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  1. Successful traders have learned that the most valuable and difficult skill to develop is the ability to wait for the market to align with their trading strategies. This ability is developed by placing ourselves in a process empowering us to gain a more complete understanding for the work that needs to be done, why we are doing it, and how best to support our efforts every day. This is the level of commitment needed to become aware of the subtleties making the difference between success and failure. The process of a successful trader ensures they only participate in the market when they are certain of market state, confident in their strategy, and committed to waiting for market alignment. In other words they know precisely what they want to do, why they want to do it, and how they are going to do it. They are waiting for the market to tell them when they can do it. Deep connections to their trading activities at functional, psychological, and practical levels make this possible. The first essential step required to build your process is to identify your core beliefs and detail why they best support your development and performance. Trade well, Ray Burchett
  2. Market speculators can use a wide variety of trading strategies tomake their investment. The two most common approaches involve “technical” and “fundamental” analysis.
  3. Long Term Trades tend to hold onto their trades longer as a means for protecting against short term volatility. Many Long Term Trades suggests that shorter term moves are unpredictable, so to avoid this trades are opened that used wider stop losses and profit targets.
  4. Interbank Rates only apply to banks that are unable to meet their liquidity requirements. If, however, a bank is in possession of excess liquidity, the bank will be able to lend to other banks and profit from the transactions.
  5. Here at Traders Lab, we've had some great threads over the time since Soultrader founded the site. There have been some amazingly generous people with some superb knowledge(and of course some with slightly less:) ). I know there have been some pretty good threads more recently, but I'd like to take a look back at a few threads where people have discussed methods they use and ask them how they are getting on with them now. Markets have been quite interesting to say the least over the last few years and I for one would love to see how these methods have held up for them.
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