Delayed Gratification

Delayed Gratification

In the 60’s, Stanford University experiments led by psychologist Walter Mischel, PhD, often referred to the “marshmallow test”, laid the groundwork for the modern study of self-control.In these studies, a child was offered a choice between one small reward provided...
Celebrate Like a Champion

Celebrate Like a Champion

There’s probably nothing else that symbolizes the stock market quite like a stock ticker, that iconic electronic display of scrolling letters and numbers streaming rapidly across a screen. It’s enough to get any trader excited.Back in the late 1800’s, the...
Trading Off The Grid

Trading Off The Grid

When you set up your trading, do you consider going off the grid?  Let’s take a peek at what this would look like.No phone callsNo emailsNo textsNo office/desk organizingNo multi-taskingNo Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social mediaNo interruptions from members...
Daily Trading Routine

Daily Trading Routine

There are a few schools of thought on how long it takes to create a habit.  Some say 21 days, and some say two months, some take years. No matter how long it takes, you need to create good trading habits for a successful trading business.  One of these habits is a...
Accelerate Your Learning Curve

Accelerate Your Learning Curve

Identify your learning style.Four distinct learning styles have been identified:activists – people who learn by doing; theorists – people who prefer concepts and facts; pragmatists – people who try out ideas to see how they work; and reflectors – people who watch and...
The Greed Monster

The Greed Monster

When you truly learn how to trust your trade plans, follow the plan by managing the trade and measuring results in rate of return, you no longer have reason to fear the greed monster.What does the greed monster look like?When a trade is executed without a stop or a...