Two Psychology Patterns Affecting Traders and Investors
Our behaviour is determined by psychological patterns. Becoming aware of them and mastering them is key to becoming a successful trader and investor.
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About this course
Our behaviour is determined by psychological patterns. These patterns are the result of our personal experiences, upbringing and sociocultural environment. They develop to guide our thinking and decision making in order to successfully tackle the challenges we face. Trading however, is a very different business compared to any other endeavor, and therefore our patterns that account for our success in other areas of our life, fail us miserably, if we let them control us when trading the markets.
Master your psychology to become a successful trader and investor
In order to become successful as traders, you need to find and replace these patterns. By taking this course, you will learn techniques that will help you identify, disable and replace these patterns, also called psychological traps, with better ones, that are more productive for your trading.
In this trading psychology course, you will learn...
about the effects emotions have on trading decisions
about the psychological patterns that inhibit your decision making and ultimately your development as a trader
how to adopt techniques and develop positive habits to break the cycle of negative psychological patterns
Why is trading psychology so important?
Trading is just as much about psychology as it is about interpreting the markets correctly. Of course if you don't have a successful trading strategy, a great psychological mindset won't help you at all, but countless traders who have mastered the basics of trading and have defined their strategy end up failing because they become victims of their own psychological patterns.
Take this course to take the first right step in the direction of mastering your trading psychology and obtaining more stable profits.
Risk warning: Trading in financial instruments carries a high level of risk to your capital with the possibility of losing more than your initial investment. Trading in financial instruments may not be suitable for all investors, and is only intended for people over 18. Please ensure that you are fully aware of the risks involved and, if necessary, seek independent financial advice. The educational content on Tradimo is presented for educational purposes only and does not constitute financial advice.