility for your trading decisions.

As a rule of thumb, most investors simply follow the crowd, but successful traders make up their own minds.

Although you should always be open to good advice from other experts, but the final and ultimate decision rests upon you and not with anybody else.

You can always try to focus on the opportunity to learn since there’s plenty of it, but don’t let it cloud your perspective or determine the choices you make.

Avoid the pitfalls of over-trading.

There are basically two types of over-trading – trading too often and trading too many shares.

If you are trading too often, remind yourself that there’s really no good reason to trade constantly, since extreme over-trading creates stress, produces high commissions but sometimes often leads to losses.

This is so because market forces do not last forever and time has shown various examples of the law of gravity in the trading market- that whatever comes up must go down.

Instead of grabbing every stock that comes along, make sure each trade setup meets the criteria of your trading plan, don’t be too over cocky or too selfish.

To prevent trading too many shares, use a risk calculator to determine the appropriate position size before you click the enter button. It relieves stress to know that the amount at risk for each position you hold is safely proportioned to the size of your entire account, this is asset management at work.

Always go easy on yourself.

There’s a tendency for traders who take responsibilty for their actions to be tough on themselves.

After all, this gives credence to the saying that ‘do not cry over spilled milk.’

This could be a good opportunity for some positive self-criticism, but don’t slam yourself too hard or too often, since even the best traders make mistakes.

When you do, learn from them quickly and then let it go.

Avoid yelling at yourself, as self inflicted psychological damage is tough to overcome, so it’s best to avoid it entirely.

Always think like a winner.

Thinking like a winner turns you into a winner, since the sum of your thoughts has an interesting way of showing up in your life.

Thoughts are like muscles, the ones you use the most will grow to become the strongest. Work on the thoughts you want to develop and focus on them regularly, since it has the tendency to become action, action become habits, and habits determine results.

Always think of success and you are much more to be on your way to success.

Lastly, take every effort to relax.

Even though trading is serious business, the best traders know how to laugh – especially at themselves.

Having fun and enjoying at what you do is a very good motivator to give you focus on making money and earning it on trading.

So know how to strengthen your trading mindset and be on your way to success.

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