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Process to Find Your Stock Market Trading Edge (Advantage)

September 23rd, 2014

Everyone should have a trading edge when trading in the stock market, and I want to share with you the process you need to go through to get this trading edge...

Pareto’s Principle

I'm going to use the Pareto principle (or 80-20 rule) as an example to fine tune the outline I want to get across. This principle states that 80% of your results come from 20% of your effort.

This principle can be applied to many areas of life. If you're looking at a large corporation, for example, 20% of that company's lead employees with drive 80% of the company's work.

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What You Should Get Out Of A Stock Trading Seminar…

September 16th, 2014

I'd like to outline the advantages and disadvantages of attending a stock trading seminar and what you should expect when attending.

I have attended a few stock market seminars, but I mostly stick to business seminars covering areas like marketing and business development. I do this, because I believe that stock trading is more of a personal, inner game.

You will gain the same knowledge at a stock market seminar as you will at a business seminar with only slight differences...

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When Should You Trade Aggressively or Sit Out of the Market

September 9th, 2014

I've had many people ask me, "When should I go 'big' on the market, and when should I sit out and wait for things to calm down?"

This is an important concept. Jesse Livermoore, an infamous stock trader, talks about the fact that he made more money sitting than he did actually trading...

I go back to my concept of trading: the act of buying and selling. Jesse Livermore had two different meanings behind his phrase, "I made more money sitting than I did actually trading."

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