01. When we get emotional in the markets we lose money!\r\n\r\n02. Your expectations are killing your trading account.\r\n\r\n03. Novice traders can easily develop addictions to the wrong trading styles and habits.\r\n\r\n04. Walk away. Let the market do the "work". \r\n\r\n05. It's really easy to over-trade on low time frame charts.\r\n\r\n06. High time frames provide a more pertinent view of the market picture.\r\n\r\n07. Realise that your actions have exactly zero effect on the markets.\r\n\r\n08. Trading is one of the only professions in the world where doing "less" is better for you.\r\n\r\n09. Minimalism can improve your trading. Trust me.\r\n\r\n10. Simplicity in all aspects of trading leads to more freedom and flexibility.\r\n\r\n11. Be mindful, it's easy to be lazy and gamble your money in the markets.\r\n\r\n12. Track your trading progress in a journal.\r\n\r\n13. Placing your stop randomly because you want to trade a certain position size is GREED.\r\n\r\n14. Pick one setup to trade until you truly master it.\r\n\r\n15. If trading is your life, it is a torturous kind of excitement.\r\n\r\n16. Whenever you enter a position, have a predetermined stop. That is the only way you can sleep.\r\n\r\n17. Humans, not algorithms, make the best traders.\r\n\r\n18. Don't wait until you have an account blowout to start managing your risk properly and being disciplined.\r\n\r\n19. The most important rule of trading is to play great defense, not great offense.\r\n\r\n20. Why don't you have a trading plan? Even God had a plan when he made you.\r\n\r\n21. Great traders have education, while others just have information.\r\n\r\n22. Don't be influenced by the outcomes of your most recent trades.\r\n\r\n23. Your last trade basically ZERO to do with your next trade.\r\n\r\n24. Try to manage your losses by managing your risk properly.\r\n\r\n25. Not trusting your trading strategy is a result of not trusting the process.\r\n\r\n26. Never try to "outthink" the market. Trading is not a chess game.\r\n\r\n27. Trade what you see, not what you think you're going to see.\r\n\r\n28. Accept that you never know how a trade will play out before it plays out.\r\n\r\n29. Do yourself a huge favor and stop looking at trading news.\r\n\r\n30. Your trading plan is what will set into motion your trading routine.\r\n\r\n31. Trading intuition can be developed and becomes stronger with screen time.\r\n\r\n32. Practice and implement "set and forget" trading.\r\n\r\n33. We're trying to execute a trading edge with discipline, not trade everything that moves.\r\n\r\n34. Respect your filtering rules and pull the trigger on valid trades.\r\n\r\n35. I will not overthink this next trade.\r\n\r\n36. The outcome of your last trade is irrelevant to your next trade.\r\n\r\n37. As traders, our number one "enemy" in the market is ourselves.\r\n\r\n38. Your mission as a trader is to overcome all the various self-defeating behaviors.\r\n\r\n39. Capital is the price of admission, without a ticket, you can't play.\r\n\r\n40. Remember, you need to survive, that is the only goal now, not profits (yet).