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Trading – what is the Emotional Head-Game?

    http://pro-fundity.com/provident-investing-book-study-course/     In anyone’s trading experience, ANYONE’S, there will be losses right along with the wins. That is true of the most experienced professional as well as the greenest novice on the globe. Even the snake oil vendors who promise trading success “worth $150,000 with a 30 minute effort one night a week,” [...]

2019-03-14T17:47:57+00:00 By |

Fear – What is the Value to a Trader?

http://pro-fundity.com/provident-investing-book-study-course/     Most people on the street have no idea how the financial markets work, and in any walk of life, the unknown breeds fear.  Not the kind of fear that would cause us to run, but an uneasy feeling, something we’d rather avoid.  Ask most people what strategies they would use to invest [...]

2019-03-14T04:34:50+00:00 By |

Risk Tolerance Quiz – Pro-fundity Trading Tool

Risk tolerance is important to understand. It will help you protect the discretionary money you are looking to trade.  The  products in the link give you tools to manage risk. http://pro-fundity.com/provident-investing-book-study-course/ We congratulate you for taking this first step to assess  your own risk tolerance. Brave people want to know what’s inside! Often, you don’t know how you’ll react [...]

2019-03-14T20:40:24+00:00 By |

Psychology: Trader Emotional Fitness

 http://pro-fundity.com/provident-investing-book-study-course/ Learning is empowerment and a key to emotional fitness in trading.   Psychology - Mental (Emotional) Fitness for Traders    Psychology: Most traders neglect one of the most important parts of trading:  The psychology of the game. How mentally prepared are you for the trials and tribulations that are important in the trading activity? After [...]

2019-01-14T20:23:23+00:00 By |

Learn to Earn: Peter Lynch

Learn to Earn: Peter Lynch The junior high schools and high schools of America have forgotten to teach one of the most important courses of all.  Investing.  This is a glaring omission.  History we teach, but not the part about the great march of capitalism and the role that companies have played in changing (and [...]

2019-01-16T22:24:12+00:00 By |

Managed Market Risk – oxymoron? No! Not with understanding.

Managed Market risk- oxymoron?  No!  Three dozen free tutorials are found in Trading Tips, along with easy to learn methods that we sell reasonably in our product section. http://pro-fundity.com/provident-investing-book-study-course/ When you become aware of market risk, you will see the value of caution and control, features that can be learned! We call that, Managed Market [...]

2019-03-14T20:53:19+00:00 By |

Van K Tharp – guest editorial

Guest Editorial by Super Trader, Van K. Tharp Traders and Mistakes by Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. I’ve always said that trading is mostly psychological and that traders should spend a lot of time working on their core issues. In fact, most of my Super Traders spend at least a year working on psychological issues before [...]

2018-12-10T15:48:05+00:00 By |

Rolling Stocks, Personality- You Are Important! How do they relate?

Rolling Stocks, Personality- any relationship? Personalities differ. Knowing this helps us understand ourselves and others better. Considering this can be a valuable insight into managing our investments Who Am I? Who Are You? You are important, and by adding strengths, you will be more effective!  We all will be.  Each one of us has the feeling [...]

2019-03-14T21:10:53+00:00 By |

Robertson’s Rules of Order (Risk)

There are no set “weighting” exercises to evaluate a stock, in the end it comes down to your feelings and the risk you’re willing to take, the direction you want to go. Fundamental analysis: A dispassionate look at a stock: The stresses and economic conditions, examines a firm’s earning capacity, its growth potential, and its [...]

2018-12-07T18:36:22+00:00 By |