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Sinan is a trained Counsellor and Coach with over twenty one years of experience. He has traded the global markets over the past eleven years with Forex, CFDs and Futures. He is the author of four books including “Lift Me Up”. He has trained tens of thousands of traders and investors in Technical Analysis and Emotional Mastery. Sinan is passionate about the power of thoughts, feelings and emotions. He will show you how you too can Trade Stress Free and potentially improve your trading results. For further information visit www.tradingstressfree.com. Sinan can be contacted at

The New Currency: EQ also known as Emotional Intelligence

Posted: 15 May, 2017 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2017 SYD Available to: Members

In this presentation Sinan will take us through the new currency, EQ, also known as emotional intelligence or emotional quotient. He will reveal tried and tested tools for improving your control, discipline and practice. Wouldn’t it be great if you were aware of your own support and resistance levels? Wouldn’t it be great if you used this information to your financial advantage?

Excel as a Trading Tool

Posted: 1 April, 2014 Subjects: Software_Coding&Testing
Source: P2014 Available to: Members

Sinan will share his experiences with using Excel in his trading. Some practical examples he will share are:

  • Moving Averages: What numbers to use?
  • Channel Breakout: What defines the most profitable channel?
  • Stop Loss optimisation using Maximum Adverse Reaction

He will also give a demonstration of an Excel based optimisation tool, GATE, that he uses.

Trading Stress Free

Posted: 1 November, 2013 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2013 BNE Available to: Members

If you know what to do to make money in the markets but fail to do what you know, if you have emotional blocks getting in your way, if you sabotage yourself out of potential profits, if you are addicted to analysis, you need tools for Emotional Control. This is your opportunity to learn tried and tested techniques for Trading Stress Free.

Discretion: The Silent Killer of Your Profits and Capital

Posted: 21 June, 2013 Subjects: Psychology
Source: C2013 Available to: Members

Is the person looking after your money biased, opinionated, emotionally driven, discretionary and unpredictable? Most of the trading and investing decisions in the stock and the derivatives markets are emotion based. Discretion cleverly veils the underlying fear and greed. Yet in trading and investing, those who use systems, who replicate templates and working models, make money consistently. Sinan will take you through the contrast between emotion-driven trading/investing and systematic trading/investing. You will walk away with tools that help you to recognise and repair areas of your trading/investing that will bring you bigger successes and higher profits.

Trading Stress Free

Posted: 1 August, 2012 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2012 Available to: Members

Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Handling Fear and Greed

Posted: 1 February, 2012 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2012 Available to: Members

Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Position Trading on Forex Markets

Posted: 1 February, 2012 Subjects: Forex
Source: P2012 Available to: Members

Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Book Review Predictably Irrational

Posted: 1 July, 2011 Subjects: Indicators
Source: P2011 Available to: Members

 Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Fooled by Randomness

Posted: 1 January, 2011 Subjects: Risk&Money_Mgmt
Source: P2011 Available to: Members

Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Trading Stress Free

Posted: 1 October, 2010 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2010 Available to: Members

 Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)

Book Review The Introvert Advantage

Posted: 1 July, 2010 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2010 Available to: Members

 Presentation abstract not available. (We need to prepare one from the actual document.)