Top Dog Trading Podcast

17 Real-Life Tips To Becoming a Successful Trader



Improving your trading with a New Year's Resolutions, or any other time! Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC's "The Profit," doesn't wait until the beginning of the year to make resolutions: "I don't know that I make specifically New Year's resolutions. I think I typically make a new resolution when something bad happens or I have a failure or something doesn't go the way I think it should," "I almost have this reset and I don't use the calendar year as a time to do that. I use a mistake that I've made or a decision that I made that didn't go right as a time to do that." According to Psychology Today, New Year’s resolutions can make some people feel depressed, unnecessarily stressed out, or disappointed in themselves. WHY? Because most use New Year's resolutions as “goals” and big ones because they have the target of one year in advance. That's too long to wait for a reward, in order to keep a person motivated Should your goals (resolutions) be "big" or “realistic?” You need BOTH. Your long-term goa