Welcome to 2010 and an exercise in checking your Tradingbeliefs.

Welcome to 2010 fellow Traders!  I’ve taken a couple of weeks break and not even looked at charts during this period.

However that does not mean that I can still not work on improving my trading.  This is a great time to reflect on 2009 and plan for greater success in 2010.  With the help of Van Tharp’s book, ‘Super Trader’ (heartily recommended) I’d like to offer you the chance to take some time to challenge your present trading beliefs.

1. What do I believe about the market?

2. What do I believe about Trading?

3.  What trading concepts do I believe work?

4. What risk management principles work?

5. How do the best traders trade?

6. Who are some of the best traders, and what do they believe that I believe?

7. What are the secrets to making money on the markets?

8.  What have I read lately about trading that resonates with me?

9. When I try to predict what an instrument will do from a chart, what concepts come up for me?

Hopefully these will help you determine your beliefs about trading and how you trade.  The results form an excellent basis from which to move to the next step; creating your Trading Plan for 2010. 

Enjoy and I look forward to hearing about your results.

FXTraderPaul

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About FXTraderPaul

A professional Trader and Coach, FXTraderPaul blogs about his adventures from the front-lines of FX Trading. A Trader and educator who can walk the walk as opposed to merely talk the talk!

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