Malcolm Robinson


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Malcolm started trading from home in 1992. After a disastrous start, trading an optimised 3 MA cross over system, he learnt to develop an approach to trading based on his own market observations.In 1993 he started on the floor of LIFFE as a trainee trader, and developed to become a fully qualified local (independent trader), trading for his own account and, in his last years on the floor, for a trading firm.The biggest challenge for him in trading, is to be 100% honest with himself; self deceit is the primary cause of losses in his trading.Malcolm's course, Day Trading E-Mini S&P Futures, is available in the T2W Store. 

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The Evolution of a Trader

If you think purchasing a trading system is enough to make you a trader, think again, argues Malcolm Robinson.

08 Feb, 2005 in Psychology and Getting Started

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