Pro Trader Tim Bohen: My Biggest Win

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TITLE: Pro Trader Tim Bohen's Biggest Win

I’m here with Tim Bohen. He’s a family man and disciplined part-time trader.

He takes a hard-work approach to trading and views it as a skilled trade. This isn’t a ‘get rich quick’ scheme.

Even though Bohen day trades some of the most volatile stocks, he’s not looking to get rich in just one day.

And neither should you — especially if you're a part-time trader.

If you constantly try to hit those home runs, it can be more difficult to focus on your life, job, kids, or school. But keep at it. Work to make it fit in your life.

One of the problems with trading is traders can sometimes get lucky. And when novice traders get lucky, they can start to think they know everything. They start to form unrealistic expectations. Suddenly, they want to run before they even know how to walk.

If you want to evolve as a trader, consistency is key. Take it slow and steady. If you’re always running after big gains, you can risk huge losses.

Be smart about how you approach the markets and your trades.

Wash, rinse, repeat.

What do you think about Bohen’s approach? What are you willing to do to grow as a trader? Leave a comment below and let me know!

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