Different trading personalities are suitable for different types of transactions. What kind of personality traits do you need for short-term trading? I think the Belbin test is a very good test that can reveal a person's personality.
1. ME, CW high
In the Belbin test, ME stands for your execution, and CW stands for your determination, that is, termination in English. I don't know if you play games or not. If you play football games, you must find a good CW player when looking for a penalty penalty player.
Why? Because good CW means he dares to take a decisive shot. So, what is ME? ME dares to shoot, and dares to execute in its own way and method. For short-term trading, we want these two points. CW and ME must be high, one high and one low, but not lame.
The characteristics of short-term traders are: concise and bright.
What is conciseness? If you say where you want to go, go now. When you say something, you have a clear purpose, a clear attitude, and a proper method. Do it when you get there, and leave when you are done.
Why do good female traders have less personality than girls? Generally girls are sentimental, indecisive, and like to compare. However, once they start doing short-term transactions, all of these personalities have to be changed and gradually changed to adapt to these four words: conciseness and liveliness.
For example, if a trader goes to buy clothes, he will definitely not compare them in Hong Kong and then find that there is also a store in Hang Lung, and then run through Hang Lung to wear one. After comparison, he finally buys clothes in Pudong Yaohan.
A good trader goes to buy things, basically: I have already thought about it, I want to buy this dress; I lack a pair of shoes, and I saw a pair of shoes in this store. It is a brand that I often buy. Yes, bring it Give it a try, you can wear it on your feet, pay and leave, simple and bright.
3. Good execution
According to my observations, short-term transactions are done well around me. Most people with type A blood and many people with type B blood don't. People with type O blood also do well, but the most are people with type A blood. Why? People with type A blood are disciplined and perform well. People with type AB blood are usually more tangled and are the least conducive to trading.
4. Reliance on system and strict discipline
The key to making the short-term is eight words: rely on the system and be disciplined. What is the relying system? It is your determination. I will do it at this system position, and I must do it. In fact, the system gives you the courage to make decisions. Discipline is strict. When you should do it, you should do it when you shouldn't. This is the most critical.
Economic Daily-China Economic Net from "Trading Road" CITIC Press
(Responsible editor: Shi Lan)