Brendan Egan - Brendan Egan discusses how "Price Action" can be included into existing trading methodologies and why it is a good representative of how markets actually work
20 May, 2010 in Getting Started
Brendan Egan - Seasoned equities trader Brendan Egan discusses the issues often faced by new traders and why asking the right questions can help on the road to becoming successful
29 Apr, 2010 in Getting Started
Bill Provenzano - Bill Provenzano discusses why our tendency to be either averse to incurring a trading loss or to regret a trading decision can impinge trading success and what can be done to help change this
Bill Provenzano - CME floor trader Bill Provenzano discusses why many traders exhibit the psychology of "Counter Factual" thinking leading to poor trading performance and how this can be addressed to give enhanced trading profits
Trader333 - Failing to set a stop loss is not the only way in which major losses can be incurred when day-trading. Trader333 discusses a number of potential hazards and what can be done to ensure that the risk of these occurring is significantly reduced.
Don Dawson - Don Dawson discusses the importance of planning in trading and how this can be achieved using a structured approach including details of each step to be taken
29 Dec, 2009 in Getting Started
Bill Provenzano - 20 year veteran trader, Bill Provenzano, discusses ways in which trading can be made more simple and includes an example of how he uses this in his own trading.
Dr Gary Dayton - Dr Gary Dayton discusses why keeping a trading journal can be of major benefit to improving trading and includes 7 ways in which this can used in a practical way by aspiring traders
Don Dawson - One thing I have found is that one strategy does not fit all. We all have different risk tolerances and monetary goals. So what sort of strategy will suit your trading?
Don Dawson - Every year at New Year we hear of people making resolutions of all varieties. Have you ever noticed that these resolutions are usually made without any serious thought or planning involved? This is the difference between a resolution and setting goals.
04 May, 2009 in Getting Started