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There Are 3 Requirements To Becoming a Winning Trader

Knowledge, Experience & Discipline

Experience cannot be taught, I have literally paid for each mistake in the markets. For every mistake I made there was a lesson to be learned. By exposing yourself to the markets you’ll gain the much needed experience to grow as a trader.

Growth Through Trial & Error

Failure is growth, it implies that you are getting out of your comfort zone to learn something new. Naturally, when you try and learn something new you’re probably not going to be great at it. If you’re able to push and persevere, you will come back stronger each time.

There will be no better teacher than the market, each person has their own unique strengths and weaknesses. Reviewing both winning & losing trades will give you insight as to what those are. Most time all you have to do is ask yourself “Why did I take this particular trade?” & proceed to be brutally honest with yourself.

Rules Protect You From Financial Ruin

Self Discipline is a skill that requires practice and is especially useful when trading. It is essential that you stick to your rules & strategy for long term success. You have all the freedom to make decisions for yourself in the markets. There are no rules except for the ones you set for yourself. Make it a habit to stick to your rules.

You Don't Know What You Don't Know

There are important concepts that new traders don’t know of or bother learning  and that puts them at a major disadvantage. The quicker you get acquainted with them, the better you are equipped to play the game. I’ve included some of these concepts in my free course, I still apply those same concepts for every trade I take.

TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY

There’s a vast number of people who call themselves traders when in fact they are gamblers. Without proper risk management you risk to lose it all. There are many projects that have died or capitulated.

The investors of those projects might choose to blame the project that failed for losing their capital, that only diverts the responsibility away from ourselves and onto someone else.The truth is no one can makes us do anything, it’s simply easier to blame rather than to accept responsibility. I quickly learned that it was costing me money so I decided that I needed to take full responsibility for every trade I took.

HOW YOU DO ONE THING, IS HOW YOU DO EVERYTHING

Who you are will leak into your trades. If you choose to only exercise only when you feel like it you will only follow your trading rules only when you feel like it. We are what we repeatedly do, so pay attention to how you do everything.

Notice how you spend your time, improvement takes effort. Would you read a book instead of binge watching Netflix? When was the last time you read a book? Books can be incredibly helpful, if you're interested in trading I suggest you listen to or read the book: Market Wizards By Jack D. Schwager

Know Thyself

You will have to work on your psychology to understand the motivations & beliefs behind each trade you take. If you’re not aware of the underlying reasons behind your decisions it’ll most likely manifest into poor trading results.

When I first got started I had issues with over trading because I loved the feeling of being in the markets. I would check the prices as soon as I woke up, throughout the day and right before I went to bed. I didn’t know it at the time but I was addicted to having my money in the markets, this lead me to taking trades that weren’t set up properly. I later understood that because I lacked excitement in my life, I was making up for it by over trading.

After reviewing hundreds of trades, I understood what I was doing. From then on I made sure that I was aware of why I was taking a trade. I didn’t magically become a profitable trader after that but I did reduce my trading mistakes. This first revelation began a ‘weeding out’ process where I would find flaws in my decision making & correct them. This was a slow but much needed process to get me closer to becoming a winning trader.

What Is Your Goal?

I started out this journey with the goal of being financially free, so I could live the life I wanted instead of going down the traditional path. I wanted the freedom to experience life the way I wanted, not behind some cubicle in a corporate office.

I stumbled across cryptocurrencies in 2017 while in college, I was studying a major I had no interest in with no plans after graduation. I had zero experience in trading but I was drawn to the idea of it. Once I found cryptocurrencies & realized how easy it was for me to get involved, I jumped right in.

I went through a journey of researching many different projects and felt a sense of excitement when I learned what blockchain could offer the world. I wasted no time & put almost all my savings into Bitcoin.

Luckily for me I was in the right place at the right time, Bitcoin ended up soaring all the way to $20,000 by the end of 2017. Needless to say, I felt like a genius…that feeling didn’t last though. After the crash I wanted to get more serious so I continued to expand my knowledge on trading and investing.

Ultimately, I needed a more hands-on experience so I got back into the markets with less capital this time. Both the winning & losing trades taught me lessons, they helped me to sharpen my skills and apply what I learned going forward.

What I’ve presented in my free course is what I consider to be the foundational principles of trading. Without them it becomes increasingly difficult to succeed in being a profitable trader in the long term.

There’s a vast number of people who call themselves traders when in fact they are gamblers. Without proper risk management you risk to lose it all. There are many projects that have died or capitulated.

The investors of those projects might choose to blame the project for losing their money, that only diverts the responsibility away from ourselves and onto someone else. The truth is no one can makes us do anything, it’s simply easier to blame others rather than accepting responsibility. I quickly learned that it was costing me money so I decided that I had to take full responsibility for every trade I took.

Education was the first thing I turned to, I didn’t have the knowledge required to make good decisions. Once I fixed that I was able to slowly improve my results, I am the only one responsible for how a trade turned out. Take responsibility & educate yourself on the trading game.

Here Is What You Get:

  • Understanding Risk Management & Position Sizing
  • A Lesson On Technical Analysis : The Tools To Read a Chart