Tag Archives: Psychology

Confidence in Trading: The Approach

Have you ever seen a gorgeous goddess?  A woman so magnificent you just are beeming energy inside to go talk to her?  But as you walk over you start to notice how you’re walking, what facial gestures you’re making, where your hands are, confidence … 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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The New Blog @ AndrewIlardi.com

Hello!  I want to welcome you to my new blog.  Here I will post information regarding psychology, statistics, the stock market & their ever interchanging relation to one another.  You can visit my old blog here for older posts from Andrew Ilardi. … Continue reading

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