There is a difference between a “bubble” and “bull market”
— MX1 (@TradetheLeader1) November 16, 2013
Trading is a business. What’s your niche/edge(s) separating you from the graveyard of failed trading careers? Quantify this answer. $study
— R2 Ray C. Freeman (@R2RayCFreeman) November 17, 2013
“When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun. And when you have fun, you can do amazing things.” Joe Namath
— Jose Luis Urbina (@urbinarestrepo) November 16, 2013
@SJosephBurns @snyder_karl @KeithMcCullough 😉 the last part of the move is the most violent..wrong side could be painful
— DK1 (@canuck2usa) November 21, 2013
If you truly understand the behavioral concept of bubbles, you don’t short them the whole way up
— Keith McCullough (@KeithMcCullough) November 21, 2013
You have the power to say, “This is not how my story will end.”
— Andrew Rocco (@AndrewRocco1) November 19, 2013
Amateurs cannot differentiate between normal action and destructive action. They get taken out by emotion. Pros see the big picture $STUDY
— Andrew Rocco (@AndrewRocco1) November 18, 2013
MYTH covered in weekly video: “You can’t be successful buying at ALL TIME HIGHS” VIDEO http://t.co/hEU52SfWEA image pic.twitter.com/UsfMZQ386r
— Chris Ciovacco (@CiovaccoCapital) November 18, 2013
MERKEL SAYS NOT CERTAIN UKRAINE READY TO MEET EU CONDITIONS. Ukraine not ready to experience doubling of unemployment?
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) November 18, 2013
@SJosephBurns @CiovaccoCapital buying at an all time high is still better than buying at an all time low!! trend is your friend
— Amr of Alexandria (@amr_alexandria) November 18, 2013
Just released Top Secret FED game plan for managing the economy —> pic.twitter.com/TD63VfV6G5
— Steve Burns (@SJosephBurns) November 17, 2013
Btfd, all of them, never sell, just buy the dips, blips, pips, smits and hold hold hold. Market going to the moon…… SPX
— Mella (@Mella_TA) November 16, 2013
Those who think they know the most, really know the least. Humble and objective beats arrogant and close minded every time.
— SystemsTrader95 (@SystemsTrader95) November 16, 2013
Trader Psychology (even for pros): When winning positions never seem big enough. When losing they never seem small enough.
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) November 22, 2013
Do not let your last trade distort your ability to objectively execute this present trade.
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) November 15, 2013