The Disciplined Trader: Developing Winning Attitudes
New York Institute of Finance, Jan 1, 1990 - 239 pages
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 environement.
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are vast differences in the characteristics of the mental environment (inner) and
physical environment (outer) in which our bodies occupy space. Understanding
these differences is a key ingredient in the process of changing yourself.
Our natural sense of curiosity and our attractions are very powerful inner forces
that create a state of need or put us in a state of imbalance with the physical
environment until the needs are satisfied. When we feel these attractions to
Otherwise, the "intent" to take advantage of what you perceive as an opportunity
may not have any inner support or the kind of inner support that is necessary to
execute your intent properly. If there are mental obstacles preventing the proper ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dandv - LibraryThing
Chapters 1-3 and 15 useful, the rest a huge load of psychobabble and pseudoscience (negative emotions are caused by negative electrical charges in the brain?!) Read full review
Great Read!!User Review - naturalqueen6 - Overstock.com
If you trade like I do or just want a book that is Enlightening then this is for you!! This book not only talks about trading but the Insight and Disciplines in Life necessary for developing a Winning ... Read full review
Why a New Thinking Methodology?
The Nature of the Trading Environment
There Is Unlimited Potential for Profit
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