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Learn to Take Losses- Find Your Trading Edge

You did all your calculations, analyzed everything, and then analyzed it some more. You invested in the stock market and put yourself in a position where you’re sure you absolutely cannot lose—or so you thought.

Sadly, we live in an uncertain world, where dreams hardly do come true.

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‘Analysis Paralysis’ in Stock Trading: Are you a victim?

“Hustle”- that’s the first thing expert teaches the new traders. It’s one of many glamorous terms and rules on the trading scene. Sadly, while as powerful as that instruction is, only a handful of people really manage to hustle in the stock market. These are the successful traders whose stories we read to keep us inspired. The rest… they struggle with a meager return from their investment. They are the victims of Analysis Paralysis.

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5 Powerful Lessons from Bhagvad Gita for Traders to Improve Their Finance

From Ralph Waldo Emerson and Albert Einstein to Sunita Williams and Annie Besant—few people know that history’s well known personalities are also religious, avid followers of Bhagvad Gita.

And we’re not really surprised. Packing knowledge and wisdom in heaps, Bhagvad Gita has wide influence across the world, with everyone from bankers to entrepreneurs to engineers and doctors rallying behind the noble scriptures.

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Taking a Look at the Various Natures of Financial Markets: Random, Cyclical or a Mix?

Are the investment markers cyclical or random? The debate and discussions have gone on for long, and there are supporters for both – with each camp claiming about having evidence to support their belief. Random walk proponents feel that the markets tread an efficient path in which a statistical edge cannot be provided by any type of analysis. On the other hand, technical and fundamental analysts suppose that the markets have a specific rhythm that can be uncovered by careful analysis, offering a small amount of advantage at least.

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