Article The Power of Belief

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Amber is a well-adjusted, successful businesswoman and trader; however, she had considerable difficulties when she first began to trade. She earned a PhD in college and her nose-to-the-grindstone attitude helped her excel in business, but this attitude worked to her detriment in trading. She experienced herself wanting to trade the way she worked – endlessly, putting many deliverables on her plate at once, and barrelling through her workday. She said she liked her day this way because it gave her an edge, but when she used this same tactic in her trading, she had dismal results and it almost depleted all of her capital. She knew there had to be something driving her thinking and creating such depressing results. After working with her Thought Journal and reflecting deeply on this issue, she realized that when faced with doing things the easy way versus the hard or difficult way, she had chosen, time and time again, the difficult path. It had never occurred to her that this could be...
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It appears I rated it as 10 by mistake. Please disregard my rating. Instead of clicking on the next page I clicked on number 10 because I wanted to skip the rest of article and thought it had 10 pages. You might want to work on the layout of the page to make this kind of mistakes impossible.
 
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Why oh why does T2W allow garbage like this? Pitiful marketing rubbish dressed up as an article.
Content is valuable to them, and I've seen a great deal worse. At one point there was an article they published that had nothing whatsoever to do with trading financial markets (other than it contained the word trade)

It was there for weeks before someone actually read it and removed it.

The less said about the classic interview with options guru Howard C the better !
 
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Content is valuable to them, and I've seen a great deal worse. At one point there was an article they published that had nothing whatsoever to do with trading financial markets (other than it contained the word trade)

It was there for weeks before someone actually read it and removed it.

The less said about the classic interview with options guru Howard C the better !
I miss The Hocster (pronounced to rhyme with "coke" not "c0ck") though. He was good value. :D
 
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Definately the source of some quality lulz..... he's gone very quiet !
He still checks in though. I have sent him a message (very politely worded, I must stress) imploring him to return. Without his guidance and wisdom, I am in danger of blowing off my own johnson!
 
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The mind definitely plays a significant role in the success/failure of a trader. Check out the book think and grow rich for more on the power of belief!