The disciplined trader: developing winning attitudes

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New York Institute of Finance, 1990 - 239 pages
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Successful trading is 80% psychological and 20% methodological. Emotion is the enemy of successful trades. That's why, even with a modest knowledge of fundamental and technical information, the trader who is in psychological control will be the winner in the trading environment. 'The Disciplined Trader' helps traders learn the critical behaviors necessary in responding to market conditions and opportunities. Mark Douglas examines and discusses how he found the market to be and environment where the individual trader 'has the freedom to create his own results', unimpeded by many of the constraints existing in modern social life. 'The Disciplined Trader' can help any trader change the fear of losing into a winning attitude based on its organized, systematic, and step-by-step approach for learning the mental skills necessary for accumulating wealth consistently.

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Review: The Disciplined Trader: Developing Winning Attitudes

User Review  - Simon - Goodreads

A very useful book dealing with the psychology of trading in the stock markets. I recently reread it for the fourth time and always always always find it beneficial. It does get a bit technical in ... Read full review

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Why a New Thinking Methodology?
The Nature of the Trading Environment
There Is Unlimited Potential for Profit

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About the author (1990)

Douglas is president of Trading Behavior Dynamics.

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