Would you like to know how to improve your chances of trading success? Does having more wins with your stock market trading sound appealing? Or would you just like to have a simpler system that is not so stressful to trade stock. Peter Castle is sharing some of his tips on how to win with Easy Share Trading Systems.
I am more than happy to take notice of a system that has been devised by someone that has been trading for 25 years. Peter Castle is an author and has been a full time trader for 20 years. During that time Peter has worked hard to develop easy stress free methods to trade, adopting the philosophy Less is More.
Peter’s moto is:-
“Mindful Trading using winning Probability”
Why bother with having a trading plan? It’s risky if your trading is not governed by research or is in your plan.
Peter believes that trading can be easy and simple, however being human we complicate it.
Things to consider:-
- How much capital will you allocate per trade,
- What are you going to trade (stocks, foregin currency, options),
- Time Frame ( daily, weekly, monthly),
- Charting programs,
- Buy and Sell signals,
- Risk Profile,
- Validate your plan after 6 – 9 months with a review
- Thinking logically and rationally
To achieve success then traders benefit from thinkly clearly. Easy Share Trading was formed in 2011 to complement Peter’s passion for trading and provides a much needed quality teaching service to the trading community.
Peter’s current interests include trading, coaching, presenting, writing, meditation, eastern philosophy, staying fit and helping others. Through Peters’ embrace of meditation and eastern philosphy he has benefited from having a clear mind and a system that allows for easy stress free methods to trade.
Peter Castle is sharing some of his tips on how to win with Easy Share Trading Systems. Listen to the episode if you would you like to know how to improve your chances of trading success.
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