How to improve your Trading Mindset

9 January, 2019

09 January 11:00 AM GMT

If you have ever blown an account or would like some help with disciplining your mind and emotions, then this is the session for you. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to improve your skills by learning how to turn your losses into lessons and other important basics as our Head Market Analyst discusses:

  • A few simple numbers you should know
  • The importance of emotional control
  • Maintaining your discipline

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