Tackle Today: What are your financial goals? | Tackle Trading

Short, Intermediate and Long term

Traders,

On a day to day basis, you will see your profits and losses develop through your trades. How much money you make, or lose, on one individual trade is rarely important. What is important, is that you are moving your overall account towards your short, intermediate, and long-term financial goals.

Goal setting can be an unbelievably valuable exercise, when done properly. It is important to use S.M.A.R.T. principles when setting goals.

Specific Measurable Attainable Relevant Time-Bound

Have you set financial goals for your trading, investing, liquid net worth and entrepreneurial endeavors? If not, take some time today and start working on them. Here are a few time frames to consider when setting your goals: Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Yearly, 5 Year, 10 Year, Retirement.

Setting goals can help you improve your focus, keep your momentum moving forward and overall daily productivity. Generally, traders and investors overshoot their short term goals but under-estimate their long term potential if they can build proper systems.

Start working on your goals today,

#TeamTackle

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Originally published at https://tackletrading.com on August 11, 2020.

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