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Dr Van Tharp, a PhD in psychology, is a well-known and highly respected author, educator and trainer.  His book Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom and his Peak Performance course remain up to date and popular in a number of countries.

Position Sizing R Multiples and Psychology

Posted: 1 February, 2015 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2015 Available to: Members

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Position Sizing and Psychology

Posted: 1 March, 2014 Subjects: Psychology
Source: P2014 Available to: Members

Perfectionism, gambling, unnecessary losses, not being able to pull the trigger ... these are just some of the issues that traders contend with in the markets every day. What causes us to think this way, and how can we learn to become better and more profitable traders? Dr. Tharp believes that aside from your personal psychology—your position sizing strategies are the most important factor in your trading success. Tonight’s presentation will discuss the basics of position sizing strategies and Psychology, and the dramatic difference they can make on your results.

Understanding Market Type

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

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Achieve Balance in Your Trading

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Psychology
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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Learn to Dissociate

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Psychology
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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The Components of Trading Well

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Psychology
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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Trade Through Mindfulness

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Psychology
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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