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Trading Psychology: Trading Mindset Lecture
Using the results of my reader survey I focus in this lecture on simple way to immediately implement trading improvements. Unlike in many trading psychology books these strategies are simple and easy to implement.
I decided not to hold this mindset presentation as a webinar but more as a lecture style presentation due to the time constraints of my readers and students. I have posted the presentation below and will be around for the next 48 hours to answer questions posted in the comments underneath the video. You will notice that I repeat certain ideas in different ways throughout the presentation. If you have read the RichDad PoorDad book series you will notice that Robert Kiyosaki does this. He explains it that by repeating the information in different ways a particular concept is more likely to stick. That is what I hope to do with this presentation, if I can get one of my readers to change their thinking about just one issue in a way that sticks then I will think my job well done!
Post your questions and comments below. If you want to make your questions private you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope you enjoy the presentation!
Risk Warning :Trading foreign exchange and futures on margin carries a high risk and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degreee of leverage can work against you as well as to your advantage. The possibility exists that you could lose some or all of your capital,therefore you should not trade with money you can’t afford to lose.
No representation is made that any
account is likely to or will achieve
profits similar to those discussed in
this presentation.Past performance of any methodology is not indiciative of any future results.Any information presented is for educational purposes
and should not be construed as investment advice or an offer to buy or sell securities.You should be aware of
all risks associated with trading and
trade at your own risk.