Successful Traders Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Successful Traders Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Successful Traders Sayings By Robert Rolih: Short-term trading is very time-consuming. That is why even "successful" short-term traders can easily have Short-term trading is very time-consuming. That is why even "successful" short-term traders can easily have negative real ROI. — Robert Rolih
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Successful Traders Sayings By Paul Tudor Jones: Where you want to be is always in control, never wishing, always trading, and always Where you want to be is always in control, never wishing, always trading, and always first and foremost protecting your ass. That's why most people lose money as individual investors or traders because they're not focusing on losing money. They need to focus on the money that they have at risk and how much capital is at risk in any single investment they have. If everyone spent 90 percent of their time on that, not 90 percent of the time on pie-in-the-sky ideas on how much money they're going to make, then they will be incredibly successful investors. — Paul Tudor Jones
Successful Traders Sayings By Michael Steinhardt: The markets are always changing, and the successful trader needs to adapt to these changes. The markets are always changing, and the successful trader needs to adapt to these changes. — Michael Steinhardt
Successful Traders Sayings By Alexander Elder: Most private traders on a losing streak keep trying to trade their way out of Most private traders on a losing streak keep trying to trade their way out of a hole. A loser thinks a successful trade is just around the corner, and that his luck is about to turn. He keeps putting on more trades and increases his size, all the while digging himself a deeper hole in the ice. The sensible thing to do would be to reduce your trading size and then stop and review your system. — Alexander Elder
Successful Traders Sayings By Daniel Kahneman: Unfortunately, skill in evaluating the business prospects of a firm is not sufficient for successful Unfortunately, skill in evaluating the business prospects of a firm is not sufficient for successful stock trading, where the key question is whether the information about the firm is already incorporated in the price of the stock. Traders apparently lackthe skill to answer this crucial question, but they appear to be ignorant of their ignorance. — Daniel Kahneman
Successful Traders Sayings By Alexander Elder: The goal of a successful trader is to make the best trades. Money is secondary. The goal of a successful trader is to make the best trades. Money is secondary. — Alexander Elder