lance begg's course has lots of 'checklists' before each session....create your own and judge from there.
denise shull mentions lack of sleep/rest as being major culprit of judgement biases.
I agree with both.
I have emwave and used it, but it doesn't do much for me. you can do your own breathing or relax/focus session that fits you.
most important its all about what fits you. lancelot mentioned about how he trades and his style. if you're a sniper, be focused....if you're easy going...market lookin' good, lets go long here and risk $200 and check your position in a hour, then know what works for you.
also equally before each day, you should know if you're ready to trade as a whole anyway BEFORE even thinking about sim tradin.
just my thoughts....
....and to quote joe ross....you don't have to trade everyday, and the less you trade, the more money you make.
Joe has his life index which I recommend too. its in trading as a business which is a must read.
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I have been doing lumosity during down times. my score on there has gone up. its interesting but i don't actually know if i have seen any improvement. only been doing the free version and for about 3 weeks.
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This may help you visualize what the zone looks like.
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I do not yet recommend emWave2 wholeheartedly: will need more data that it helps my trading (e.g. it works and tells me I'm not in the zone and that would be enough usually but collecting more data... e.g. it did not help my combine stats as an example but there are more variables involved)
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I have made purchase for an emwave system. Will be arriving in 2 weeks time and could give my feedback when I get down to using it.
I hope it can help solve some psychological hurdles I am currently facing: nervousness, anxiety in a trade, stress etc.
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I've stopped using it altogether. It was just one more graph to watch which I never got 'integrated' into habit and eventually lay gathering dust. I will post an update in case I start using it again at some future course (currently not planning to use it)