Stay tuned for details on our 2019 Student and Alumni trip! Location and Dates coming soon.


Another introductory webinar is going to be scheduled soon so make sure to follow us on Facebook to make sure you get the invite.  

COLORADO SPRINGS - MEET & GREET - August 16th & 17th, 2019

Meet your local coaches and others from Trader Genius in Downtown Colorado Springs at the Antlers hotel. Click on the button below to pick the day that most convenient for you. We look forward to seeing you there.



Latest Trader of the Month being announced soon!

“After attending the Cancun 2018 conference I learned so much about the incredible software, the need for the proper mindset to be a successful trader, and most importantly the awesome people who have created this community. Upon returning home, I engaged in impactful one-on-one coaching that will ensure my ongoing trading success. My advice: study well; practice seriously; take the opportunity to meet the people behind all of this and cap it off with coaching. This is a life changer if you engage in the process and do the work.”





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Contact and Questions: The Service allows you to submit questions, comments, or concerns to us. Trader Genius will ask for your e-mail address and your question. We will use the information to respond to your inquiry and may share it internally to improve our service to you. In addition, we may use the information for various business purposes, including, but not limited to, sharing consumer testimonials about the Service. If there is a public use (like testimonials) we will ask for consent in advance. However, your personal information will never be sold to third parties. In addition, when we do use your information, we will not disclose personally identifiable information and will only use demographic information including your geographic location and perhaps your first name.


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“Option Paralysis” a.k.a. Decision Fatigue

High-performing historical figures like Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs overcame a phenomenon called “Option Paralysis.” In our everyday lives, we are flooded with information and need to make countless decisions. Having more options means having to make more decisions. This increases our tendency to freeze with uncertainty and get nowhere. Once we realize that many daily decisions are of little consequence to furthering overall goals, we can let go of the frivolous. This explains why Einstein and Jobs wore the same outfit every day. They simplified routine tasks to the point of near-automation. We are more effective and efficient when we save analysis for only the most meaningful decisions.


Trader Genius coaches commonly refer to the “option paralysis” principle as decision fatigue. Assessing too many charts, numbers, and indicators to assess at once tires us out – opening the door for emotional hijacking. The key to a consistent, replicable trading strategy is simplicity. Too many rules or criteria to simultaneously focus on will invoke decision fatigue, yielding undesirable results.


However, a trading strategy must not be discarded solely because it is too complex. Only if it cannot be simplified to the point that decision fatigue is a non-factor should it be abandoned. As members of Trader Genius, we have the benefit of testing and refining our trading rules in the zero-risk Replay simulator. Not every trader is so lucky, as the software they employ is insufficient for the task. We can establish trading systems around short price action bursts, longer trends, indices, stocks, or even overnight gaps. The possibilities are only limited by our creativity and discipline to keep it simple!


So get organized and actively seize the opportunity in front of you. Don’t summon option paralysis by overthinking it, just grin and do it! Write down your tentative rules, test them in hundreds of random market conditions, refine, and simplify! The results will be worth the effort you put in if you persist objectively, but taking the necessary steps is your responsibility.


by Coach Rob


If you have any questions, we would love to connect with you and help direct you in your path through trading. We have a number of coaches and resources to help guide you through the process.



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