Your brain is your biggest barrier to success in the markets. It doesn't have to be this way. Discover ingenious techniques to overcome fear, greed, and the cognitive biases that are sapping your profit potential.
Anyone who trades knows it can be hard to take a loss or to run a winner. That's because your brain is actively working against you when you trade. Fear and greed are two of its biggest weapons, and it won't hesitate to deploy them against your best efforts to turn a profit. But what would happen if, instead of hampering your trading, your fear and greed worked for you? What if you could harness their power and energy and use them for good? Trading would become stress-free, and bigger profits would follow.
In this groundbreaking new book, Harvey Walsh goes further than ever before in deconstructing the evolutionary developments and learned behaviours that have programmed us for failure in the markets. Armed with that information, he has developed a series of brain hacks - simple yet powerful tricks and techniques anyone can use to turn around their built-in disadvantages and use them to supercharge their trading.
Here's just some of what you'll discover inside: * How to make your trading relaxing and fun by subverting your fear-engine. * Ingenious hacks to boost your profit by commandeering your cognitive biases and heuristics. * How to harness the awesome power of addiction and have it improve every trade you take. * Slay the monsters that haunt every trader and build an impenetrable shield against self-doubt. * What cheat-heuristics are, why they're good for you, and how to use them ethically. * How trading less can mean you make more money.
Brain Hacks For Traders is perfect for traders working in any market and any time frame. Scalpers, day traders, and swing traders will all benefit. The techniques in this book apply to any instrument too, be it stocks, futures, forex, options, or commodities.
Give yourself an edge: hack your brain and take your trading and your profits to the next level. Because trading needn't be tough.