The Second Greatest Trading Book in the World

For those who missed "The Greatest Trading Book – Ever!" – see here: https://yourtradingcoach.com/ebooks/ Ok… but what comes second? Once again, it’s a book you’ll make yourself. This time, you’ll use a simple notebook rather than folder. And every time you read a trading blog, or newsletter, or book, or whatever, and a comment causes…

How Quickly Can You Identify the Current Market Environment?

Here's a documentation & learning tip which can really add significant value to your trading knowledge, and in time to your level of skill and confidence. Create and maintain a knowledge base documenting everything you know about every aspect of market environment: How to recognise the environment / the features of the environment. The nature…

Linking your Trading Journal to your Charts

My current business practice is for the use of an electronic trading journal spreadsheet, plus hardcopy printouts of charts. For those though who prefer to operate all electronic, saving on folder after folder of hardcopy printouts cluttering your trading office, the following is a simple Excel trick to allow you to easily find the chart…

How to Conduct an Effective Trading Session Review – 1 of 2

One of the greatest processes you have at your disposal, for maximizing your learning and fast-tracking your development as a trader, is your review process. Let’s have a look at how I recommend you carry out this often-neglected part of your daily trading routine… For too many traders, the review process is simply entering their…

The Greatest Trading Book – Ever!

  “Repeticio est mater studiorum.” (Repetition is the mother of all learning) …Saint Thomas Acquinas   If you’ve noticed the small size of this article, you may suspect that this article itself is NOT the Greatest Trading Book – Ever! And you’d be correct. But don’t worry; there’s a simple explanation. This article will explain…

Your Trading Problems are Your Path to Success

I get many emails from people frustrated with the challenges they face in learning to trade. Maybe you can relate to some of these problems: “…I’ve done it again. Another loss held past where I should have exited, hoping for it to come back…” “…It just seems too hard, juggling work, family and trading education….