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Trading is your passion? Here are 7 trading lesson that can help

Trading is your passion? Here are 7 trading lesson that can helpstocl market institute and share market courses

Trading should be ones life’s passion, and people have made about every trading mistake you can think of during their career.

Here we are sharing the most important trading lessons we observed so that you don’t have to make all the same mistakes .

Here are the 7 most important trading lessons every stock trader needs to know to become a consistently profitable stock market trader.

  1. Obey Your Stop Losses

You have probably heard this advice so many times, it is almost cliche. Everyone knows people who have blown up there account because they didn’t stop out of their positions when they were supposed to. Obeying your stop losses are obviously crucial to keeping losses small.

What is less talked about are the times when you get out before your stop loss is hit, but your target hasn’t been met either. Have you ever stopped out of something because the stock dipped, you got scared, and stopped out prematurely before it even hit your stop loss?

The stock probably reversed right after you got out, and then made that exact move you were anticipating. Obeying your stop losses to keep you in winning trades is just as important as keeping losing trades small.

  1. Come To The Market Prepared

Trading stocks is so much easier when you have done all the preparation before the market opens. If you come to the market after doing zero preparation, you shouldn’t trade at all that day.

When you know what stocks you are watching, and what prices you will enter and exit at before the market opens, your trading will become so much less stressful and emotional. When the market opens, you shouldn’t be having to do much thinking. It should all just be about execution.

  1. Have A Daily Max Loss

Trading stocks for a career is about survival. At any given day, you could lose your whole trading account if you lose control. You need to have a number that if you lose that much money in a day, you call it quits. here an article on how to outcome continuous losses article

  1. Never Take Profits Before Your First Target

Early profit-taking has big consequences. Letting your winners run is just as important as having small losers in trading. If you have a trading system where you have a low win percentage, you will not be able to make money from the stock market in the long run if you take early profits.

It is easy to take profits as soon as you are green, especially after you have been on a cold streak.

  1. Take Partial Profits

Partial profit taking can greatly increase your patience in trade. One of the biggest problems a lot of new traders have is that they don’t take profits when they are up big because they will assume it will keep going up. However, most new traders will get emotional when they see a big unrealized gain evaporate.

Exiting half of your stocks at your 1st target will give you noticeable cash flow, while also keeping your position to capture a big movement. Everyone has a different style of trading, but I’ve found that this helps the majority of my students trade less emotionally.

  1. Increase Your Position Size on the Best Setups

Not all trades are created equal. A+ trades don’t come along every day. But when they do, you have to hammer them with big size. Just like the poker player bets big when he has pocket Aces, you as a trader have to bet bigger when you know the probability is higher the trade will play out.

If you just take 100 shares on every setup you see you are doing yourself a huge disservice. Once you can identify the setup you perform best in, you know what to put big size on, what to trade with half size, and what to avoid completely.

  1. Leave Your Computer If There Is Nothing To Trade Before 11 am

There are only a handful of situations where you want to be putting on new positions after 11 am. I cannot tell you how many times I have been red in the morning, traded the afternoon, and then ended up even redder.

It is better to just use that time to review your trades from the morning, figure out what you did wrong, and what you will do different tomorrow.

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