Time for a Mental Reset to Get Back in Tune With Price Action

Riding momentum is harder than it sounds. It is can be quite difficult to sit quietly and let stocks keep running up. It is impossible not to wonder if maybe things have gone too far and a turn is about to occur. We don't want to give back any of profits, so there is always this little voice in the back of our head tempting us to take some gains. As the old saying goes "no one ever went broke taking a profit."

It is hard to find an active trader that hasn't sold at least a few stocks prematurely in recent weeks. Some are shaken out by minor pullbacks and others just can't resist selling into strength. Their moves appear to be prudent, but this is not a market that rewards prudence. This market rewards those that refuse to question it -- and stay with it no matter what....326 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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