Tag Archives: Day Trading

Daily Trading Goal: Choose Your Thoughts

Today’s Daily Trading Goal focuses on how to choose your thoughts.  Thoughts effect your biology and your biology greatly effects your ability to trade through hormones.   Which thoughts you choose to pay attention to is critical.  Listen & choose … Continue reading

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How I use integral theory to trade the markets

Integral theory is a beast.  You can read Ken Wilber‘s works over a lifetime only to come back to read them again and realize how much you missed.  My friends who introduced me to the theory always found great ways … Continue reading

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Daily Trading Goal – Caught in Your Own Thinking

Today’s daily trading goal is to stop getting caught up in your thinking.  In psychology,  one aspect of this is the confirmation bias.  Where view almost all information as confirming our original thoughts.  Stop this by wearing aware it exists.  Be … Continue reading

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Market Tarot January 7th

Today’s Market Tarot is less about the market and more about my Trading this morning.  I had a great number of losers and nearly reached my daily lock out for the day.  In the afternoon I asked “what happened this … Continue reading

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Market Tarot January 3rd

I thought it would be fun to do a reading mid-day on the market. Read the Market Tarot cards can help.  The layout that I felt was Past->Present->Future (from left to right). I drew the following cards… Aces of Stones: … Continue reading

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Micro-Evolution

Have you ever witnessed or read about a family who repeats mistakes generation after generation? The unfortunate daughter whose father is an unemployed alcoholic who consequently finds herself in the same position later in life. The “great” buy & never … Continue reading

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