When traders first start out on their journey they tend to focus on their education and gaining knowledge of the markets. However, even with the best knowledge and education, most traders find that their emotions can take over when trading. This comes in different forms, such as, overtrading, revenge trading, unable to deal with losses and sheer frustration. This is because they have not worked on their psychology of trading.
Having the right mindset and emotional control as a trader is vital, otherwise is will continue to lead to failure, continuous losses, and negative emotions.
Many traders perceive the markets as their enemy. The markets have no emotions, but as human beings we do. Trading can cause anger and resistance and test every emotion, but once your perception and mindset changes to a more positive one, and once you are able to let go of losses more easily, you will find that trading becomes easier.
What we do all day and every day is at least 80% subconscious. This means we are on automatic pilot for most of the day. So, if you are already feeling stressed or tense, or hold onto any limiting beliefs, the outcome will most likely not be a good one.
Hypnosis works with the subconscious part of our mind. The subconscious part of our mind is where we hold our behaviours, habits, beliefs and how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. Hypnosis can be successful in changing bad habits and behaviours, gain self-discipline and self-control and to become more relaxed in general. This is because it works solely with that part of our minds. It is safe and extremely relaxing, and now more than ever, more and more traders are seeking help for their psychology of trading.
By changing just a few things in your daily routine, it can make all the difference.
- Creating a good morning routine is important. Start your day off by being grateful. Make a list of the things that make you feel happy and appreciative. This shifts your energy and attention to a more positive place. Meditation, breathwork and yoga can reduce stress and anxiety, as well as creating a better mindset and emotional state.
- Keep growing and learning. Consistency is key if you are wanting to become a successful trader. It takes 21 days to create and break habits, and so by reading and learning each day, it helps us grow and mature in different ways.
- Try to become more self-aware and be in the present moment. As a trader you need to be aware of the thoughts and patterns that arise. It is also important to be aware of the feelings and emotions that come up before you make the decisions you do. Journaling is a also great way to create more self-awareness.
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