Bulletproof Trading_ 20 Laws for Steadfast Confidence, Killing Fears of Losing, and Making Money Consistently in Stock Market


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Pub Date: 2015-05-07 | ISBN-10 : | ISBN-13 : | Author : Steve Ryan | Publisher : Stop making investing decisions based on fear of losing money or confusion over market noises. Instead, develop a BULLETPROOF method to generate profits consistently. Question: What do you think the most reliable predictor of a successful stock investor? If you answer experience in financial industry or Ivy League financial education , you are dead wrong. Nicolas Darvas (made 2 million dollars profit in 1950s) was a professional performer, Dan Zanger (turned 10K to 18 million dollars during the 1990s) was a pool contractor, and T. Rowe Price, Jr. (just google the guy!) held a chemistry degree from non-Ivy League universities. Intelligence is not the answer. Warren Buffet (if you don't know him, you shouldn't be reading this book) publicly mocked the importance of high IQs among investors. What if the big secret of making money from the stock market consistently is not intelligence , but winning habits instead? The great Vince Lombardi (Go Packers!) once said, "Winning is a habit, but unfortunately, so is losing." If winning habits are keys to winning in stock market, what are they and how to cultivate them? This is where the book you are about to read is useful: 1) Identify and change the bad habits holding you back from money. 2) Free you up from the demon of trading indiscipline. This includes over-trading and revenge, impulsive trading. 3) Why most investors achieve stunningly poor returns on their money - and how to NOT become one of them. 4) How to have the confidence to make money consistently to pay your bills and other obligations. 5) How to avoid stressing out about your investments. 6) How to use the habits you cultivate to automatically execute investment plans. Indiscipline traders are prone to impulse trading. Impulse trading means trading without plan and strictly based on gut feeling. Impulse trading also means trading based on someone else’s opinion or even CNBC Type The Book Title On Search Form at http://isbooks.net/get