How to Become a Better Trader in 4 Easy Steps


The odds are stacked against you as an investor.

You have a job. You have a life. You just don’t have time to investigate opportunities like a professional analyst who covers 10 stocks, visits the companies, talks to management regularly, and pores over word of quarterly earnings conference call.

Professional investors have so many advantages over you that they should be able to make fortunes in stocks.

If you look at the average mutual fund returns, however, you know they can’t win even with all the advantages. So, if they can’t even beat the markets, how can you succeed as investor?

Well you can. It starts with the basics. Over the years I’ve refined five guiding principles that will make you a better investor and survive even the toughest markets.


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Here they are. 

Discover What Type of Investor You Are

The market makes fools of some of the brightest minds out there. And it’s important to realize early on that you won’t have all the answers because you won’t right away.

It takes time to discover your own investment weaknesses and strengths.

In order to really determine them, you must focus on why you’re investing and find investments that match that. If your goals are long-term, your investments should match.  After that, you’ve got to develop a strategy for finding and making investments that works for you.

Keep an Open Mind

Being open to investment strategies is generally a good thing, even if you think you’ve got something that works well already. If you chase and deploy all of them you’ll end up complicating the whole process and your performance will suffer.

The key is to focus and become intimately familiar with the approaches that align with your investment style as we discussed above. Ultimately you must develop entry and exit systems to take as much emotion out of the equation as possible.

Know your risk tolerance and make sure you have protective points in place to preserve capital.

Assume You Won’t Be Perfect

It’s how you deal with loss that often determines how successful you are as an investor.

Strive for continual improvement but don’t get hung up on a perfect track record.

Keeping losses small and squeezing as much out of the winners as you possibly can.

Have a Plan

Have a complete 360-degree view of what you’re buying before you buy it. Fundamentally, take a look at what’s under the hood of the company with regards to earnings ratios. Technically, understand what’s happening in the short- and long-term with support and resistance.

Know your exit strategy, and your money management strategy, including stop losses and trailing stop losses. Never risk money you cannot afford to lose. Keep your expectations in check, be realistic. And above all else, never risk more than you can afford to lose.

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