A Trader’s Learning Process

Featuring Brett Steenbarger

How does a trader actually get better at their craft? Master trading psychologist Brett Steenbarger discusses, and provides some helpful lessons for how to improve as an investor.

Published on
12 June, 2018
Topic
Trading, Psychology
Duration
7 minutes
Rating
116

Comments

  • PH

    Peter H.

    17 6 2018 22:57

    0       1

    This is not useful

  • ZY

    ZHENG Y.

    15 6 2018 16:08

    0       0

    Good for new trader that without group help, he did show a "path". Although the actual "walk" still very hard for new trader.

  • AA

    Aymman A.

    13 6 2018 17:54

    0       0

    Steenbarder is brilliant. I have read his books, however this talk was really not useful.

  • DS

    David S.

    12 6 2018 20:44

    0       0

    I like the short-focused format. Always helps to review basics whether trading or chemistry. DLS

  • NC

    Novel C.

    12 6 2018 19:35

    1       1

    I was expecting more, especially when psychology is such an important part of investing

  • HO

    H2 O.

    12 6 2018 13:11

    11       0

    I am a fan and have his books, but this segment is not useful.

  • RK

    Robert K.

    12 6 2018 12:53

    0       0

    Always nice to re-visit the basics. Hope we'll see more. Thanks!

  • RW

    Richard W.

    12 6 2018 12:03

    2       0

    Following from the ideas in Raoul's really useful video of a few days ago, I think it would be helpful to label articles, videos, etc with some type of level indicator.

  • RB

    Richard B.

    12 6 2018 11:54

    1       0

    Surface level stuff.

  • VC

    Vince C.

    12 6 2018 09:29

    3       2

    Am going to have to respectfully disagree with Brett. Quite the institutionalised, corporate view. The primary (and only feedback, really) needed is the market and actual performance - mixed with a heavy dose of self awareness. If one is trading proprietary full time then by definition they are an entrepreneur. The corporatised rank and file model need not apply