Wednesday, December 27, 2017


Below are top trading psychology posts for the 2016 year.  Other posts can be found on the pages for 2006-2014; 2015; and 2017.  For posts specific to common trading problems, check out the posts dealing with trading psychology challenges.  If you're looking for a more in-depth treatment of the topics, you'll find resources on the page for trading books; the curated Forbes posts; and the page for trading methods.  

Although I cannot provide coaching to individual traders (my work is limited to trading and investment organizations), I'm happy to answer questions about the posts via the email address that appears on the bio page.


How to Be Your Own Trading Coach

Three Essential Elements of Effective Trading Processes

The Real Reason Psychology is Essential to Trading

The Greatest Mistake Traders Make

Becoming a More Confident Trader

Pausing From Trading and Emotional Intelligence

Separating Frustration From Your Trading

Making the Most of Confusion and Clarity in Trading

Three Trading Best Practices

Three Questions to Ask About Any Market - #1 Post on TraderFeed

Trading Psychology for Experienced Traders

Evaluating Yourself as a Trader

Overcoming the Ego in Trading

Five Keys to Making Big Life Changes

The Question to Ask When You're in Drawdown

Emotional Creativity and Why It's Important to Trading Success

An Important Question All Traders Should Ask Themselves

A Quiz:  Are You Operating in Peak Performance Mode?

What It Takes to Trade in the Zone

Working on Ourselves Can Be the Best Way of Working on Our Trading

Two Modes of Trading: What Kind of Trader are You?

Trading With Focus

Trading With Peace of Mind

The Power of Doing Nothing in Markets