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Coaches Corner - How To Start The Day | Episode #12


How To Start Your Trading Day w/ The - Robin Dayne


Things to do at end of the previous days trading:
  • Do a brief analysis of each trade especially any losing trades.
  • Come up with a new plan adding rules and distinctions
  • What special area will you focus on today?
  • Get a good night sleep.
In the morning:
  • Do what you need to create a good “alert” mental attitude.
  • Exercise, take a shower, get prepared to go to work.
  • Have all your systems working and charts where you need them.
  • Set up for the flow of your eyes and decision process.
  • Create in your daily journal a section, great things to remember.
  • Re-read this at the beginning of your day.
  • Create a list of morning questions that put you in a great mindset
  • What in my trading yesterday was great?
  • What do I have to change today?
  • What do I have to focus on?
  • What was the biggest thing I learned?
  • What must I never do again?
  • How will I stay disciplined?
  • What am I proud of?
  • Decide on one area of your trading you will look to expand. Charting, candlesticks, Fibonacci areas, etc.
  • Set your goals for the day - making them a MUST do.
  • Write your daily distinctions.
  • Create good morning habits and patterns.
  • Go nice and easy.
  • Build on your successes.
  • Adjust your short comings.
  • Avoid installing and repeating bad patterns.




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Coaches Corner w/ Robin Dayne Episode #12

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