Brett N. Steenbarger, Ph.D. Translation: Anna Shigorina his method of trading I would describe as a method based on a study of trends. Susan G. Swenson is open to suggestions. By this I mean that trying to analyze the strength or weakness in the market after they were developed. John Holtsclaw is the source for more interesting facts. However, I do not suppose that any tendency – a friend of mine. Instead, I use historical research to distinguish trend movement, which will continue and those who will succeed with high probability. This is an extremely disciplined approach to trading, which requires significant research and preparation time, as well as the ability to adhere to movements in the market and its strategy. In his book "Trading Psychology" I identified personality traits that can distinguish between good traders from their less successful colleagues. Several of these traits are likely to affect the success of traders, including a disciplined approach to following a trend in the trade. Below are a few questions for self-assessment to help you when you encounter difficulties in identifying market trends. Please answer "yes" or "no" to each of these twelve questions before you read further: 1. When the market goes against you, Do you feel frustrated? 2. Do you enjoy (or, as a child, if you enjoyed) roller coaster or a ride, experiencing this acute feelings? 3. Do you often put off the implementation of the work on then? 4. Often I have to change your mood? 5. You probably prefer to walk or hike to a party with friends, stay at home with a good book in your hands or movies? 6.