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6 Signs You’re Trading Too Much Size

More size means more profits right? Most of the time, this is not the case for new traders. Money creates emotions. If  you increase your size too much, it becomes difficult to control and manage your emotions. Emotions will be in your trading no matter what. Succesful trading requires not the elimination of emotions, but …

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sell the news

How to Trade “Sell the News” Plays | $SPCE Example

Buy Virgin Galactic at the open today expecting it would go to the moon? The stock had great news, why did it tank today? The stock market isn’t that simple. Get familiar with this phrase: “Buy the rumor, sell the news”. This is one of the most counterintuitive aspects for new and inexperienced traders. Today’s …

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trading psychology

5 Trading Psychology Lessons Every Trader Needs to Learn

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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short squeezes

How to Trade Short Squeezes: $NNOX Example

We’ve seen a shift in the stock market trend the past couple of weeks. The market has been on a monster tear since the crash in March. We finally have seen a significant pullback in the markets that have failed to immediately get bought up. These market pullbacks can offer amazing opportunities to both the …

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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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