19 Traits That Separate Winning Traders From Losing Traders...

News Flash: Trading is hard!  

By the way, you should be thankful it's hard.  If trading was easy, anybody could do it.  And, what happens when anybody can do something?  There's no longer any opportunity.   

It's a beautiful thing really. Trading is a career where you get paid solely based on your performance. It's not about who you know. It's not about what school you attended. It's not about being the boss's kid.

Very simply, if you learn to trade well, you will make money. And, even better, if you learn to trade really well, you will make a lot of money.

In other words, trading is a "performance endeavor" similar to being an athlete or an entertainer. Most fail. But those who make it...those who persevere through the tough times...those who continue learning and working on themselves and striving until they succeed...make an OUTSIZED amount of money as a reward.

You've probably heard of the "Pareto Principle", better known as the 80/20 rule right? Based on most research, 20 percent of traders make 80 percent of the money. What's more, the top 10 percent of traders make 90% of the money. And the top 5 percent of traders make 95% of the money.

The same goes for actors, musicians, comedians, athletes, etc. As an example, think about the number of people who move to Hollywood with the dream of "making it" as movie stars.

Most end up waiting tables until they give up the dream. But 20 percent battle through the stage where they're living on their buddy's couch and end up making a good living. And then the top 5 percent go on to be the multi-millionaire "stars" we're all familiar with.

So, that leads to the obvious question: What separates those that "make it" versus those that don't?

What separates the 80 percent from the 20 percent?

And, more so, what does it take to reach the upper echelons of trader performance?

Well, that's what we're going to attempt to answer in this special report...

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