Trading Psychology

Trading psychology refers to the emotional element that traders face when real money is on the line. It can also refer to the broader market sentiment, such as whether it's bullish or bearish.

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Parents and Spin-offs: When to Buy and When to Sell
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Psychological Coping Strategies for Handling Losses
The Downward Spiral of Trading Addiction
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What Is the House Money Effect?
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An Introduction to Behavioral Finance
Random Reinforcement: Why Most Traders Fail
5 Things Amateur Investors Say Too Often
Investment risk
8 Psychological Traps Investors Should Avoid
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How to Avoid Emotional Investing
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Black Swan Events and Investment
The Casino Mentality In Trading
How the Power of the Masses Drives the Market
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Peace Dividend
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How to Break Bad Trading Habits and Follow Your Rules
3 Psychological Quirks That Can Affect Your Trading
How to Develop a "Trading Brain"
Value Trap Definition
Positive Mental Qualities of Successful Traders
Herd Instinct
Removing the Barriers to Successful Investing
Hindsight Bias
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Media Effect
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The Principles of Behavioral Finance
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Confirmation Bias Definition
Chasing money
Sunk Cost Trap Definition
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What Is Regret Theory?
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Positive Feedback Definition
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What Is Regret Avoidance?
What Is Analysis Paralysis?
Cutoff Point
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Net Order Imbalance Indicator (NOII)
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Understanding a Fulcrum Point
What Is Hammering by Stock Traders?
What Does "Hot Hand" Mean?
Home Country Bias
Fighting the Tape
What is a Bid Whacker?
Sunshine Trade
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In The Pink
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What Is a Teaser Document?
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False Market
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Let Your Profits Run Definition
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Understanding Investor Behavior
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How Cognitive Bias Affects Your Business
6 Steps To Thinking Like A Stock-Market High Roller
Casino Stats: Why Gamblers Rarely Win