Top Dog Trading Courses: Designed To Cover The Gambit of Trading Arenas

In which arena of the markets are you intending to trade? Stock trading? Forex trading? Option trading? Or futures trading? No matter in which of these arenas you are intending to trade, they all have one thing in common. They can all be read using a fundamental training in technical analysis. This is the kind of market training offered and taught in Dr. Barry Burns’ Top Dog Trading Courses.

At this point you might reasonably ask: Well who is Barry Burns and what makes what he has to teach so awfully important? And that would be a fair question to ask and seek to be answered.

Dr. Burns began his study of the markets under the tutelage of his father, Patrick Burns, who amassed independent wealthy through trading while gathering over seventy years of trading experience before his passing in 2005. He furthered his education by reading more than one hundred books on investing and trading, and has spent thousands of dollars on trading courses and educating himself. He’s even hired several professional traders to personally mentor him.

Burns also has a doctorate in hypnotherapy while also being a certified NLP practitioner. He has studied and has experience in the psychology of trading. And if you think that’s not a very helpful quality to have in the highly competitive arena of market trading and the effort to predict which way the markets are heading in order to fashion a winning trade, you need to keep an open mind and continue reading.

Successful experienced traders, no matter what the market, have figured out one thing that unsuccessful novice traders have yet to learn. The art of consistency in trading. And that consistency starts in the trader’s mental approach to trading. While the market itself remains notoriously inconsistent, often behaving differently than most of us expect, there are times when the market sets up in a profitable probability scenario which gives the alert trader an edge. Successful traders make it their job to be consistent in trading these probability scenarios and to trade them each time they appear regardless of their emotions.

It doesn’t much matter in technical trading whether the market is a stock, option, forex, or futures market. What matters are the chart indicators that trigger a specific probability scenario and its impending occurrence. With the right knowledge and trading discipline, almost anyone can be trained to become successful in trading the market.

The only question the aspiring successful trader has to answer then is: Do I have the discipline needed to make this trade and to stick with it according to the rules I follow? Because this is where most unsuccessful traders fail to follow through. They get caught up in the roiling emotion of the trade where more often than not they talk themselves into making a mistake. In order to succeed in trading according to the way Barry Burns teaches, a trader must be trained to be more disciplined than the average trader. This means not abandoning one’s trading rules, no matter how good a trade looks, if it violates the objective you’ve established and the rules you have back-tested.

As important as it may be to learn about and master the technical side of trading the markets, it’s the psychological side that often trips up our best intentions. One of the biggest mistakes beginners make is to over trade. But as Barry suggests: “Your job is to be better than other day traders in having the discipline to wait like a cat in the brush until just the right moment (your high probability setup) and then jump on the trade without hesitation.” Training yourself in the psychology of trading takes time and practice. But you are far ahead of the rest of the crowd if you take the time to study and learn this properly than if you hadn’t.

So, whether you are interested in trading stocks, options, the forex, or futures market, the information one learns by undertaking the study of a course like the Top Dog Trading Courses becomes invaluable no matter in what market you have chosen to trade. Successful traders learn to discipline their emotions; they learn to neutralize their emotions during a trade so that their mind remains sharp and centered on what needs to be accomplished. Having this ability is, in many instances, what separates the winners from the losers at the end of the trading day.