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Rules and getting whacked, quick chat with @bamatrader and @sellputs

A chat with @bamatrader and @sellputs [View the story “Rules and Getting whacked” on Storify] Sign up for our FREE Morning Brief, big picture view of markets in critical area and proprietary support and resistance. You can also sign up to see us trade live here. We would really appreciate your feedback, if you like, hate,Continue Reading

“Trading is as easy as hitting the Like button”

A marketing friend sent me an article the other day about how much a Facebook like is worth to a public company.  This is not the first time I have gotten an article like this. So, 99.95 percent of the change could be explained by the change in fan counts,” he says. In other words,Continue Reading

My favorite trading quotes/advice.

Below is a list of trading quotes that have come in handy to me over the years. Quotes from famous investors/traders: If you want to have a better performance than the crowd, you must do things differently from the crowd. – John Templeton It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how muchContinue Reading

What you didn’t know or want to know about gamers.

What surprised me most about this inforgraphic was that women made up 40% of gamers and that apparently video games are replacing parenting. Source: http://dailyinfographic.com/gamers-who-are-they-infographic We would really appreciate your feedback, if you like, hate, or think we are full of crap. Please leave a comment, a voice mail (312) 725-9121, email info @ traderhabits (dot)Continue Reading

The start of E-mini trading and eliminating emotions.

Sorry about the difficulties with technology yesterday. I talk with Anthony about the beginning of e-mini trading. It is hard to imagine trading without a mouse, a DOM, or even a high speed connection. We also talk about emotions in trading and more importantly how to minimize them. Check out the video below. We wouldContinue Reading

Book Review and Interview: How Traders Achieve Creative Flow by Michael Bigger

This is a bias review.  I would be lying if my enjoyment of “How Traders Achieve Creative Flow” by Michael Bigger (Amazon Kindle $9.99)  was not at least partial due to confirmation bias.  The e-book is actionable and many of the techniques can immediately be implemented. I do not recommend reading it at night as itContinue Reading

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