Trader Development

Options Trading for Income with John Locke for November 17, 2014

Nov 18th, 2014 | By | Category: Guest Blog, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

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Avoiding Losers (And Winners)

Nov 17th, 2014 | By | Category: David Blair, Trader Development
*****David Blair, The Crosshairs Trader, is a blogger/trader/educator who does a wonderful job of sharing research on elite performance and how it relates to trading. Below is his latest post for the SMB trading community.***** — Editor’s Note Key Point: We will do anything to avoid a loss even to the point of ignoring that we have one, while claiming any small gain as quickly as possible just to say we had one. We have all heard it said … let your winners run and cut your losers short… but understanding and then accepting it is quite another matter.  We may hear it and we may read it and we may nod our heads in Read more [...]


Lesson 1: Trading is Decision Making

Nov 16th, 2014 | By | Category: Bruce Bower, General Comments, Trader Development, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology
Lesson #1 : Good trading is about good decision-making Last week, I wrote up seven lessons that I’ve learned about investing and trading over the past few years. That was an overview of some of the more interesting and surprising things that I’d come across in my journey in the markets. As a continuation of this series, I’m going to do a deeper dive on each of the seven lessons, giving a sneak preview of the content in my upcoming book. When we are investing or trading, we are making decisions about what and when to buy and sell. How we arrive at those decisions is up to us, but we are essentially just processing information Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for November 10, 2014

Nov 11th, 2014 | By | Category: Guest Blog, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

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Top 20 Books to Improve your Thinking as a Trader and Investor

Nov 9th, 2014 | By | Category: David Blair, Trader Development
*****David Blair, The Crosshairs Trader, is a blogger/trader/educator who does a wonderful job of sharing research on elite performance and how it relates to trading. Below is his latest post for the SMB trading community.***** — Editor’s Note I am often asked to share my favorite stock trading books.  Although I do have a shelf dedicated to the important technical aspect of trading, the rest of my library is devoted to what I believe has always been the most critically important subject for successful trading.  Until recently, it is a subject that has been passively discussed, oftentimes merely treated as a footnote in Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for November 3, 2014

Nov 5th, 2014 | By | Category: John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

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The PlayBook Checkup: One Bad Trade

Nov 5th, 2014 | By | Category: in house training, Trader Development, Trading Lesson
Below is our newest installment of The PlayBook Checkup with Bella, author of One Good Trade and The PlayBook. During these sessions a trade archived by a Junior Trader from our desk will be reviewed by Bella. Real-time attendance is free for SMBU Tools subscribers, who can also ask questions during the event. In this video, an SMB trader talks about his trade in $TTWO, a change in fundamentals.  Bella explains why this wasn't a good trade. @MikeBellafiore You can be better tomorrow than you are today! Mike Bellafiore is the Co-Founder of SMB Capital and SMBU, which provides trading education in stocks, options, forex Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for October 27, 2014

Oct 27th, 2014 | By | Category: John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

 

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