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【笔记】金融交易心理  

2013-04-01 05:58:49|  分类: 汇市博弈 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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【笔记】金融交易心理 - 汇士4xAce - 4xAce汇士
 

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1>>> The secret to goal setting is providing your goals with emotional force.

2>>> Your losing trade is never a total loss as long as you embrace it and learn from it.

3>>> Confidence doesn't come from being right all the time; it comes from surviving the many occasions of being wrong.

4>>> Work on that one goal intensively and daily until you make and sustain significant progress; then move to the next change.

5>>> The key to change is relapse prevention: repeating new patterns so often that they become natural to us.

6>>> The best traders are those who have made self-improvement a way of life.

7>>> If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.

8>>> If you view losing as a natural part of trading, have experienced and bounced back from losses before, and have mechanisms in place to limit your losses, stress is unlikely to become distress.

9>>> Not all psychological stress brings distress, and not all psychological stress is bad.

10>>> RESILIENCE: the ability to maintain high levels of functioning even in the face of significant stresses.

11>>> Good traders learn from losses and use them to revise market views.

12>>> Success does not consist in never making mistakes but in never making the same one a second time.

13>>> In successful tradings you're more patient entering trades and take fewer trades.

14>>> The absolutely worst trading occurs when you hold a strong view at the start of the market day and do not modify the view as the day progresses.

15>>> By conducting detailed comparisons between your best and worst tradings, you can find a focus for your self-coaching efforts and channel your energies in the most constructive directions.

16>>> An intense competitive drive and a ferocious desire to win.

17>>> By staying emotionally connected to the pain created by their worst trading, traders stoke their motivation to avoid trading mistakes.

18>>> Whenever you write down a rule or mentally rehearse it, make sure that you are emotionally connected to it.

19>>> The best rules feel like must, not just should.

20>>> A cardinal rule is to not allow trades that have moved a threshold amount in your favor to become losing trades.

21>>> Many destructive trading behaviors are the result of pain-avoidance.

22>>> Being keenly aware of the effect of position sizing on returns.

23>>> Punishment fails because it does not model and reinforce the right behaviors.

24>>> It certainly wouldn't figure out he right behaviors from the punishment of the wrong.

25>>> You can keep a positive tone to the learning progress by shaping your trading behaviors: rewarding small, incremental progress toward the desired goals.

26>>> The very structure of market returns ensures a high degree of psychological challenge for traders.

27>>> It's not how much you make, but how much you make per unit of risk taken that will keep you in or out of the performance zone.

28>>> Control the arousal level of the body as a powerful means of controlling the arousal level of the mind.

29>>> I firmly believe that looking for good reward-to-risk trades and using a reasonable position sizing method were the most important factors in my success.

30>>> The goal is to keep losses at 1R or less and to have profits that are much larger than 1R. This is the golden rule of trading.

31>>> If you don't have a handle on your own psychology, you are guaranteed to lose in the markets because the market is designed to take advantage of your psychological weaknesses.

32>>> Focus more on probabilities than on being right!

33>>> Trade entry isn't that important than exit strategy.

34>>> It is through position sizing strategies that a trader really meet his objectives.

35>>> Position sizing strategies are the key to profitable trading.

36>>> Do understand a successful trading system as a distribution of R-multiples with a mean expectancy and a standard deviation.

37>>> Concentrating on trading rules will help a trader eliminate emotional responses to price activities - find peace amid market chaos.

38>>> Take profits only when the reason for the trade ends.

39>>> Try to understand why the other traders are making the decisions they're making.

40>>> Worries about small things usually mask larger concerns.

41>>> Your business plan will look different if you're trading as an avocation rather than as your vocation.

42>>> You don’t have to diversify by trading many markets. You can diversify by time frame (longer-term, shorter-term), directionality (long, short), and setup pattern (trending, reversal).

43>>> Stops should obviously be placed at levels that clearly indicate your trade idea is wrong.

44>>> Each piece added to a trade needs a separate assessment of risk and reward to guide its execution.

45>>> Success in trading is a kind of evolution; without creativity and the ongoing flow of ideas, extinction is a real threat.

46>>> Be able to observe and interact as an outsider or coach in my own tradings.

47>>> Discipline is something without which you will not succeed at trading.

48>>> Learning cannot occur without accountability.

49>>> It is powerful when you find a pattern with an edge, but even more powerful when your edge is the ability to find and trade many such patterns.

50 >>> Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition.

51>>> Common trading wisdom is uncommonly wrong.

52>>> Historical testing yields hypotheses for trading, not conclusions.

53>>> We find the greatest directional edges following extreme market events.

54>>> Science strives to achieve unity of fact. Art strives to achieve unity of feeling.

55>>> When you have that deep feeling of not being ordinary, you ultimately gravitate toward the best within you, the best for you.

56>>> You won’t become a better trader because you want to be. You will only coach yourself to success when self-improvement becomes your organizing principle: a must-have need.

57>>> Much of self-coaching success is finding the opportunity in adversity.

58>>> Never set a goal if you’re not in full control of its attainment.

59>>> The right trading behaviors start as rules and evolve into habits.

60>>> The survivors are those who have a vision and purpose greater than themselves.

61>>> In trading, every gain is an opportunity to overcome greed and overconfidence; every loss is an opportunity to build resilience.

62>>> This is the true source of emotional resilience: a pride and esteem so deep that one is unwilling to compromise oneself in the face of setbacks and disappointments.

63>>> Stress does not need to become distress if it is balanced with generous amounts of well-being.

64>>> You cannot change your personality, but you can change how it is expressed.

65>>> It’s not that a trader has many problems (though it may certainly feel that way); it’s that there is a single, core problem that affects many aspects of the trading process.

66>>> Our ways of thinking can reflect conditioned responses; that’s how markets can control our minds.

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