176 pages pdf ebook
Psychology is 80% of the high-stakes trader’s game. And within the mind of any successful trader exist surprisingly similar emotions and psychological beliefs. The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading introduces these values and beliefs, then explains how traders can and must work to understand and harness these beliefs, and gain the psychological edge necessary to win in today’s all-or-nothing trading battlefield.Divided into two parts — the first focusing on common strengths and weaknesses, the second on ways to enhance the strengths and control the weaknesses while trading — The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading introduces: — Techniques to develop certainty, intuition, and discipline– Technical analysis and trading methodologies to trade more effectively– How to properly align trading with the movement of the market.
21 Unwritten Rules – Clear, comprehensive, and Necessary for Success as a Trader!
Before traders can grab an edge in the external market environment, they must first master their internal psychological environment of beliefs, values, virtues, even faults and weaknesses! The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading reveals the universal techniques and strategies that today’s top traders use to control their psychology and emotions in the heat of battle for increased confidence, greater self-understanding, and instantly greater success.
Beyond simply presenting the beliefs and characteristics that are vital to any trader’s success ratio, this no-nonsense book goes on to explain how these traits can be translated into everyday profits. Whether you trade in the stock, commodity, or currency markets, The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading introduces:
Techniques to develop certainty, intuition, and discipline. Technical analysis and trading methodologies to trade more effectively. Methods to properly align trading with the movement of the market.
Successful trading is today’s most exhilarating, demanding, and profitable career not to mention the most difficult to master. Learn to consistently profit from the markets by first understanding and controlling your own strengths and weaknesses – in John Hayden’s The 21 Irrefutable Truths of Trading.