5 Resources to Improve your Discipline http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Making-a-living-spreads.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE We know that trading discipline is critical. If you don't have the discipline to execute your trading plan properly you will end up losing money!
This is a mixture of podcasts and books - these are not strictly about trading but all about discipline!
1) MFCEO Project - Andy Frisella - this is a really good podcast. This guy gives it to you straight - he operates a supplements business in the USA that is seriously successful.
2) Max Out - Ed Mylett - again mainly a podcast and there is some material on youtube as well. This guy is a significantly wealthy man.
3) The Chimp Paradox - Professor Steve Peters; a book
4) The Power of Habit - Charles Duhigg; interesting to see why we do what we do in terms of how we can break bad habits and nurture good ones.
5) Millionaire Success Habits - Dean Graziosi; another useful podcast.
We only need a couple of nuggets to move the needle on what we are trying to achieve. Listen to some of these podcasts and find one that resonates with you.
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### Developing Patience and Knowing when to Trade ###
Part 1 - Tips on How to Develop Patience and Trading Discipline: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=biBvOdzOp1E
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Part 3 - Trade when the Market isn't Random: Understanding Crowd Psychology
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