Tag Archives: Trading Psychology

5 Misconceptions About the Professional Futures Trader

After years of answering emails filled with questions from newer traders I felt it’s time to set a few things straight. Here’s what it means to really trade for a living (according to me, that is). Continue reading →

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Managing Your Trading Emotions

An In-Depth Guide to Managing Your Trading Emotions

You have a trading plan, you keep meticulous records, you study the markets each evening and on weekends, but you still may not be making consistent money. This post is designed to change that. Continue reading →

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The Importance of a Trading Buddy

The journey to becoming a professional trader can be a long and seemingly lonely road. Here are some reasons why a trading buddy can exponentially improve your trading. Continue reading →

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Think Like a Trader: 7 Principles of Consistency

The biggest leap forward in my trading came when I began to think like a trader. There was one book that helped me more than any other. In this post I share how you can utilize these principles to trade … Continue reading

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The BEST of EminiMind

I’ve created over 100 EminiMind posts and videos to help you in your trading. Sorting through all that information can be a little overwhelming so I went through and organized my BEST content for you. Continue reading →

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Here’s a Quick Way to Build Confidence in Your Trading

When was the last time you had a “light bulb” moment? Most of my discoveries and “light bulb” moments (surprisingly) don’t happen during the trading day. Here are some ideas to help prime your brain to make big strides in … Continue reading

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5 Exercises to Help Control Your Emotions During a Trade

Each trading day is a New Day! Fresh Start! As Ben Lichtenstein of Traders Audio likes to say. The emotions we face once in a trade can override all the preparation and planning that took place leading up to the … Continue reading

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Ideas for Building Your Personal Trading Journal

The main reason people fail at a new venture is a lack of experience. Entering the world of trading, you are up against the best and brightest minds in the world that have years and year of experience on top … Continue reading

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