You Will Never Trade Again.
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Bogdan Stoichescu
1y ago
“If only I had…” Finality produces a certain kind of clarity – of re-evaluating what has gone by. Trading activity does not allow for much meaningful reflection – the space in which one can reflect has to be muscled around everything else; usually to take care of something – crap! The dog!   Routine enabled reflection – usually on weekends – is one thing, yet your mind is still labouring over the other day’s mishap or whatever data print to come on Tuesday. You are still in the game and the minutiae of daily life clouds it over. And these are just the details. We do not care about the det ..read more
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Trading Techniques To Become More Profitable Trader
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Jaroslav Kohout
3y ago
Trading Techniques To Become More Profitable Trader Introduction In this blog post, we will summarize trading techniques to become a more profitable trader. This will be a collection of the YouTube videos we have posted for the trading community. As traders, we always want to improve. By choosing this career, you are effectively saying: “it is my job to learn every day and there is no way around it”. Also, the best experience is the one we have been exposed to with our own skin. Yes, we can learn from the experience of others but it is never the same. It never has the depth of the hard-earned ..read more
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Fix The Root Cause Of Your Trading Mistakes
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Jaroslav Kohout
3y ago
Fix The Root Cause Of Your Trading Mistakes Introduction In this blog post, I will be talking about one approach how to fix the root cause of your trading mistakes. We have all been there. We do a mistake, promise ourselves we will never do it again and then we mess up. Again! The problem in many of the cases is our brain wiring of how we deal with mistakes. More importantly, how we deal with fixing those mistakes. Since our brain, most of the time runs in a Fast mode (read Kahneman’s Thinking Fast And Slow), the first solution to our problem is usually the one of the addition, not the one of ..read more
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Trading Your Ego Vs Your Plan
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Jaroslav Kohout
3y ago
Trading Your Ego Vs Your Plan Introduction In this article, we will focus on the aspect of trading your ego vs your actual plan. Many times we are caught doing the “wrong thing” only after the damage has been done. Then we wonder why we did that, promise ourselves in our debrief we are not going to do that again and then go and repeat the same mistake over and over again wondering what is wrong with us. If this sounds familiar, trust us, this is how the majority of traders feel especially when they are still in their early stage of their trading career. Although there is no one recipe for how ..read more
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Why is Day Trading Futures Not Simple? Part III
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Richard Bailey
4y ago
Psychology. As an academic pursuit, futures trading can seem relatively easy, as discussed in Part I of this series, learning how to predict a move from A to B based on a pattern can be replicated and more consistently spotted. But, learning how to trade that A to B move is changed completely when money is put into the equation – your mind set changes from: “I think this will happen, I’ve seen it numerous times, let’s see” to “this needs to happen, I don’t want to lose, maybe this wont work, maybe I should take the profit now.” The difference is feedback: when money is on the line, the result ..read more
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Is Day Trading Worth It?
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Axia Futures
4y ago
The appeal of day trading Forex and futures captures the hearts and minds of many new traders. Can you imagine earning a living day trading the world’s financial markets without having to leave the comfort of your home? Most people dream about exiting their 9-to-5 jobs so that they can pursue generating an income for themselves and live life on their own terms. While day trading may sound like an exciting option, many inexperienced and newbie day traders are surprised when they discover some the common challenges within their new career path. Axia Futures offers a range of day trading courses ..read more
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How absorbed are you in your trading approach?
Axia Futures » Trading Psychology
by Axia Futures
4y ago
The Digital Distraction and the reducing valve of consciousness The younger trading generation arrive on our trading floor with an inherited cultural deficiency of having a digital leash connected to their senses waiting for the digital gas pump to fill them up with entertainment, distraction from the “now” and the need for a new hit of mental Class “A” stimulation. This lack of concentrated, fully absorbed attention leaves an individual with little chance to map the inner landscape of the market and the structure of patterns, not only from a probabilistic perspective but also from a more subt ..read more
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