Trading Risk: Steps to Minimize Drastically

Charlie discusses three steps to minimize your trading risk as much as possible. He also makes analogies to get the viewer a concrete and thorough understanding of how statistics and deductive reasoning can combine together to provide for safer trades over the long run. Risk management is a integral part of learning how to day and swing trade within the stock market.

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