Which Game of Thrones Character Represents Your Trading Style?

The following article was written by Jens Chrzanowski, Member of  the Management Board of Admiral Markets Group AS.


It’s summertime and many traders are off on vacation, so this week’s the perfect time for something fun…

In celebration of the new season of the hugely popular Game of Thrones TV-series, we at Admiral Markets invite you to find out which GoT character best represents your trading style!

*May contain spoilers!*

Unless you’re from outer space or you’ve been living under a rock for the last six years, you’ve probably heard of Game of Thrones. Imagine living in the Seven Kingdoms of Trading: which character would you be and how would you fight for yourself in the challenging world of Forex and CFD trading? Mismanaging your funds or being too greedy, you’ll be sent in the dungeon… or worse – off with your head!

Let’s have a look at the main characters and find out which one of them you’re most similar to…

1. Cersei Lannister: The Emotional Trader

Cersei Lannister

Arguably, all traders are emotional. Of course, some can handle those emotions better than others. If you can’t control your emotions, you might end up just like Cersei on her walk of shame through King’s Landing.

If this type of trader is you, then you likely have strong feelings about everything. Once you see a good opportunity to trade, you’ll marry that trade and stay with it no matter what happens. Only death can part you from the position you opened.

Learn how to control your emotions and increase your chances when arriving at “the final battle”.

To see if you match with another character, read our full article

At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter what kind of trader you are, if you know how to exploit the strengths of your character, then you’ll definitely be on the right track! But whatever you do, don’t lose your head!

Enjoy your trading, guys!

See you next week.

Do you have any feedback, concerns, requests, maybe even compliments? I’d love to hear them. Please contact me via: [email protected].

Trading on margin carries a high level of risk, and this article should not be seen as advice or solicitation to buy or sell. It’s written for informational purposes only.

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