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Anyone read Mindset Secrets for Winning by Mark Minervini??

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I'm reading "Perform Under Pressure" by Dr Ceri Evans at the moment and it's very good.
He helped the NZ All Blacks rugby team when they were struggling, he worked with Mercedes Formula 1 team at the start of their dominating run of wins.
One of the top "mind" guys in the world.

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I definitely reccomend this book. Besides, Carter is the trader, not like many other authors

Shame record100 is no longer around as I?d like to say thanks. Dunno why but this book he mentioned ?Mastering the Trade? by John Carter stood out to me so I bought the Kindle version.

I just had my exact issues that I?d improved on, followed by my exact issues I knew I was still suffering from, followed by exactly what I?m doing reading Trading books as Phase I Phase II and Phase III.

Yeah I?m reading the right book

Funnily enough all my problems started with futures, options are too complex and expensive for me to jump into a trade without really thinking it through and waiting for good entries. Which naturally lead to a lot of success, so I?ve mostly gone back to them now. But let?s see if this book can?t improve my performance and let me take advantage of all the benefits futures have.

ETA: never mind I?m not really in phase III. There is no holy grail and the ?next thing? is just another way to lose money until you master it and yourself. Phase I and II were dead on though.

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