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On the Use and Abuse of Trading Psychology

Trading Psychology - An Easy Scapegoat for Poor Thinking There are countless traders who, after sustaining a series of losses, are too quick to claim “trading psychology” as an area in which they suffer significant weakness. They would often state their lack of...

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Dismantling Trading Myths and Half Truths

Poorly Formed Statement: "Traders who are consistently successful are consistent as a natural expression of who they are. They don't have to try to be consistent; they are consistent." - Mark Douglas The circular logic of these sentences short circuits itself:...

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Interview with Victor Garcia of YAtrading

Automated trading systems may seem a bit mysterious to those who are not familiar with them. Who creates these systems, how do they test for quality, how actively do they monitor trading performance with regard to changing market conditions? Fortunately, we were able...

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