Your trading is exciting or boring?

Introduction

Many folks find trading the markets pretty exciting. Why not? Seeing the tickers move wild can give great excitement to anyone and the prospect (not actually making money..just the prospect) of making money can give the best adrenaline rush . A fun-filled activity right? As a matter of fact, they become really sad when the markets are closed as there is no fun in mundane daily activities. » More »


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Bouncing back slowly but steadily

Mentoring

A trader asked me a question about how to develop the discipline in following his trading plan. Am sure many of us can relate to the questioner’s mindset in ‘trying to recover the losses as quickly as possible’. It is clearly evident that the trader does not believe in bouncing back slowly. He is also well aware of the risks involved in trading stock futures on result days but he could not control the urge to put on a trade. » More »


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Trading psychology and the role of subconscious mind

How many times have we heard this word ‘psychology’ getting associated with trading profession? Innumerable times. To the uninitiated, it seems to be an over-rated (probably abused) word. I will make an attempt to give a different perspective about psychology’s part in trading as there are lot of literature that talks about cliched topics like ‘handling fear/greed and discipline issues’. We will not focus on those items in this blogpost. » More »


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Trading wisdom from Madan


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Handling trading losses effectively

I have been hearing some stories of traders/investors who have lost quite a sum of money in the last few days. Worrisome part is that some folks have borrowed money for trading and have lost it as well. Few other folks who are managing other’s money (PMS) have also lost substantial amount too. » More »


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