Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline and a Winning Attitude

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Penguin, 2000 - 216 pages
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'Trading in the zone' offers specific solutions to the 'people factor' of commodity price movement. It uncovers the true culprit for lack of consistency when it comes to stock picking - lack of focus and self-confidence. Through simple exercises, traders will learn how to think in terms of probabilities, and adopt the specific beliefs necessary to developing a winner's mindset. Along the way, they'll gain keen insights into their own entrenched misconceptions about the market.
 

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In the Zone

User Review  - joyce f. - Overstock.com

I bought this to get information on trading. I then changed my mind and didnt read it. However it was selling faster than fast on *** so I listed it there for a resell. It sold within 15 minutes of listing. This book must be in high demand if it sold that fast. Read full review

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User Review  - Valerie - Goodreads

This is a must read for traders! I am relatively new to trading, and there were so many "nuggets" that I took from the book. This book is likely one that I will read again every year! Definitely recommend it! Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
1
THE LURE AND THE DANGERS
17
THE SAFEGUARDS
25
THinking
101
MANAGING ExPECTATIONS
113
ELIMINATING THE EMOTIONAL Risk
120
How THE FUNDAMENTAL TRUTHS RELATE
130
CHAPTER 9
137
BELIEFs vs THE TRUTH
147
THE PRIMARY CHARACTERISTICs of A BELIEF
153
THINKING LIKE A TRADER
171
CREATING A BELIEF IN CONSISTENCY
184
ATTITUDE SURVEY
203
SELFEVALUATION AND TRADING 167
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Mark Douglas is also author of "The Disciplined Trader(tm):Developing Winning Attitudes" published in 1990 and considered an industry classic--and one of the first books to introduce the investment industry to the concept of trading psychology. Mark began coaching traders in 1982, and has continued to develop seminar and training programs on trading psychology for the investment industry, as well as individual traders. He has been a frequent speaker at seminars across the world, as well as in the U.S., teaching traders how to become consistently successful. He is currently working on his third book, and can be reached through his website markdouglas.com.

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