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How To Trade It: Talking to the world's most successful traders!

Casey Stubbs



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Small Wins and Self-Mastery-The Path to Trading Success

• 45 min

Successful traders understand that there are no guarantees in trading, and that losses are a part of the game. In this crossover episode, listeners are treated to an insightful conversation between Casey Stubbs and Louise Bedford.  The discussion centers around Casey's background as an army veteran and trader, and the importance of discipline and humility in trading. They also delve into the challenges of overconfidence and risk management, and how these can impact trading outcomes.  Listeners will learn about the effects of noise on IQ and confidence levels, and the traits of successful traders. The conversation emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and avoiding negative self-talk, and offers free resources for traders.  In this episode, you will learn: The importance of risk management and humility in trading.Knowing our talents and shortcomings as well as any potential biases we may have can help us make better judgments and prevent expensive errors.Risk management, self-evaluation, and having a clear routine or procedure can all help traders stay on course and prevent rash judgments.Discipline In Trading  Discipline is an essential aspect of trading. It refers to the ability to follow a set of rules and trading strategies consistently, regardless of the emotional highs and lows of the market.  Successful traders understand that discipline is critical to achieving long-term profitability and avoiding costly mistakes. Discipline helps traders stick to their trading plan, control their emotions, manage risk, avoid over-trading, and continuously learn and improve.  Managing Risk  Physiological stressors like stress and anxiety can have a big impact on how traders handle risk. Successful trading requires the ability to control risk, and when physiological pressure interferes with risk management, it can result in impulsive behavior and increased risk-taking.  Traders can lessen the impact of physiological pressure on risk management and make logical decisions based on market analysis rather than emotions, by putting Grab your copy of the Complete Trading System This book teaches you how to build a trading system from the ground up and how to become profitable in the markets. Join our back-by-popular-demand Strike Trader Elite Signal service for a limited-time only! Support the showConnect with Casey: Website: YouTube: YouTube: Facebook: LinkedIn: Twitter: Global Prop Trader: Email:

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