Quote: Jesse Livermore – New leaders

„Just as styles in women’s gowns and hats and costume jewelry arc forever changing with time, the old leaders of the stock market are dropped and new ones rise up to take their plaees. Years ago the ehief leaders were the railroads, American Sugar, and Tobacco. Then came the steels, and American Sugar and Tobacco were nudged into the background. Then came the motors, and so on up to the present time. Today we have only four groups in the position of dominating the market: steels, motors, aircraft stoeks, and mail orders. As they go, so goes the whole market. In the course of time new leaders will come to the front; some of the old leaders will be dropped. It will always be that way as long as there is a stock market. Keep mentally flexible. Remember the leaders of today may not be the leaders two years from now.“

Jesse Livermore, größter Spekulant aller Zeit

Overtrading – Des Traders größter Feind

Overtrading betrifft fast jeden und doch wird kaum über dieses Thema gesprochen. Dieser Post soll ein wenig Licht ins Dunkle bringen und die genauen Ursachen erforschen. (5 min Lesezeit)

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Quote: Randy McKay – Getting hurt

“When I get hurt in the market, I get the hell out. It doesn’t matter at all where the market is trading. I just get out, because I believe that once you’re hurt in the market, your decisions are going to be far less objective than they are when you’re doing well… If you stick around when the market is severely against you, sooner or later they are going to carry you out.”

Randy McKay – Famous Currency Trader

Lasst als Anfänger besser die Finger vom Trading, AUSSER…

Ich beantworte eine Leserfrage und erörtere, warum ich der großen Mehrheit der Tradinganfänger davon abraten würde, es mit dem aktiven Handel überhaupt zu versuchen (5 min Lesezeit)

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