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Monday, October 02, 2006

Good Readings

Check out this interesting post by Dr Brett Steenbarger , a psychologist, on Trading to Win Vs. Trading to Not Lose

To quote him: "We can never eliminate loss from life or trading; nor can we repeal the basic uncertainties of markets. What we can do is develop an edge in the marketplace and, over the course of many trades, let that edge accumulate in our favor." How True!

In case you haven't noticed, I've recently posted some good articles here.Before we start trading in the month of Oct, take stock of Sep & do some good readings to reinforce your mental strength & you should be off to a good start!

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