|Webinar Event Details|
|Event Date:||Saturday, August 25th, 2012 (Past)|
|Event Time:||9:30 AM CT / 10:30 AM ET|
Every successful trader has at one time or another, in his or her trading career, experienced a trading “blow-up”. Some survive to trade another day, and many become another statistic. This is a topic not to be missed by anyone who wants to trade for a living and succeed. Why? Because, it’s not if a blow-up will happen, but when it will occur.
This webinar will cover the following topics:
- Understanding the warning signs to help avoid or at least minimize the financial loss
- Knowing how to re-group and get back in the game without residual emotional challenges
Either way, historically, it’s almost impossible to avoid some sort of blow-up in one’s trading career. So, being honest and tackling it head-on increases the percentage that you will survive and learn from it. The goal is to make it as easy as possible, minimize the loss and continue to work new rules with stronger disciplines and conviction.
About Robin Dayne, “The Trader’s Coach“ — For the past 20+ years, Robin has studied the day-to-day behaviors of traders and was one of the first in the business to transform proven NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) techniques to fit specifically for the trading environment. NLP simply explores the relationships between how we think (neuro), how we communicate (linguistic) and our patterns of behavior and emotions (program). She has earned the reputation as “The Trader’s Coach” and is known world-wide. She has been featured on CNBC-Power Lunch, ABC’s 20/20 News, The Street.com, BusinessWeek, Tradingmarkets.com, SFO Magazine and is currently a regular guest on TastyTrade and the CFRN internet radio shows.
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