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Trading Psychology

How do we learn to conquer our fear and greed? Discuss the mental aspects of the game.

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  1. The Healthy Trader

    Let's share information on what it takes to maintain a healthy trading lifestyle. To be at the top of your game you have to take care of yourself -- here we'll all share how we do that, or should do that.
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    • EURUSD Holds Off Lower Prices With Eyes On 1.1263 Zone EURUSD holds off lower prices with eyes on 1,1263 zone as we enter a new week. Support comes in at the 1.1150 where a violation will turn risk to the 1.1100 level. A break below here will target the 1.1050 level. Further down, support sits at the 1.1000. Conversely, on the upside, resistance resides at 1.1250 level with a break through there opening the door for further upside towards the 1.1.1300 level. Further up, resistance comes in at the 1.1350 level where a violation will expose the 1.1400 level. All in all, EURUSD continues to threaten further upside pressure.  
    • Bollinger Bands stops is a trend following indicator. The green line indicates uptrend and red line indicates down trend. When price close above the red line, up trend begins. Buy Positions can be opened immediately or on a pull back to a support level in the new uptrend. The green line can be used as a stop loss. Similarly, when the red line appears, sell positions can be opened immediately or on pullback to resistance with the red line as stop loss.  This indicator works best in trending markets, in consolidating markets signals may be not effective. BollingerBands Stops.zip
    • Is the ZuluTrade App really secure? I read it gathers your personal info to be sold to data brokers.
    • Are you a gold trader? Are you planning to invest in gold? Are you looking to make profits from gold trading? If yes then get all profitable gold trading signals and strategies for 2019 - https://www.mmfsolutions.sg/services/xau-usd-signals
    • First, we need diligence to successfully implement any financial plan. In the example above, those with livestock are advised to carefully monitor the state and condition of their animals. If an animal becomes ill, it needs special care. Insufficient food or water for livestock requires immediate attention. A farmer with herds must look after his animals if they are to survive and the household is to prosper. How does this apply to those of us who aren’t farmers or ranchers? The fundamental lesson is that we cannot expect financial success by simply devising a plan and then blissfully ignoring the factors that affect it. Instead, we must know where, how and why we spend our money and what is happening with our assets. If we ignore this principle of diligently monitoring our finances, we will find ourselves making poor decisions and spending money we don’t have.
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