Day trading

As Jack Welch told us: “change before you have to.”

Beginners are attracted to day trading because, most of us when we start out, only consider one thing: risk.

With day trading we’re offered a low-risk, and the beginner takes this (usually unsuccessfully) with low probability entries.

The professional counters by taking high probability opportunities.

This often requires close attention for long periods followed by quick and decisive action.

Like all the best games, day trading is easy to learn but hard to master.

As Seth says, “if failure is not an option, neither is (the) success.”

Published by Day Trader

I flew fast jets for 30 years of my life. I've traded full-time, more or less, for the last ten years, initially from fundamentals and over the last few years as a dedicated day trader. I live on the North Norfolk coast.

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