This week on episode 119 of the Two Blokes Trading podcast:
In Today’s episode, Philip and Peder discuss potential news related market announcements that could potentially create some opportunities to trade this week, followed by our feature topic “Trading Psychology Part 3” This is the 3rd and final episode for psychology in trading but as we have mentioned is the most important aspect to trading. If you master your mind, you will master the markets.
About Philip Hennigan and Peder Kolstad Solberg
Philip and Peder are both retail traders with several years experience trading all asset classes from equities, Forex and also commodities. Peders approach is through technical analysis and he would be considered a short term trader with a 1-3 week time horizon on a single position. Philip is a more global macro and event driven trader who focuses more heavily on fundamental analysis than technical.
Main Topics Discussed:
Philip breaks down this week’s potential market mover within the role of news.
This week’s main topic is Trading Psychology (AGAIN) lol.
Markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent.
Philip picks apart potential news threats that could affect your position
Peder talks about the psychology behind trading and why so many fail.
We both discuss the highs and lows of trading the markets.
Having a trading plan and sticking to it is so important.
Only trading what you can afford to lose.
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