Saturday $STUDY Session, November 19th.

Great links shared on StockTwits over the past week that discuss process, mindset, & strategies for success in the Markets




“One of the most common mistakes I see traders make is sizing positions too large for the amount of pain they are emotionally prepared to endure. That creates a situation in which mere noise is likely to push a trader’s panic button.



“It would seem that put insurance is indeed cheap in calmer markets. It’s a great story, but is it borne out by the evidence? If you’re looking for portfolio insurance, better read up:



“In order for a transaction to occur in the financial markets (like getting out of a trade) someone needs to be willing to take the other side of your trade–to buy when you are selling for example. If there is no one there to transact with you at the stop loss price, the stop loss order (which is typically a ‘market order’) will find the nearest price where someone is willing to transact with you. At times this can be very far away from your stop loss price.”


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Curated by: Sean McLaughlin

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