Brushing Off the DUST

Many traders, especially new traders, feel like they have to be making a lot of trades or be active throughout the day. But it simply isn't true. Trading can be boring, and that can lead to an itchy trigger finger.

Perhaps you spent the day reading Real Money, Real Money Pro, Options Profits and Columnist Conversation looking for trades. While I believe we have fantastic resources here, I don't believe a trader should be trying to make each and every trade. We spend the majority part of our day in the chat room entertaining each other with jokes and stories as much as we do finding trades, answering questions or discussing the macro scenario. A single good intraday trade along with a few decent swings trades is all you need....364 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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