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TheRumpledOne
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msg #29436
Ignore TheRumpledOne
10/23/2003 2:43:14 PM

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TRADING VISUALIZATION as of October 23, 2003
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The action is fast sometimes and you have no time to THINK. You must react. To react properly, you must condition your brain to respond in the moment.

Let's say you bought XYZ at 2.36.

Visualize what you will do if it goes to 2.45 and then stalls.
Same for 2.44, 2.43, 2.42, 2.41, ....

Visualize what you will do if it drops to 2.35, 2.34, 2.33, 2.32,....

See the Level II window in your mind's eye. See the candles turn from green to red.

If you do this each day before the market opens you will have conditioned your brain to react.

REACT!

DO NOT HESITATE.
DO NOT SECOND GUESS.
DO NOT THINK.

REACT!

Let's say you want to buy ABC, it's exactly the same.

Visualize what you will do AFTER the market opens. See the price move up and down. See when you enter your order. Once again, you are conditioning your brain to react.

Always use money management.



MAY ALL YOUR FILLS BE COMPLETE.


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