RE: When you know what you're doing, you're calm

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I absolutely love this post and I think you did a great job with the explanation. However, sometimes, I wonder if it is actually possible to completely withdraw our emotions as humans.

Personally, I'm more of an investor than a trader In fact, I haven't performed any day trading activity like scalping and the likes in roughly two years. I buy, hold long term and sometimes take profit but only when it is for sorting out my personal needs.

What I have noticed over time is that at some point down the line, I get emotionally attached to some of my bags. For example, my NFTs and some tokens that includes Leo, Cub and Polycub. How does one actually detach their emotions?

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Well, although it is difficult, it is what we must try to do at all times, because the cryptographic markets are erratic and volatile in large part, due to the greed and fear of the people; which are basically emotions that they do not know how to control.

There is a good book on trading that speaks abundantly on this subject; It's called "Trading in the Zone", I recommend to you (if you haven't read it yet).

Thank you very much for reading and commenting on my post. Greetings.

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