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10 Fatal Mistakes Traders Make This is a Guest Post by: Colibri Trader @priceinaction. This article is used here with permission and originally appeared here on ColibriTrader.com. What Are the 10 Fatal Mistakes Traders Make by: Colibri Trader What are the 10 fatal mistakes traders make? Trading is exciting. Trading is hard. Trading is extremely hard.
This is a Guest Post by Alex @MacroOps which was originally posted at Lessons from a Trading Great: Bruce Kovner. Bruce Kovner retired in 2011 from Caxton Associates, the hedge fund he founded and ran for 28 years. Over that time the fund returned an average of 21 percent a year since its inception. In comparison,
The stock market goes through cycles of up trends, down trends, and range bound price action. This is caused by equities as an asset class going through phases of accumulation and distribution. Bull markets are where the easy dollars are made. You can buy the best growth stocks as they break out of price bases to
I have been active in the stock market in some form for over 20 years. I have made money in several different ways, looking for a good fit for my personality that allowed me to accomplish my life goals. I started as a mutual fund investor and evolved into a trader of stocks and options. My trading
Today I would like to explore three concepts in trading that many traders have never thought about. Fragility, robustness, and anti-fragility are concepts that describe a trader’s psychology, risk management, and method. Here are some general definitions: Fragility is a word used to describe something that is easily broken, shattered, or damaged. It means
When I asked my Facebook trading group what was the cause of their biggest trading losses, no one had any trouble remembering those painful and valuable lessons. These top 30 insightful answers will benefit new traders and provide a nice reminder for those with more experience. “What was the cause of the biggest draw downs
If a new trader wants to be a successful, they will need to treat their trading like they would operate a profitable business. Many traders lose a lot of money by approaching trading like it is a hobby. In trading, making money is the goal, and must be kept at the forefront of a
Are you trading without a plan? Trading without a plan makes you emotional and a gambler. Do you ever trade too big for your trading account size? Big trades are bad trades for the emotional engagement and risk of ruin that they entail over the long term. Do you risk losing more if you
One big market down days we can really see who is managing risk and who isn’t. Always remember if you have big winning days and trades that are disproportionally large percentage wise then the odds are that you are also exposed to the downside risk of an equal magnitude. Here are five quick tips