Winning Trading Strategies Revealed by Investment Professional Gareth Soloway

Trading pro Gareth Soloway knows a thing or two about navigating today’s uncertain markets. He is a seasoned macroeconomics and technical charting analyst and active trader with over 20 years of experience,

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Video Transcript | Gareth Soloway, Chairman, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Marketing Strategist,

Gareth Soloway: “I am going to tell you something. Investing is much better than being a brain surgeon.

The fact is, if you can trade and invest well, anywhere there is the internet, you are a free individual who can click a mouse button and earn hundreds or thousands a day.

In trading, the most important thing you can do is limit your losses. Always play defensively. It makes you earn more money.

So number one, discipline is an underrated part of trading, but it’s the most important. People think there that you can just walk into your trading room, okay, and say, okay, I’m going to be a disciplined trader today. No, you have to be disciplined in life, right? It starts at home. It starts with other things you do.

I also think positive thinking is important. You must learn from your mistakes. You can’t let them get you down. But you also have to look in the mirror, and you repeat things like, I won’t make that mistake I made yesterday. I’m better than that. Things like that.

And then and then let’s be clear. Study time. Education is by far the most important thing. If I could go back and have the training when I was a new investor or trader, I would have so many more millions than I have now that it’s not even close.

Investing is a marathon. People who do it the right way, you don’t double your account overnight, but you’ll be so much richer than people who try to hit a home run. The problem with home run hitters is that they hit, and in the trade, you can’t hit a lot.

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We all have to struggle with emotion. Emotion is what is an investor’s or trader’s loss. As a trader, you have to be robotic. You have to understand what you are trading, right? And you’re not trading IBM, or Microsoft, or Apple. I mean, everyone thinks that. What you’re really trading is the investors and their psychology, their emotions behind, do they think it’s going up? Are they greedy or fearful? And you have to be able to look at that and separate yourself.

When something happens and you start to get nervous, say, wait a minute, maybe I need to step back and look at the board. What does the table say? It will be your purest form of truth. So you really want to start eliminating a lot of these other indicators that you can put on your chart. I’ve seen people use charts and I look at them, I’m like, I can’t even see the chart. Keep it simple. It’s amazing how much information you can gather from a very, very simple chart.”

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