Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline, and a Winning Attitude (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
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Review: Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline, and a Winning Attitude

User Review  - Logan - Goodreads

Had some very helpful insights, but also a lot of weird psychology that I in no way agree with. I say skim it, read the stuff specifically about trading and skip the rest. Read full review

Review: Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline, and a Winning Attitude

User Review  - Leo Bharata - Goodreads

It is not a technical or fundamental analysis book, but what being written here is a very important concept or mind set. It is not a book for those just began trading as it might be quite hard too ... Read full review

Contents

FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS
THE SHIFT TO TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
THE SHIFT TO MENTAL ANALYSIS
THE ATTRACTION
THE DANGERS
THE SAFEGUARDS
SHAPING YOUR MENTAL ENVIRONMENT
REACTING TO LOSS
DEFINING THE TERMS
HOW THE FUNDAMENTAL TRUTHS RELATE TO THE SKILLS
MOVING TOWARD THE ZONE
THE ORIGINS OF A BELIEF
BELIEFS AND THEIR IMPACT ON OUR LIVES
BELIEFS VS THE TRUTH
THE PRIMARY CHARACTERISTICS OF A BELIEF
SELFVALUATION AND TRADING

WINNERS LOSERS BOOMERS AND BUSTERS
THINKING ABOUT TRADING
REALLYUNDERSTANDING RISK
ALIGNING YOUR MENTAL ENVIRONMENT
DEBUGGING YOUR MENTAL SOFTWARE
PERCEPTION AND LEARNING
PERCEPTION AND RISK
THE POWER OF ASSOCIATION
THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE
THE MARKETS MOST FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERISTIC
RANDOM OUTCOME CONSISTENT RESULTS
TRADING IN THE MOMENT
MANAGING EXPECTATIONS
ELIMINATING THE EMOTIONAL RISK
DEFINING THE PROBLEM
THE MECHANICAL STAGE
THE ROLE OF SELFDISCIPLINE
CREATING A BELIEF IN CONSISTENCY
EXERCISE
A FINAL NOTE
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