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Психология

1) Фильтруйте информацию. Вокруг вас постоянно будут ходить разговоры о плохом рынке и тому подобном. Не поддавайтесь, иначе плохой настрой захлестнет вас и это сразу скажется на торговле.

2) Воспринимайте трейдинг не как увлекательное дело, а как самую обычную работу. Возможно, это звучит спорно, но… Нашим словам есть очень легкое объяснение. Во время торговли ваша голова должна быть чиста – никаких эмоций. А если у вас эйфория – вы уже не адекватно воспринимаете происходящее и можете потерять деньги

3) Обязательно заведите хобби, которое будет расслаблять вас и придавать энергию. Торговля на фондовых рынках – энергоемкий процесс, и вам нужно научиться быстро восстанавливаться.

4) Не спорьте с базовыми принципами. Постоянно держите их в голове, они сэкономят вам кучу времени – быстрее начнете понимать суть.

5) Ни в коем случае не боритесь с рынком. Вспомните фильм rogue trader – и посмотрите, чем закончилась борьба с рынком. Плывите по течению, и у вас все будет хорошо.

6) Отпускайте упущенные акции, не концентрируйтесь на убытках. Их, конечно, надо осмысливать, но если будете слишком много думать о них – завязнете в депрессухе.

7) Общайтесь с другими трейдерами и инвесторами. Когда вы будете видеть, что через похожие проблемы проходят все биржевики – не будете думать, что вы один такой, и будет легче со всем справиться.

8) Если у вас убыточная серия – лучше на пару дней перейти на бумагу – так вы сможете реабилитироваться и при этом не потерять деньги. Как только увидите, что все опять окей – вернетесь на реал.

9) Не пытайтесь отбиться. Иначе потеряете адекватную оценку и наделаете только больше глупостей.

10) Не старайтесь расти слишком быстро. Если все делать без фанатизма – вы будете все воспринимать спокойнее, и вас не унесет в психологическом плане.

11) Постоянно…...

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