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Trading Psychology

Mastering Trading Psychology: The Difference Between Winning and Losing Traders

In trading, you are your own worst enemy. Fear of missing out and chasing. Fear of taking losses because you’re scared. Not taking profits because of greed. Revenge trading because you want to make back what you lost. No matter what stage in your trading journey you are in, trading psychology is the biggest obstacle …

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day trading setups

3 Day Trading Setups I Use Every Day

The stock market can seem random and chaotic. In order to consistently profit from day trading stocks, you MUST use day trading strategies that have an edge. Many traders fail because they trade strategies that don’t have positive expectancy. This means that in the long run, they always lose money because their day trading setups …

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5 INSANE Stock Charts From the Past 12 Months

The last 12 months in the stock market have been INSANE. We have seen one of the strongest rallies in the DOW and S&P ever, IPO’s running on a weekly basis, the marijuana stock bubble, and a ton of other crazy moves in tech stocks. Here are 5 of the most unique stock charts, and …

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swing trading vs day trading

Swing Trading vs Day Trading: Pros and Cons Of Each

Swing trading and day trading are the best style of trading for making large returns in just days or weeks. They do come with more risk and difficulty than long term investing and the traditional buy-and-hold. But the reward of executing these two styles of momentum trading correctly can exponentially grow a trading account. In …

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conviction trading

How to Build Trading Conviction and Use It Correctly

“How did you hold that winner for so long?” “How did you hold through that big move against your position?” “Why did you take so much size?” What is Trading Conviction? Conviction is defined as “a firmly held belief or opinion”. In the trading world, you will often hear traders say “that was a conviction …

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exhaustion gap

Exhaustion Gap Definition: One of the Most Powerful Reversal Setups

An exhaustion gap is a critical concept to understand when trading stocks at the market open. A gap refers to a stock that opens above or below its prior closing price. An exhaustion gap is different from most gap ups or gap downs in that it quickly reverses from the direction the stocked gapped in. …

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