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My two latest implementations to remove emotions/irrational from when I look at the stocks/investing:

  1. Moving from candlestick to bars (I would move to lines but it’s difficult to see chart, I still would like to see support and resistance… yes yes I know it’s hard to kick old habits)

  1. Moving from red and green to grey. P&L is also in grey. Keeps me from being “happy” or “sad” as there is no more emphasis on colors

Joey Hirendernath's avatar
Smart move, subconscious emotional cues are all around us, we need to take more time to reducing their effect!
Yegor's avatar
@joeyhirendernath it’s little things but making a big positive impact on me
Joshua Simka's avatar
Clever idea on grey over red and green! I'm not familiar with candlestick charts. Why do you think bar charts (or lines, I guess) are better?
Yegor's avatar
@tomato I started stock market with trading candlesticks, so I have already trained mined to look for patterns ( not a good thing ) putting bars makes me not look for trading patterns and let me (hopefully) focus only on fundamentals
Nathan Worden's avatar
I like the idea of "going grey" to remove emotion.



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