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Best practices for trading psychology

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  3. Psychology Resources/Journals

    Find journal templates and resources related to psychology.

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  4. Psychology Articles

    Articles from Trading Psychologist.

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  5. Averaging Down

    A forum post for discussion on averaging down.

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  6. Being Mindful

    A forum post for discussion on being mindful while analyzing the market.

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  7. Building Mental Resilience

    A forum post for discussion on building mental resilience while trading.

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  8. Coping with Anxiety

    A forum post for discussion on coping with anxiety during the market hours

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  9. Dealing with FOMO

    A forum post for discussion on dealing with the effects of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out)

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  10. Developing a Pre-Market Routine

    A forum post for discussion about pre-market routines and how they assist traders.

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  11. Fear of Taking a Trade

    A forum post for discussion on the fear of taking a trade or fear of being wrong.

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  12. Improving Discipline

    A forum post for discussion on improving discipline.

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  13. Increasing Patience

    A forum post for discussion on increasing patience while trading.

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  14. Overtrading

    A forum post for discussion on overtrading.

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  15. Other

    Post all other psychology related topics here .

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