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Month: December 2014

Predator or Prey. Which are you?‏

After a while hanging around the Binary Options market and the people it attracts you see two distinct types of people emerge.

You have the predator and you have the prey.

The predators are the guys who commit to a proven system and don’t give up after a few loses.

These guys learn from their mistakes, refine their approach and keep their eye on the prize.

These guys are hunting out profits daily.

Just like an experienced hunter in the African jungle, they  . . .

Choose their spot.

Choose their target.

Adjust for the wind and other outside influences.  

Line up their target.

And . . . when the time is right . . . they EXECUTE.

Do they get a direct hit every time?

No they don’t, but that doesn’t matter. They score a hit enough times to be considered the predator and not the prey.

Who are the prey?

These are the traders who are taking trades on hunches.

Jumping between systems and methods.

Letting emotions rule their analytical process.

The markets will chew these guys up like a lion on a gazelle.

Which one are you?

Which would you like to be?

I’m here to help if you need me.

Happy Trading

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How to never loose another trade

I’m going to keep it short and to the point today . . .

You want to know how to never lose another trade?

Simple  . . . give up!

I hate to say it, but there’s no system out there offering a perfect hit rate.

And if you see one?
Run for the hills because it’s a scam all neatly packaged up.
   
Losing is part of the game.

It’s something you get used to over time.  

Something that doesn’t bother you if you have true belief in your trading strategy.

Have you taken any big losses recently?

If so, don’t let them worry you.

Just make sure you understand WHY those losses occurred.

Make sure you adjust your strategy to account for this new information.

And if you don’t have a winning strategy?

You know where I am . . .

I’m here if you need me 

Sure I have losing trades. It happens to the best of us.

But . . . at the end of the month I’m always up.

You can be too.
Happy Trading
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