Solving Specific Problems

Published on
28 August, 2018
Topic
Psychology, Trading
Duration
8 minutes

Solving Specific Problems

Featuring Denise Shull

Do you keep making the same mistakes over and over? Denise Shull, a master decision coach from the ReThink Group, discusses why traders should think of their emotions as data in order to avoid repeating errors.

Published on
28 August, 2018
Topic
Psychology, Trading
Duration
8 minutes
Rating
10
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  • DR

    Daniel R.

    3 9 2018 20:19

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    Thank you Denise

  • DV

    Dimitri V.

    2 9 2018 13:47

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    She's wearing the same thing each time, leading one to believe it's all one long interview filmed awhile back. She's incredible. Any chance we can get the whole unedited interview?

  • CS

    CMC S.

    2 9 2018 06:24

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    Denise delivers valuable insights. In my experience there is a reason why an analyst isnt a trader. Most can identify a trading opportunity - investment theme etc but not many can consistently monetize their ideas. She is genius at unpacking and identifying the gremlins that can impact the quality of our decisions as discretionary traders. More Please.

  • LS

    Laurenz S.

    1 9 2018 23:30

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    I'm sorry guys - I tried to follow but this is incoherent rambling. Give her a white board next time?

  • fT

    forecast T.

    30 8 2018 03:36

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    Emotions ARE data, and they drive behavioral decisions. Id'ing impetus to a behavior will make you very thoughtful pertainin to which biases are coming and when, etc.

  • AA

    Ateet A.

    29 8 2018 12:50

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    Please keep having Denise on, she's terrific.

  • F

    Floyd .

    28 8 2018 21:38

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    Finally some honest discussion about how emotions affect decision making. Ms.Shull concentrated on the fear of being wrong but equally as detrimental is ego and arrogance in trading and investing.

  • my

    markettaker y.

    28 8 2018 17:41

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    The loud rock guitar at the end and beginning is REALLY offputting. Milton! Please. (great video otherwise.)