Trading with a Psychological Edge - Lecture Notes

There are some things in life that we can always count on.  The sun always rises in the east, bagels are best in New York, and the market opens at 9:30 every weekday (except holidays).  A trader must understand that he is in it for the long haul.  As in many other aspects of life, there are good days and bad days in the market, but a trader's mission is to prevent any one day from defining his month, his year, or his career.  Long-term success in the market comes from one thing more than any other - discipline.  The following notes are based on a course that describes the psychological edge with which a trader must arm himself to achieve the kind of success for which our traders aim.

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