The #1 Mindset That It Takes To Be A Stock Trader

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How prepared can you be for the opportunities that come about? Whether the markets are slow or booming, there’s a certain mindset you have to maintain … I’ll tell you all about what that is in this video!

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What does it actually take to really succeed in an industry where most people fail?

Well, time and time again, I always discuss how important it is to have the right mindset.

After all, it’s 60% mindset, 20% dedication, and 20% acquired skills through experience.

But why is mindset so much more important than anything else?

Because without the right mindset, you could focus your unwavering dedication on the completely wrong aspect…

And acquired skills through experience? You might never develop the right skills without the right mindset — even with years of experience.

So what’s the correct mindset to succeed as a stock trader?

I think after teaching so many students who have become consistently profitable, I’ve found something that they all have in common*…

Watch this video to find out what I’m referring to and to see if you have it in you too!

If you watched this video and think that you have it in you to succeed like my top students, comment below … Say “I have the killer instinct.”

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You should not trade with money you cannot afford to lose and there is a risk that trading stocks will result in a complete loss of your investment. Trading stocks, particularly penny stocks, is not suitable for everyone and requires hard work, due diligence, capital, and substantial time to monitor the market and timely execute trades.)

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21 thoughts on “The #1 Mindset That It Takes To Be A Stock Trader”

  1. I, too, have the killer instinct! I've learned so much in the short time I began studying and trading with small size to practice strategies and still learning and will continue to improve!

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