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Monday, July 04, 2022
BRETT STEENBARGER'S TRADING PSYCHOLOGY RESOURCE CENTER
Contact For Trading Firms and Media: steenbab at aol dot com My Twitter Feed: @steenbab RADICAL RENEWAL - Free blog book on t...
Sunday, July 03, 2022
The Most Important Piece of Information for Active Traders
Just about everyone looks at volume, but do they actually *see* volume? Volume tells us who is in the market. Who is in the market deter...
Monday, June 27, 2022
Three Causes of Trading Stress--And What to Do About Them
Indeed, being stressed is no treat! Stress typically occurs when we perceive threat. That places our bodies in the classic flight-or-fig...
Sunday, June 19, 2022
Finding Success By Diversifying Your Trading
A lot of trading wisdom repeated by traders is surprisingly unintelligent. A good example is the mantra that it is important to "hav...
Sunday, June 12, 2022
A Framework for Trading and Trading Psychology
If you were to listen into the conversation of a basketball coach with a player, you would hear quite a bit about how to play the game. T...
Sunday, May 29, 2022
The Difference Between Trading and Investing--And Why It Matters
Trading and investing are fundamentally different activities (pun intended). Many trading psychology challenges occur when market partici...
Wednesday, May 25, 2022
Intrinsic and Transactional Relationships: Why They Are Important to Trading
In these posts, I attempt to provide perspectives in trading psychology that go beyond the usual platitudes and generalities. Today's...
Sunday, May 15, 2022
Listening as a Core Trading Skill
Last week, we took a look at the challenge of trading markets that are ever-changing. What that means in practice is that good trading b...
Monday, May 09, 2022
The Challenge of Adapting to Changing Markets
A stationary time series is a set of data derived from a single underlying process. A simple example of a stationary time series would be...
Wednesday, February 23, 2022
Common Mistakes Traders Make - 3: Reacting Rather Than Acting
It's a common misconception that acting rationally means eradicating emotion from our thought processes. Indeed, the opposite is the ...
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