Each weekend I look at various trade opportunities and write-up any that I think are worthwhile to consider. I get a lot of emails from members asking how they can build their confidence enough to risk their capital. The markets being at all-time highs certainly concerns a lot of investors. With many investors nervous and worried about possibly getting caught in a downturn I thought I would put together this article and these tips to help.
Gaining Confidence In Trading
This year I received quite a few emails which in general asked the same question. With so much negative information about the markets collapsing and being overvalued how can they continue to trade. These investors are worried that they are going to be caught in a severe downturn or a collapse not unlike the collapses of previous bear markets and are having trouble trading and putting on more positions. In short they need a confidence booster to assist in continuing to risk their capital.
Whenever markets are at what appears to be tops or bottoms, investor face the same problem. How can they risk their capital to have it grow at a time period when markets appear “dangerous”.
Here are 12 tips designed to assist in building trading confidence for Put Selling at market highs. The rest of this article is for members.
12 Tips To Build Trading Confidence For Put Selling
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