Anxieties regarding longer-term inflation have entered the spotlight. The Fed’s easy-money policies and government stimulus spending had juiced growth and momentum into an epic bull run over the last year. However, these equity factors now face substantial risks from bond market volatility.
Emotional capital is a required, yet rarely-perfected resource that every trader must manage in order to be successful. By training yourself to maximize emotional reserves during a trade, you gain the ability to see clearly and act objectively.
Whether you’re on a hot streak or everything is going wrong in your life, you need to know when to get out to be a successful trader. Today on Limit Up! Podcast, we’re talking about what it means to go on tilt.
We’ve heard from a lot of our traders that the 6-Candle rule has completely transformed their trading and given them more confidence in their decisions. This rule will take some discipline to implement, but it can be a total game changer in your trade management.
An analysis on Micron Technology (MU) earnings shows that short, dated straddles were highly profitable up until Q4 2019, after which these trades started experiencing significant losses. This is due to the realized underlying stock return post-earnings falling short of the market expectations.