A Trader's Mind Is Different
After more than two decades of investing and trading in the stock market, I have learned that a good trader's mind works differently than everyone else's.
Good traders see the world in a unique way and ask questions that others don't think of. Let me give you an example. Colorado passed a measure in this week's election to legalize recreational marijuana use. If you bring this up with the average person or passive investor, you are likely to get numerous responses: that they were unaware of this development, or that it's one more reason to ski Aspen this year, or maybe that pot is a gateway drug. But the first thing a good trader wants to know is how to play the increased demand for pizza delivery that will result from this new law in Colorado....335 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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