Sam Seiden - One of the many recipients of faster and stronger technology is system trading. In the world of professional money management, I have seen plenty of trading systems, most don't seem to work and of the ones that do, they typically work for a bit and then f
Joe Ross - You have been faithfully following your trading plan and the rules you've set for trading. Now you are now in a trade that doesn't look so good; at the same time, you see that you've missed a beautiful move in a different market, one that could have made
Matt Blackman - The first of a two part article, taking a look at the current market correction and what may have caused it.
John Mauldin - What rules should you trade by if you want to be successful? The author looks at rules that seem simple, but are difficult to stay with.
Brett Steenbarger - Traders fail not for a lack of something, but for not to structuring their learning to facilitate expertise.
Barry Lutz - Paper trading is widely discussed regarding its merits, and whether it is of value to a trader as they try to make the transition to real money trader.
Lance Beggs - Three losses in a row are tough. That's about the most consecutive losses that novice traders are psychologically prepared to accept before they feel compelled to take action and 'correct' the situation.
Vadym Graifer - Stops are great things, but only if they are used as part of making good trades.
Jake Bernstein - A discussion of some of the reasons traders fail and what can be done to avoid them.
12 Jul, 2005 in Psychology