Reblog: 3 Valuable Trading Psychology Tips From Our Loss In $SQQQ


The mind of a trader

Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes – Peter Drucker

We couldn’t agree more, especially in the business of stock trading; the more you learn, the more you earn.

As such, much of the knowledge we share on this blog focuses on recapping technical chart patterns of past stock and ETF trades that led to successful, profitable outcomes.

However, equally priceless lessons can be learned by walking through losing trades that did not work as expected.

In this article, we share three insightful, psychological tips (or reminders for experienced traders) from our recent losing swing trade in $SQQQ.

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Reblog: Artificial Intelligence will chomp down a chunk of India’s present knowledge economy


The decision by consulting major Capgemini to replace nearly 40% of its work done by its resource management group with IBM’s cognitive computing system, Watson, is a clear indication that it is not just repetitive or mechanical jobs that are at risk. Artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of taking on those tasks that require analytical skills. The tasks from education and skill development just got tougher.

By 2025, 70% of India’s population is projected to be of working age. A chunk of India’s present knowledge economy would have been chomped down by AI. As the knowledge economy evolves, India’s ability to continue playing a big role in that depends on swiftly raising the quality of education.

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