The first three years of trading stocks are like being in a MBA program — you learn a lot! 

You make mistakes and take notes… tracking your trades, noting why you got into them or why you avoided them… why you succeeded or failed. 

This is the thought process we need to have leaving 2020. 

Keep in mind, you are your own worst enemy. Don’t sabotage yourself. Don’t fight what you’re seeing based on your emotions.

If you’re interested in exploring my trading past to better prepare you for your trading future, join me below. I’m sitting with my friend, Joy of the Trade’s Jeff Zananiri, to discuss not only our trading pasts but what we see in the stock market’s future!




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