Part 1: Rational Analysis And Stock Market Trading
By Ultimate Trading
If technical analysis works so well, why dont more people involved in stock market trading consistently make money?
Once an investor involved in stock market trading learns to identify patterns
and read the market, there are limitless opportunities to make money.
But, as I'm sure you already know, there can also be a huge gap between
what you understand about stock market trading and your ability to transform
that knowledge into consistent profits and a steadily rising equity curve.
Think about the number of times you've looked at a price chart and said
to yourself, "Hmmm, it looks like the market is going up (or down)," and
what you thought was going to happen actually happened. But you didnt
actually make a trade, and you anguished over all the money you could
have made through stock market trading.
There's a big difference between predicting that something will happen
in stock market trading (and thinking about all the money you could have
made), and the reality of actually getting into and out of trades. The
difference a mental gap that can make stock market trading one of the
most difficult endeavors you could choose to undertake and certainly
one of the toughest to master.
The big question is: Can stock market trading be mastered? Is it possible
to actually trade with the same ease and simplicity you feel when youre
only watching the market and having theoretical success, as opposed to
actually executing trades? Not only can you, but that's exactly what this
article is designed to give you: insight and understanding you need about
yourself and about the nature of stock market trading. So the result is
that actually doing it becomes as easy, simple, and stress-free as when
you are just watching the market and thinking about doing it.
This may seem like a tall order, and to some of you it may even seem impossible.
But it's not. There are people who have mastered the art of stock market
trading, who have closed the gap between the possibilities available and
their bottom-line performance. But as you might expect, these winners
are relatively few in number compared with the number of people involved
in stock market trading who experience varying degrees of frustration,
wondering why they can't create consistent success.
There are two types of people involved in stock market trading: those
who consistently make money, and those who dont. Traders who have learned
to be consistent make significant sums of money in the market every year.
Surprisingly, most of the stock market trading industrys failures are
also bright and accomplished people. The largest group of consistent losers
is composed primarily of doctors, lawyers, engineers, scientists, CEOs,
wealthy retirees, and entrepreneurs. Furthermore, most of the best market
analysts are the worst at stock market trading.
Intelligence and good market analysis can certainly contribute to success
in stock market trading, but they are not the defining factors that separate
the consistent winners from everyone else. So if it isn't intelligence
or better analysis, then what could it be? The best traders think differently
from everyone else.
That doesn't sound profound, but it does have profound implications if
you consider what it means to think differently. To one degree or another,
all of us think differently from everyone else, especially when it comes
to stock market trading. We may not always be mindful of this fact; it
seems natural to assume that other people share our perceptions and interpretations
of events. In fact, this assumption continues to seem valid until we find
ourselves in a basic, fundamental disagreement with someone about something
we both experienced. Other than our physical features, the way we think
is what makes us unique, probably even more unique than our physical features
Let's get back to stock market trading. What is different about the way
the best traders think as opposed to how those who are still struggling
think? While the markets can be described as an arena of endless opportunities,
the markets simultaneously confront the individual with some of the most
sustained, adverse psychological conditions a person can be exposed to
while stock market trading.
At some point, everyone involved in stock market trading learns something
about the markets that will indicate when opportunities exist. But learning
how to identify an opportunity to buy or sell does not mean that you have
learned to think like a trader.
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