A Good Name in the Cloud

Often you'll hear traders start a sentence with, "I'm tired of..." For instance, I am tired of trading Apple (AAPL). This simply means one of two things. One, the trader isn't having success trading the particular thing mentioned, in this case Apple. More than likely, the trader is losing money on the trade. The other possibility is that the volatility in a particular name has become too much to take. 

So even if the trader is having "success" in the name, mentally it is wearing him down to the point where he obsesses over the name or finds himself losing sleep. Either reason is not good. I know I've said it in the past. And this doesn't only hold true to a certain stock or index or commodity. This can hold true for a style or strategy....239 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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