The Recipe for Trading Success

Featuring Brett Steenbarger

What does it take to be a great trader? Trading psychologist Brett Steenbarger explains.

Published on
15 May, 2018
Topic
Psychology, Trading
Duration
6 minutes
Rating
42

Comments

  • DY

    Dmytro Y.

    21 5 2018 02:00

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    Comment to technical team of RV: do you realise that it is impossible to listen or watch your videos in earphones. You constantly hit extreme high volume sound of music in early seconds and last few seconds that exceed the volume of the speaker like 5 times!?

  • CM

    Christopher M.

    17 5 2018 10:23

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    @Brett Very insightful thank you.

    I do have two questions: What do you deem a "long-term trading career"?
    What is the data-set for your research? When did your research begin?

    I have been reading Nassim Taleb recently, and want to understand if you are talking about money managers with 5 or 35 years experience.

  • PD

    Pat D.

    16 5 2018 08:03

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    Makes sense!

  • RP

    Ron P.

    16 5 2018 05:12

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    Insightful.
    Nothing groundbreaking, but eloquently elaborates on what logic would deem to be correct.

  • OC

    OTTO C.

    16 5 2018 02:18

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    With all due respect!!!
    I’ve played soccer ever since I was 5 and I’ve seen players who had zero talent (the ones who every makes fun of), but lots of passion). Who eventually became professional soccer players. I have seen this in almost every profession!!!

  • OC

    OTTO C.

    15 5 2018 23:49

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    I’ve played soccer ever since I was 5 and I’ve seen players who had zero talent (the ones who every makes fun of), but lots of passion). Who eventually became professional soccer players. I have seen this in almost every profession!!!

    • SG

      Soren G.

      16 5 2018 13:32

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      But who judges talent. The definition of talent that is used by the interviewed is maybe the most precise i have ever heard, possibly. If talent is the experience of intrinsic reward exercising the skill, then that could be seen as more precise definition than if someone is slow to learn in the beginning, when observed on the outside.

  • JD

    John D.

    15 5 2018 18:18

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    Enlightening ! helpful.

  • AU

    Alex U.

    15 5 2018 11:49

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    but Richard Dennis (turtles) proved that trading can be tought

  • JJ

    Justin J.

    15 5 2018 11:45

    4       0

    "Rage to master" love it!