You shall preserve your capital You shall stick to your stop-losses You shall not take bigger bets than you can afford to lose You shall not trade too many positions at the same time You shall not try to get rich quickly You shall never gamble on events You shall never average You shall never … Continue reading The Ten Commandments of Trading
Number 0: Master your mind. Cultivate discipline. And conscientiousness Conscientiousness is the ability to follow a plan. So basically you need to cultivate the mental mettle to stick to the plan. You also need to be immensely patient, and immensely disciplined. Number 1: Always have a written trading plan. If you are taking a trade, … Continue reading Improve your trading decisions
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We are locked up inside our houses. We all want to learn and try something new. It could be very tempting for you to experiment options trading. Let us face it, we are very bored, and this seems interesting and addictive. If we have one advice, that is, PLEASE DO NOT. We would seriously ask … Continue reading Rule #1: Do not lose money
Trade only with the money you can afford to lose. Do not take huge positions. You will not be able to manage the emotions. Know how to keep your losses small and fixed. Do not trade to get rich quickly, or because you think it is easy money. The stock market is among the toughest ways to … Continue reading 14 tips to improve your trading
Did you know that you can fix your maximum loss in a trade to a small amount? Even before you place a trade? So no matter what happens, you won’t lose more than this small amount.How do you do this? Simple. Go to EasyOptions Get trades with small maximum losses Click on any of the suggestions to trade. And that’s … Continue reading Keep your losses small and fixed
Do not trade with money which means something to you Emotions lead to bad decisions. It is easy to be unemotional if the money you are trading with means nothing to you. But if it’s a loan repayment, or a credit card bill, or a home loan EMI or kid’s education fund, it becomes tricky. … Continue reading How do I avoid day trading mistakes?