The Crosshairs Trader Blog

THE THINKING TRADER

 

MANIC MARKET THINKING

 

 

“Amidst the recent, historically high volatility in the financial markets, there have been a large percentage of investors who have been sleeping like a baby – a baby that stays up all night crying!” (INVESTING CAFFEINE)

“The equities markets look very bearish to me at the moment, right now perhaps the safest long term investment you can make is to dance with your family.” (THE ARPS NEWSLETTER)

“Unfortunately, you can’t “watch” a portfolio higher.  Improve the process and the results will follow.” (TYLERS TRADING)

“I remember one of the best decisions I ever made was to share my trading results with my wife.” (ATTITRADE)

“Planet of the Apes isn’t coming true. Be nice to other people. Become a human.” (ALTUCHER CONFIDENTIAL)

The best decision makers are the ones who know when not to trust themselves.” (DEREK HERNQUIST)

“Bottoming is a process, not an event.” (MARKET WATCH)

“The indexes that everyday retail and institutional investors rely upon are being calculated on an intraday basis without a full deck.” (THEMIS TRADING)

“Exiting on a stop-loss is often a necessary precaution to prevent a small loss from becoming a large one if we continue fighting the price action as it moves against us.” (MONEY SHOW)

“The stories we tell ourselves about creative achievement nearly always focus on the holy grail of inspiration, and leave out the rather important bits about perspiration.” (THE 99 PERCENT)

“Sometimes when I’m stuck on a course of action, I use two techniques to help me decide.” (DANIEL PINK)

The safest road to Hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts.” (THE EPICUREAN DEALMAKER)

“There are two ways to learn a new skill in general. Through the school of hard knocks and through the mentorship of others that have the gift of teaching. To become a successful trader, you need to somehow implement both approaches.” (IVANHOFF)

“Market watchers who create huge complicated scenarios with multiple factors to describe price trends are full of you know what.” (FACTOR)

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