King Kong Syndrome
|The emotional high that overtakes traders when they do exceptionally well for a period of time, such asmaking a dozen consecutive winning trades.|
Usually followed by a large losing trade and a reality check.
Trades longer-term trends lasting from several days to several weeks. Trades for points, not for ticks. ...
Adding to a position as the market moves up or down. ...
Smaller (and sometimes newer) companies associated with high risk and high potential rewards. Can be illiquid ...
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