"Saturday Seminars" - Developing the Psychological Edge to Maximize your Trading

Do you react like a "deer in the headlights" when a trade moves against you? Developing techniques and skills to turn around your trading can mean the difference between success and failure. In her first presentation at TAG, Robin Dayne will teach you how to pull yourself out of a "tail spin," conquer over trading and overcome the fear of getting into a trade. No matter what type of trading you do, all obstacles and errors in trading can 99% of the time be traced back to one's emotions. Robin will show you how to develop a plan to emotionally start your day and to create the confidence to get in and out of a trade. Whether you are a novice or professional, her method will help you develop a psychological edge!

Dayne Will explore:

  • Managing Emotional Trading Swings
  • Creating Trading Certainty
  • Breaking A Losing "Tailspin"

Known as "The Trader's Coach," Robin Dayne has been sought after and appeared on ABC News 20/20, CNBC - Power Lunch, Business Week, Street.com and other trading venues. After years of studying psychology and coaching thousands of clients to realize their maximum potential, Robin found her "niche" coaching all types of stock traders. A trader herself, she learned from some of the best and studied in one of the most active Day Trading offices on Wall Street. Combining her personal experiences with her psychology expertise she has developed trading strategies and techniques to turn any trader around. These invaluable skills are taught today in her 1-1 coaching, "The Intricacies of Day Trading" seminars, and chat rooms, focusing on ones trading psychology and the "foundation" skills of trading needed to succeed.


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8 thoughts on “"Saturday Seminars" - Developing the Psychological Edge to Maximize your Trading

  1. I tried to access the PDF workbook and found that it was damage and could not be repaired. please send it to me again. "Developing the Psychological Edge to Maximize your Trading.



    Try this link: http://tv.ino.com/media/INLV00RD/workbook.pdf
    If you have any further issues let me know. I will find some way to get to the PDF.


    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development
    INO.com & MarketClub.com

  2. Hi,
    It is a useful seminar, I licsened to the end, but it seems the Blog is not complete.

  3. Hi,

    This is in English, but the sound is terrible and impossible to understand!

    Why don't you give a download link?
    May be that would be better...




    The audio quality is not perfect. Unfortunately I can not improve the audio quality by sending another format. Personally I find the PDF to be most helpful anyways. Please let me know if you have any other ideas on how I can improve the seminars.


    Lindsay Thompson
    Director of New Business Development
    INO.com & MarketClub.com

  4. Blogger, Re: savings

    Yes avings is a great way to accumulate cash. And paying ones self as you trade can be just as importnat to get in the mode of a real "business" for yourself.

    All the best,
    Robin Dayne

  5. Dear Ed,

    Completely understand and agree with what you are saying about the audio. It's quit old though the topic is ALWAYS needed.

    So much has changed and been added. Please feel free to visit some of the free audios on my site (2) on the home page and I am sure you will be able to understand me. http://www.robindayne.com

    MAybe your comment will encourge INO to record and post a new one which I would be happy to do.


    Robin Dayne "The Trader's Caoch'

    PS This was recorded from my presentation at their last work shop....& technology is much better today.

  6. Hi Dayne,

    Appreciate your worksheet.

    I have always thought that trading success can sometimes be related to something as simple as saving money.

    I think most of us know westerners save on average -2%, which suggests we associate pain with savings. I guess what most people don't understand is that saving money is a form of paying oneself or investing in oneself.

    If a simple act of saving money is beyond most then trading successfully, which is probably a little more complex form of paying oneself, or investing in oneself, is also going to be beyond most.

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