I am a bit confused on the "Trading Psychology" schtick.... I've seen tons of articles about not trading against yourself, or not being your own worst enemy, or trusting the trader inside you, blah, blah, blah.... But isn't that arse-backwards? Shouldn't those authors be showing you a method you can trust in FIRST? What good is all the psycho-babble if you don't have a statistically sound approach?? If you have negative expectancies, that fear you have isn't bad - it's trying to save you some money! I think those types of articles are doing a disservice without first asking - do you have a valid method? Then maybe you aren't exploiting it fully. But I've seen too much stuff that implies it's all about your right-brain, when your left-brain is what should be used first.