How to Develop A Daily Trading Routine – Might seem odd to start here, but we believe at Option Alpha that developing a daily trading routine is critical to building habits that make you successful as a trader. Make no mistake, everything you have either done (or haven’t done) can likely be traced back to a habit or routine – so let’s make sure you’ve got great habits in place right now.


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5 thoughts on “How to Develop A Daily Trading Routine

  1. andrzej magrys

    Kirk – Fantastic to build on your experience ! Keep doing your great job – Andrzej

  2. Miro K

    Hi. Can you please direct me what order should i take to learn about options in gradient through your videos?

  3. wrbk

    You sir have been the most informational/clear cut instructor for trading/investing on Youtube! Thank you!

  4. Learn New Things Everyday

    Can you please list out couple of website sources that you scan daily news for investor? I have CNBC but those news are not to the central points. I'm looking for a better headlines and news like you mention. Thanks in advance

  5. corkscrewakia

    Which one of your videos do you show your text conversation with broker to negotiate lower commission fees? Thanks

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