If you had to describe the best trader in the world, who would that person be? What qualities would he have? Take a moment to envision him. This is important because this is the person you want to be, so you need to have an exact picture of him and what his qualities are.
The answer is that he is someone whose trading is somehow complete. Someone who is controlling his trading at all times; someone who trades aggressively on winning trades and gets out of losing trades quickly; someone with a comfortable trading account, who is unconcerned about calling a trade; someone who has a precise trading plan and is willing to stick to the plan all the time; someone who is calm, good-natured, and trades equally well during even the toughest time.
Visualize this trader. Then try to be this trader. Work on making your trading complete this way, to become the best trader in the world.
Andy Jordan Educator for Futures Trading Strategies on Spreads, Options, Swing/Day Trading, and Editor of Traders Notebook. You can read my bio by followingthis link.
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