Mind Over Markets: Sculpting Success Through Habit Formation
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
2d ago
Understanding the psychology behind your habits is crucial for improving your trading. Louise gives practical examples and a checklist of essential trading habits as she guides listeners on a journey to master their mindset.   ..read more
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Trading Hearts: Navigating Love and Markets
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
2d ago
In this eye-opening episode of Talking Trading, Louise Bedford, Chris Tate, and Dr Harry Stanton explore the fascinating intersections of love and trading. The trio unravel the parallels between the profound tensions of trading and the intricacies of relationships. Listeners are treated to valuable insights that extend beyond the trading floor ..read more
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Ten Minutes With Tate It Only Takes One Good Trade
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
6d ago
Drawdown is inevitable for traders – some idiots believe it is possible to trade without a period of drawdown. But they live in a different world to the rest of us grown ups. What is foremost is your response to drawdown and your ability to analyse what has happened and to keep going. There is ..read more
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Bounce Back Fast: Mastering Resilience in Trading
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
2w ago
Get ready to unlock the secrets to thriving in the fast-paced world of trading with resilience coach and martial arts expert Michael Licenblat ..read more
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At the Money: Lose the Noise
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
1M ago
A constant stream of noise distracts investors: earnings reports, news releases, upgrades, downgrades, economic data, geopolitics. How should we best manage this firehose of distractions? Larry Swedrow, head of financial and economic research at Buckingham Strategic Wealth, speaks with Barry Ritholtz about managing through the noise ..read more
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Stillness and The Art of Trading
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
1M ago
Following a few recent conversations with both new traders who don’t yet know the correct path and older traders who have strayed I thought this was worth a repop. One of the most persistent things in traders is the desire to be doing something. There is a perennial confusion between effective activity and activity for ..read more
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Ten Minutes With Tate Let’s Talk About Friction…..Again
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
2M ago
All trading systems contain friction and friction extracts a fee from the trader. The more you can do to identify and minimise sources of friction the more profitable a system becomes ..read more
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The Way You Talk To Yourself Matters
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
2M ago
This may seem somewhat tangential to trading but psychology is psychology. Self-talk can either be a generator of performance or it can be self-limiting – the trick is to notice when the inner couch becomes the inner critic ..read more
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Trade What You See
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
3M ago
One of the most interesting parts of trading is the role of the human brain as an interface between you and the market. Having a complex filtering mechanism that is the repository of all your emotions sitting between you and the raw sources of information you need presents a complication. Consider the image below. This ..read more
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Active Investors Need to Think About the Odds
Trading Game » Trading Psychology
by Chris Tate
3M ago
Although investing is far noisier and uncertain than most card games, it is also an activity where understanding the odds is critical. While investors may feel uncomfortable talking about their decision making in probabilistic terms, it is inherent in everything we do – whether we are explicit about it or not. Much like assessing our ..read more
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