Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Note To Self...

Don't accumulate "If I had's" and "my account would be's" in your mind. Referencing where you were (or where you'd be "If you had...") is a dangerous game because it encourages action to try to rectify...instead, always objectively follow the plan. If you stray, pick up where you left off. Never try to adjust until you're sure you're able to distinguish between adjusting for emotion's sake or for trade's sake (and I'm a loooong way off from being able to do that!) While calculations are brilliant for the technical side of things they tend to get us tied up with our emotions. There's no beginning, middle or end- except the ones decided by us.

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