Accepting Your Emotions

Published on
5 June, 2018
Topic
Psychology, Trading
Duration
8 minutes

Accepting Your Emotions

Featuring Denise Shull

Master decision coach Denise Shull of the ReThink Group provides advice on how to manage the emotional swings that can come with professional investing.

Published on
5 June, 2018
Topic
Psychology, Trading
Duration
8 minutes
Rating
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  • nd

    nicolas d.

    7 6 2018 05:47

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    Can you advise a couple of books to read on the subject?

  • RB

    Richard B.

    6 6 2018 12:53

    4       1

    I love reading the comments on here. Lots of people commenting with emotion :). This is probably the most important part of trading. Yet most people don't get it. Which is a good thing for the people that do.

  • WB

    William B.

    6 6 2018 05:15

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    I loved this video. Love is an emotion that should be understood internally, rationally, every time you have it. Self understanding leads to greater empathy (understanding if you will) of others which is priceless when trying to understand why they do what they do and what they may do next.

  • DS

    David S.

    6 6 2018 01:13

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    You could have given Karl Popper credit for your random tidbit on science. He earned it. Science at least start out with definitions and assumptions which are stated. Here is a good quote that would help structure your monologue on feelings, senses, and emotions:

    Feelings are mental experiences of body states, which arise as the brain interprets emotions, themselves physical states arising from the body’s responses to external stimuli. (The order of such events is: I am threatened, experience fear, and feel horror.)
    https://www.thebestbrainpossible.com/whats-the-difference-between-feelings-and-emotions/

    Then we move on to observations and/or experiments - nomothetic or idiographic.

    I understand why someone could return to the second lecture and not understand what you said it the first lecture. I am in the same boat after the fourth and for me the final monologue. DLS

  • ss

    sid s.

    5 6 2018 23:23

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    don't you hate it when you have to listen to a teenager trapped in the body of 65 year old woman. two minutes into this video and I was done..

  • BT

    B T.

    5 6 2018 20:59

    5       0

    No doubt that it is an important topic. That said, I wasn't able to take away much from this except to not disregard emotions as they are a factor. I don't expect the secret sauce for free and in a 7minute clip but more meat on the bone in regards to how she helps people would both help her business and us viewers.

  • MS

    Mitchell S.

    5 6 2018 19:23

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    Very interesting video. This series, deals with a topic that is critical to really achieving long term success. At first viewing it may seem less useful than someone explaining their thesis on commodities or consumer staples, but give it some time. It seems “fluffy” but it is not.

    For the longest time I thought that the ideal approach was to eliminate my emotions. But she is correct. My emotions are part of the data set necessary for better investing. I need to include them in my analysis process.

  • HO

    H2 O.

    5 6 2018 15:43

    1       2

    Very important topic, and she knows what she is talking about. But, interpreting my feelings and emotions while listening to her, I find her affect and presentation irritating. The logical reaction is to change the channel.

  • JM

    Johann M.

    5 6 2018 13:16

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    Really enjoying Denise's contrarian view on using emotion in investing and trading.

  • AG

    Amir G.

    5 6 2018 10:46

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    I have no idea what she talked about for 7 minutes. Thankfully it wasn't any longer than that.