5 Steps to Trading Success

Step #1 Game Plan

One of the biggest mistakes we see with traders and investors is this: They have no game-plan.

This is one of the most important elements in trading and you should not be trading without one. When you have a game plan, it allows you to get in and out of the market in a non-emotional way. So often we see traders jump into markets based on emotion, investment show ideas, or rumors. This is the worst possible way to trade and the quickest way to lose money.

There’s nothing more important to have than a game plan to enter and exit positions in the markets. By creating a game plan, you are setting yourself up emotionally to handle anything that happens in the market. Having a successful game plan, complete with an exit and money management strategy is enormously important.
With the kind of volatility that we are seeing in the markets today, not having a game plan is like financial suicide and that is something that you don’t want to do.

Here’s How To Get Started
Creating a game plan is very easy and you can do in a matter of minutes.
Here are the 5 KEY STEPS:

STEP 1: Write down your reasons for buying or selling a particular market.

STEP 2: Write down your entry points for the market you’re about to trade.

STEP 3: Write down when you are going to exit this market. This can be with a stop or when a market reaches a predetermined target zone.

STEP 4: Do not make market decisions during trading hours.

STEP 5: Review your game plan every day to see whether things are going according to what you expect. This allows you to adjust your money management stops and your target zones in a non-emotional way.

That’s it. It couldn’t be any easier and the only cost is time and a sheet of paper.

Every Success,

Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

2 thoughts on “5 Steps to Trading Success

  1. Good points, as indicated by the lack of response very few will actually do any of them. That's how it's always been in markets. Many would rather spend their valuable time arguing politics in futility, or as some self appointed expert on economics interspersed with tidbits that sound good gleaned from various sources. Very few will actually focus on what's important and what can make a difference, and that's okay.

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