10 Responses to “The 4 Levels Of Trading Mastery”


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  1. John R

    I wish I understood your terms better. When you explain your reasoning you do so on an advanced level. Wish you could dumb down the language used, but only my beginners’ view.

    For instance why draw the green box? What do you use track the market? Why is this flat pattern a favorite flat pattern?

  2. I’d say I’m in the worry or anxious category; or the consciously incompetent category. I’m learning, and I’m trying. Prior to your webinar I was even more consciously incompetent than I am now as I’ve done (doing) long term speculation but never shorter term trading. Now that I’m trying to learn and using real cash I guess I do feel a bit like I’m learning how to drive – anxious or worried at times; excited at other times. Just like with driving a car, I gotta push past being incompetent to being competent. 🙂

  3. will enick

    i sense i would be a short term trader. i also sense much,or rather an enormity of oppotunity in this direction the next two years. i’m going to start the webinars-my week of vacation starts tomorrow. need to learn to hedge. could i learn enough in thirty days? the webinars and what else…

  4. John – the very fact that you can admit that about yourself and that you are honest about your trading, is a very positive thing indeed. It is a good sign and it means you will progress to the next level and eventually to the top. You’re doing a good job. Trading is hard and very few succeed. So don’t be too hard on yourself. Alessio

  5. John

    I have been buying/selling stocks for many years but without the disciplined approach which I now realise is an absolute requirement for investment success, e.g. I have constantly failed to get rid of my losers and watched many of my shares fall, fall, fall without taking the necessary action. With your help, I hope to correct this situation and start making some money!

  6. Move over, Deepak Chopra 🙂 I feel this is excellent advice high performance (and enjoyment) of any endeavour.

  7. Move over, Deepak Chopra I feel this is excellent advice for high performance (and enjoyment) of any endeavour.

  8. Thanks Veronica. I know of Chopra, very deep and meaningful stuff. I’ll pass your kind comments to Goncalo (the writer of this article). Cheers, Alessio

  9. victoria reeley

    I feel like I really really want to understand, but dont

  10. I am at the Conscious Incompetent level 2012 is going to be my breakout year hopefully i have just started trading recently near the end of 2011 but I have been learning Thanks to Alessio.