Category Archives: Battlefield Strategy

TRIGGERED TRADES REVIEW…IN THE CROSSHAIRS

Unfortunately, the stock market is not in the life saving business.

MANAGING THE TRADING PROCESS

One of the reasons so few traders succeed is because they try to fit a one size fits all trading system into varying market conditions.

ARE YOU PREPARED FOR BATTLE?

Battles are won and lost BEFORE swords are drawn.

WHEN THE STOCK MARKET IS IN TRANSITION

Knowing that an increase in volatility can increase counter productive trading (e.g., over trading, revenge trading, top and bottom calling trading, etc) can help keep us from doing so.

THE STOCK TRADER’S PROCESS

Excelling at anything other than pure laziness requires effort in the form of deliberate and focused practice. This is no less the case when it comes to stock trading.

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS IS PREDICTIVE…OR IS IT?

In some circles, technical analysis receives a bad rap, and deservedly so, as many proponents of the art promote it as having some kind of magical predictive ability.

THE SUCCESSFUL TRADER … ACCORDING TO MARK DOUGLAS

There is a reason why so few traders succeed.

DEVELOPING A SIMPLE STOCK TRADING PROCESS

I truly believe that stock trading is simple but that it is the trader who makes it complicated.

THE STOCK TRADER’S PERCEPTION MATTERS

We discuss how to manage our perceptions by developing a solid process based the understanding that no matter what has happened in the past anything can happen in the future.

DEVELOPING A VIABLE STOCK TRADING PROCESS

The process requires not only the identification of an historically tested edge but also the mindset to follow through with trading and trusting the edge and its random results.