1. One of your most pressing things is to give up your belief in certainty and practice becoming a probabilistic thinker.

2. If you only think of money, you won't be able to make money. It sounds backward, but that's how the world works.


3. We learn from mistakes better than from successes.
A painful and dull loss over time resulting from a mistake will be in your mind, more than anything else.

4. "doesn’t correlate with IQ once you’re above the level of 25. Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble investing" - Warren Buffett

5. Usually, a particular situation triggers an emotional button in your head.
Always be calm, careful, and determined.
Planning is the top priority


6. Success comes from assessing the available information to enter a position that is most beneficial, and regularly repeating it.
But how good trade can look, it can't be won.
There will always be some degree of uncertainty that exists.

7. Before the market opens, take a few seconds to close your eyes and visualize all the bad scenarios - the market goes against you, a painful loss, etc.
And when you open your eyes, you are ready to accept and accept it with serenity and discipline.

8. Do something unpleasant in the morning (like a cold shower) and the rest of the day will be softer.


9. Most of us are confused about what is truly valuable and important in our life.
So we take the time to pursue things that, instead of making us happy, make us worry and suffer - that's why we suffer.

10. A lack of preparation and planning leads to emotional trading and losses that can be avoided.
  • Do your own research
  • Find the most suitable system
  • Plan
  • Risk management
11. I spend a lot of time, almost every day, just sitting and thinking. That's very rare in American businesses. ”

12. You cannot have a successful trading career if your ideas and opinions are easily denied by others' opinions.
You must believe in yourself and learn to trust your judgment.


13. You cannot eliminate the risk completely.
If you do, you're just trying to reverse the risk curve.
Instead, why not learn to accept and manage it with sound strategies?

14. Before entering a position, you have to know where to win if you win, where you will lose if you lose, and if you lose, how much will you lose.
If you are not sure about it then do not enter

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