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Trader, know thyself

  • By Ray Johns,
  • Stocks and Commodities Magazine
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In trading, when something goes wrong and you lose money, nine times out of 10 it’s nobody’s fault but your own. Most of the time the breakdown occurs in how the trade is managed, since many trades do go into and out of the money during the course of their respective durations. Unless you just hit a bad trade that drops like a rock, there is at least (typically) some opportunity to take a profit along the way. Read on to learn more...

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Article copyright 2012 by Technical Analysis Inc. Reprinted from the June 2009 issue with permission from Stocks & Commodities Magazine.
The statements and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author. Fidelity Investments cannot guarantee the accuracy or completeness of any statements or data.
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