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An easy approach to trading psychology - How to apply the psychological strategies and attitudes of winning traders to online trading - cover

An easy approach to trading psychology - How to apply the psychological strategies and attitudes of winning traders to online trading

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Summary

What do the profits of winning traders depend on? How much does psychology count in their trading? Is success in trading just a technical question or do the psychological characteristics of each person also have a profound influence? 

The answers to these and many other questions can be found in the first practical handbook of trading psychology. This guide was created to take you by the hand and introduce you to the world of stock market psychology. Inside it concentrates all the basic concepts of the subject, without too much dilution or waste of time; from the psychological advantages of winning traders to the development of the business plan itself. From mental and operational insurance to trade management, money management and risk management. All the information is provided in a simple, practical and accessible way and will allow you to quickly acquire the initial knowledge. Stop wasting time and find out immediately how the psychology of trading works with this operational guide.

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