5 Must Read Trading Psychology Books

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What separates a winning trader from a losing trader is psychology. Trading psychology, for those new to the subject, refers to the emotional aspects dictating a trader’s decisions. Irrespective of the trading plan employed, good psychology is a must-have trait for any trader. Learning to govern emotions and develop good decision-making skills will, unequivocally, improve … Continue reading 5 Must Read Trading Psychology Books

Combatting the Dreaded Analysis Paralysis

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Common among newer traders, the temptation to incorporate as many trading indicators as possible is appealing. The rationale behind this approach is simple: if most of the technical studies reach a similar conclusion, buy or sell in the direction of consensus. While this may appear a reasonable technique, it encourages a phase known as analysis … Continue reading Combatting the Dreaded Analysis Paralysis

The importance of an Economic Calendar

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Have you ever had one of those trading setups that boasted a staggering amount of confluence fail in dramatic fashion? You know the kind of setups that wouldn’t look out of place as wallpaper on your mobile phone! Of course you have. We all have! One reason the area may have fell flat could have … Continue reading The importance of an Economic Calendar

Using a Multi-Timeframe Approach

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‘It pays to know where you are in the bigger picture’. We’re not entirely sure where this statement originated from, but it is certainly one that should be memorized. What is a multi-timeframe approach? It’s no secret that adopting a multi-timeframe approach can enhance your trading. The problem, however, is that some traders find it … Continue reading Using a Multi-Timeframe Approach