Stuart McPhee

New York Traders Expo Interview

In this video Stuart McPhee talks about technical methods he uses at video networks. He takes presentations all over the world and he always speaks about the importance of having a trading plan. He is a technical analyst and he loves looking at charts. The big advantage of looking at charts is the price which ultimately determines if you make profit or not. When Stuart started out, one of the things he was very fascinated of was technical indicators.

Trading Risk Management

In this video, Stuart McPhee talks about how you can briefly about handling the difficult times in trading. He presented at the New York Traders Expo in the United States on Sunday 22nd February 2009. He says that he visited back in 1998 the World Trade Center and now he is remembering how beautiful it was. It is a very emotional place to be and it remembers him of trading. Situations like in World Trade Center case allows you to put things in two perspectives, how do you deal with situations where things don't work, when you lose money.

Trading Plan

In this video, Stuart McPhee makes a description for his website, As you can see looking at the name, the main message is having a trading plan. Stuart can assure you that all successfully traders have a trading plan, they follow it and they do this with a lot of confidence. When you start, it is not quite easy to have a trading plan and implement it that is why his website is here - to help you. The website has over 250 pages of content.

Trading in a Nutshell

In this video Stuart McPhee talks about Trading in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition, which has been released following the solid success of the previous two editions (released in 2001 and 2005). Trading in a Nutshell just come out in 2008. There are seven years from the first edition and Stuart is the first to admit how much he learned himself about the market during this period and so he put information he achieved in this book. He hopes readers will enjoy it.

Key message: Have a Trading Plan!

Ultra Comfort

Ultra comfort is a level of competence whereby you feel a sense of well-being and contentment on a regular basis with your decisions, however you are routinely making decisions that make most traders terribly uncomfortable so uncomfortable, that they often drift away and end up deciding based on what will make them feel most comfortable instead. Last year, Stuart McPhee was doing a presentation for a large group of people talking about trading and decisions that he need to take and he talked specifically about two things that any trader should have: confidence and comfort.

Turtle Trading Insights & Trading Like a Robot

Stuart McPhee talks in this video about turtle trading & trading like a robot. Turtles take a group of people, talk to them about some rules and tell those people to go ahead and try them and they quickly have success. In New York you have many graduates colleagues going to very large brokerage companies and being given a trading system to try and a huge amount of the company's money to try with. And that is their job. They receive a trading plan to try it and after that they split the money with the company.

Trading Mistakes & Excuses

In this video, Stuart McPhee talks about trading mistakes and excuses. He says that several years ago him and one of his friends ran a full day of presentations. They had all day different presentations, each of them in a different room. Before they started the day, he asked the audience to write their worst ever trade and the people were quite honest. During a break he took those papers and read all of them. Most of them were still in the trade, had their price unknown, just some classic possible worse case scenarios.

Trading Psychology: Confidence

In this video, Stuart McPhee talks about how to get trading confidence. How do you get confidence? You can go to all trading experts, and to all book-shops and everything else and you cannot see a box with confidence in it for $99. There is no way you can go and purchase confidence. Yet, we know that is vital. So, how can you get confidence, do you think how can you develop it? He says that confidence comes from one thing - you. Think about something you are very good at doing, playing golf, play at the piano, running your business. Then think about how confident you are doing it.

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