Tag Archives for " trading psychology "

Photos of Faina, Louise and Rich on the cover image of Trading Games for Profit

Trading Games for Profit

How to change hope and dreams into great trade execution In this podcast episode Faina, Louise and Rich explore Trading Games for Profit. This concept utilizes three games that can reveal hidden motivations

Read on...
Image of Faina and Louise of Trading in the ZEN Podcast

Rich talks to Trading in the ZEN about Trader Psychology and Mindset

Faina and Louise from Trading in the Zen Podcast discuss trading psychology and trader mindset with Rich FriesenHosted by Louise Nonweiler and Faina Vitebsky, the Trading in the ZEN podcast was created

Read on...
Picture of lone black swan next to lake at dusk

Extreme Events: SVB and the Blindness of the Human Brain

How the blind spots in the human brain paved the way for the SVB fail, and how to prepare for the next black swan you can’t predict.“Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient

Read on...
Image showing the response to forcing ourselves to behave!

Levels of Change and Persistent Trading Mistakes

You know what to do and in the heat of the moment, something happens. Not a little something, but a big something. Not a one time something but a repeated something. Not a controllable something, but an

Read on...
Do you have a trading addiction?

Do you have a Trading Addiction?

How do you know if you’re addicted to trading? Signs of a trading addiction Some of my clients are addicted to trading. Yes, addicted. Addicted in the same sense as alcohol, gambling, sex or nicotine

Read on...
Image of a hammer about to tap a nail into a brain - does state of mind really mtter in trading?

The Trader’s State of Mind – Does it Matter?

Does the Trader’s State of Mind really matter?I have heard this argued both ways. It is been argued that the trader’s state of mind, or more formally, the psychology of a trader, is less critical

Read on...
What is a Trading Psychologist?

What is a Trading Psychologist?

Never in my wildest dreams did I ever think that someone would call me up and ask “Are you the trading psychologist?”It has happened. But after two decades of trading on the floors of the Chicago Mercantile

Read on...

Two Parts to Trading Psychology That Lead to Better Trading Decisions

There are two parts to trading psychology that when understood lead to better trading decisions: the inside and the outside. First let’s look at the outside. The market itself is not an objective,

Read on...
>