• You can control what stock to buy.
  • You can control how much money you put behind the idea.
  • You can control which markets you trade in.
  • You can control how much you are willing to risk per trade. 
  • You can control what type of stocks you buy, big caps, only small caps, only over $20, only under $10, etc.,
  • You can control what kind of set ups you buy.
  • You can control when you get in or out, barring a halt.
  • You can control when to trade or when not to trade.
  • You can’t control the outcome of the trade.
  • You can’t control how the market will react to the news.

Don’t fret over what you can’t control, shake it off, once you put the trade in what the market decides to do is out of your control. 

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