Mind Power: Thought Techniques for High-Powered Trading

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Traders Press, Jul 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 161 pages
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Traders worldwide have come to rely on the advice of Ruth Barrons Roosevelt, a renowned psychological trading coach and successful futures trader.

In Mind Power, Roosevelt builds on the information she dispensed in previous books, drawing the wisdom from her regular online column. As with all Roosevelt's insights, this book expands on tips, tools, and explorations she uses.

Roosevelt stresses that the human mind is a powerful engine that can drive your trading success. In Mind Power, she lays out the steps and exercise that will lead to profitable trading and investing.

Discover what thousands of others have already have:

Roosevelt can help you turn your powerful ideas into positive action!

 

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Contents

Prologue
1
SuperCharging Your Affirmations
14
A Look at Fear
29
Seeding Thoughts for Prosperity through Trading
42
Justice and Trading
57
Courage and Trading
59
Getting Right with Trading Basics
74
Maintaining Sanity in a Schizophrenic Market
88
The Confident Trader
101
To Love is to Be Happy With
115
Effectiveness is The Measure of Truth
119
Formulas for Successful Trading
134
Responsibility and You
147
Trial and Triumph
160
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About the author (2011)

Ruth Barrons Roosevelt, a futures trader and psychological trading coach,

helps traders from around the world achieve trading excellence. She has served as

a vice president of Prudential Securities and Thomson McKinnon. She headed the

International Moneyline trading desk at Rudolf Wolf (New York, 1981-1986). Before

that, she was a stock and futures broker at Drexel Burnham Lambert, where

she broke records by opening 250 accounts in one month.

A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, she is a member of the

New York and California Bar Associations. Ruth frequently contributes articles

on the psychology of successful trading to major financial publications. She coauthored

Living In Step (McGraw Hill, 1976), and produced "Power Trading for

Power Profits," an audio course for self-mastery in trading.

Barron's, Business Week, The Independent of London, the Toronto Star, New York

Magazine, and numerous other publications have profiled her for her work with

traders. In addition, Ruth has appeared on network television programs, including

CNN Nightly News, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and The Late

Night Show with David Letterman. She also has been featured on international

television, such as Japan Public Television, Nippon Television, Hungarian Public

Television, and Finland Television Channel 3.

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