41). If it’s high, it could go higher.
42). If it’s low, it could go lower.
43). Market forces tire the trader.
44). Engulfment in loss and loss-freeze suck one out.
45). That’s exactly why we’re not going to let that happen. You know how. (Hint : stops).
46). Trade selection is the least of one’s problems. It’s no biggie.
47). Trade management separates winners from losers.
48). Proper trade exits are the icing on the cake.
49). Longs exiting in a rising market – hmmm – really?
50). Shorts exiting in a falling market – hmmm – really?
51). What’s that other fellow trading? Who cares?
52). How’s that other fellow doing? You got it. Who cares?
53). The only entity stopping you from outperformance – is you.
54). All your demons – are in you.
55). They’ll slowly come out, over the years, one by one, or some now, some later. Hopefully sooner than later.
56). Let them emerge, show their antics, and disappear forever. Make sure you bid them goodbye.
57). That’s why, you’re trading small, right, till your demons have emerged, created havoc, and then disappeared, forever?
58). You’ll feel it from inside, when it’s the right time to scale up. Develop this dialogue with yourself. A clear voice emerging from within can carry great advice.
59). Sure, you’re looking at trade signals, and sticking to trade rules. However, the voice from within is the net resultant per saldo vector of your entire trading experience. It carries weight.
60). Mostly, it doesn’t come. Clear the way for this voice to make itself heard when you need to listen to what it has to say. Trading, at first, is a bunch of rules. Later, trading becomes an art.