The Three Pillars of Trading Psychology

Featuring Brett Steenbarger

Trading psychologist Brett Steenbarger provides an introduction to his methodology and explains what trading psychology actually means.

Published on
1 May, 2018
Topic
Trading, Psychology
Duration
8 minutes
Rating
50

Comments

  • MM

    Michael M.

    3 5 2018 16:39

    7       0

    25% downvotes for the single most important component of trading. Go figure.

    All excellent points and reminders.

  • DS

    DAVID S.

    3 5 2018 09:27

    4       0

    Hey, just to correct a few misconceptions here about Brett. He is not only an academic guy, he has been working for years with traders at firms and has an amazing performance improvement track record. So true life experience here. As always one should do some homework before commenting. With respect. D

  • EL

    Eugene L.

    2 5 2018 17:38

    6       0

    "The area most commonly associated with trading psychology is emotional development" - very in line with the Josh Waitzkin view of peak performance. I like it.

  • DC

    Douglas C.

    2 5 2018 14:32

    1       0

    All good points made in the segment, Thanks

  • KL

    Kathlyn L.

    2 5 2018 00:28

    0       14

    Please, no more academics

  • CM

    C M.

    1 5 2018 22:59

    5       13

    It is impossible to comment with authority on trading psychology unless you have sat in the hot seat and felt the pressure first hand. This chap should stay in the classroom.

  • F

    Floyd .

    1 5 2018 22:47

    3       0

    this was interesting and useful,the means to an end does not work in trading.

  • MK

    Michael K.

    1 5 2018 18:22

    7       0

    brilliant quick commentary - the "spiritual" development, or lack thereof, is unquestionably the #1 cause of burnout I've seen after 11 years in the markets, myself included. Getting sober was my way out, personally, but plenty of folks simply endure suffering instead of thriving, and I think this key component is what is missing.