What’s Blocking Your Money Flow? By Louise Bedford

  I know one of my key money blocks – it’s complexity. When things get too complicated in my life, it usually means that I am under pressure, and I’ve…

How Addiction In Trading Leads To Disastrous Results

When it comes to food, drugs, gambling or alcohol, addiction is easy to spot. Maybe! When it comes to trading, there are addictions that may go unnoticed, creating disastrous results.…

Your Beliefs Are Critical for Trading Success

In my last two articles for Your Trading Edge, we talked about two of the three ingredients of success: Mental States and Mental Strategies. You learned that even a simple…

Trader’s Story- Meet Sharon Gleeson

Name: Sharon Gleeson Age: 54 Work status: Trade full-time Occupation – or past occupation: Partner in an Accounting Practice and Financial Planner specialising in Self-Managed Superannuation Fund strategic advice City/town…

Drop Fear From Your Trading System

Fred has been trading for eleven years. He is technically minded and loves numbers. He analyses patterns, cycles, support and resistance levels, Fibonacci retracements and range extensions.  He trades Australian…

The Things People Say- by Louise Bedford

Stupid things people have said to me: “So… you want to be a trader… just as well, you have got a nice husband to support you.” – My Dad over…

The Importance of Mental States for Trading Success

In my last article for Your Trading Edge, we talked about mental strategies and their importance for accomplishing the tasks for trading success. You learned that even a simple strategy…

How To Eliminate Your Fear of Missing Out (FoMO)

FoMO, i.e. the fear of missing out, is the most common complaint I hear from struggling traders. They say they feel helpless, at the mercy of their FOMO, unable to…

Don’t Let Distractions Cheat You Out of Your Dreams

When I was in my corporate role, I was 100% sure that hard work was the key. I slugged it out, working 8, then 10, then 12 hour days. I…

Are You A Victim?

The making of a victim typically begins early in life, often triggered by a traumatic event strong enough to cause an individual to subconsciously make that crippling decision: I can’t…