Here is this week’s favorite tweets collection. Basically, the idea is to collect valuable tweets, which I thought are helpful. It could be motivational, trading wisdoms, or just simply, the cold , hard truth of life. I am not suggesting any of you to follow these accounts. Just enjoy reading these tweets.
“Control the downside. The most important thing about making money is not to let your losses get out of hand.” – Marty Schwartz
— Tradeciety – Rolf (@Tradeciety) November 14, 2014
A good process will help eliminate what isn’t needed rather than adding layers of analysis.
— Ed Borgato (@EdBorgato) November 14, 2014
— Success & Motivation (@0) November 13, 2014
— Steve Burns (@SJosephBurns) November 13, 2014
You can not win repeatedly at poker by making the same bets on the same types of hands. Same goes for #trading.
— Matt Cave (@MatthewCave) November 12, 2014
A few ticks here, a few ticks there. That is how you earn your bread & butter. It’s not the homeruns that counts but singles & doubles 😉
— belekas (@explorefx) November 12, 2014
K.I.S.S. (but don’t be a cunt)
— Tom Dante (@Trader_Dante) November 12, 2014
Useful quote I read. “The market is a losing game the majority of the time.” Ultra patience required for good edge atm.
— Dion (@DionTrader) November 10, 2014
#Mastery is about uncovering the hidden potential within you by chipping away at the obstacles in your path.
— Matt Cave (@MatthewCave) November 9, 2014
What really powerful isn’t always visible. pic.twitter.com/nKhbCrYR16
— Steve Burns (@SJosephBurns) November 8, 2014
the real life activities of market people provide an infinitely better laboratory for real psyc biases in decision making than the contrivd
— Vic Niederhoffer (@VicNiederhoffer) November 7, 2014
Regardless of conviction, a trade must offer asymmetric payoff to warrant risk.
— Matt Cave (@MatthewCave) November 7, 2014