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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Post by Dr. Brett:

Risk Management in Trading and Emotional Self-Control

In the recent post, I reflected on the fact that I find the psychological needs of high frequency traders to be different--and greater on average--than those of traders who make decisions on longer time frames. We've also seen how large increases in trading size and risk contribute to the emotional ups and downs of traders. The problem traders call "overtrading" is often the result of frustration and poor impulse control; less well appreciated are the ways in which overtrading--both in size and frequency--help to initiate and sustain emotional dysregulation.
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