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What to expect in stock market psychology

Psychology and Risk Management

What to expect
• Risks
• Position sizing
• illusion of control
• Accepting critisism
• Paralyzed by fear
• Loss is a feedback, not a failure
• The flexible trader
• Focusing on the positive
• Short straddle
• The dynamics of greed
• The herd mentality
• Notes

1.1 – An exceptional possibility

We are eager to explore two significant and connected market subjects.What to expect in stock market psychology, “Risk Management and Trading Psychology.” Risk management may appear simple, but “psychology” may be uninteresting. I assure you that both of these subjects have the potential to expand trade opportunities. For instance, risk management goes beyond the typical subjects of position sizing, stop loss, and leverage.

It is not what you are thinking. While trading psychology is a mirror of your activities in the markets, it also enables you to evaluate and determine why and how you made a specific trade or investment profitable or unsuccessful.

What to expect?

We can give you a basic overview of What to expect in stock market psychology, but as we go through, I reserve the right to make minor, if any, changes to the learning technique.

Consequently, we are focusing on two primary issues here:

  1. Risk management
  2. Trading psychology

The methods you use to control risk depend on where you stand in the market. When you have a single position in the market, for instance, your risk management strategy is quite different from that of numerous positions, which is again very different from that of a portfolio, which is different still.

I shall discuss the following subjects as I try to explain the aforementioned:

  1. Risk and all of its guises
  2. Position sizing: I suppose this one must be covered.
  3. individual position risk
  4. Hedging and multiple position risk
  5. Using options to hedging
  6. Portfolio characteristics and risk assessment
  7. Worth at Risk
  8. The effect of asset allocation on risk (and returns)
  9. The portfolio equity curve’s insights

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