Free Class: Control Your Emotions While Trading...Or Else

Trading is one of the most challenging, stressful professions in the world. It’s also one of the most lucrative. Your ability to deal with the natural ups and downs of trading and stay calm, focused, and detached will go a long way in determining just how good a trader you’ll become.

Fausto Pugliese has been successfully trading the market for over two decades, and he knows it’s not easy to remain in control. But, he’ll share some of effective techniques he’s learned along the way about how to:

  • Deal with the stress all traders experience
  • Keep your confidence after a losing streak
  • Maintain your poise after a bad break
  • Not overtrade during a profitable period
  • Believe in yourself and your system

Don’t let your emotions limit your earnings – or make you ill. Discover how to stay in control no matter what the market is doing or how your trades are performing, and give yourself the best chance for a long career in this challenging profession.


Fausto Pugliese

Course Instructor:

Fausto Pugliese was one of the original Day Traders of the early 1990's and one of the first independent traders to take advantage of the Direct Access Trading technology boom in 1987. He acquired a wealth of knowledge from years of hands on experience, beginning in the trenches, working side by side with some of the most practiced and successful traders in the industry. After spending considerable time mastering the art and discipline of day trading, Fausto chose to start his own company to share some of his highly-sought-after wisdom. Fausto is the 12 time champion at the World Traders Challenge, and is the author of How To Beat Market Makers At Their Own Game - Uncovering the Mysteries of Level II.

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Fausto Pugliese

Fausto Pugliese, Founder and CEO of Cyber Trading University, was one of the first independent day traders to take advantage of the direct-access trading technology boom that started in 1987. In the early 1990s, he was one of the original SOES bandits on Wall Street. In Fausto’s years of active day trading, he acquired a wealth of knowledge from hands-on experience, working side-by-side with some of the most experienced market makers in the industry, watching closely as they would strategize and take positions in the stocks that they dominated.

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