One thing that separates those who make money consistently — and those who don’t — in the stock market often has to do with their trading psychology and mindset.
Emotional capital is important in not only getting through losses, but also knowing when to push when things are going well so you can get to the next level.
You want to get comfortable with the unknown and be able to trust your training and instincts.
It’s this ideology that pushed me to run during a winter storm that dumped a foot of snow on the ground here in Chicago, with 20 mph winds and temperatures around minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
P.S. One former hedge fund trader just pulled back the curtain on a new method that only requires you to participate in the market right before it closes.
You see, from the time the market opens until about 3 p.m. EST, Wall Street has the upper hand. But once 3 o’clock rolls around, the big funds on Wall Street start bleeding cash… which sends certain stocks crashing lower.