Market Mind Games has 46 ratings and 6 reviews. Terry said: Denise Shull is a neuroscientist and former trader. Given her background, I was expecting an. In Market Mind Games, Denise combines her years of study in neuroscience with her Denise Shull’s Market Mind Games is iconoclastic to say the very least!. Market Mind Games: Emotion, risk and market behaviors, by Denise K. Shull, M.A.
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Shull advocates treating feelings as data, and she convincingly argues that doing so eradicates the baffling question that repeats itself in our heads after making a poor investing decision: In fact, the only true thing we have to fear, at least when it comes to decision about uncertainty, is a complete lack of fear.
Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is the resource that generations of investors have turned to when they needed deeper insight into their own investing habits and those of others. New traders are greedy and have unrealistic expectations; Rich traders are realistic about their returns. Others who say they are experienced feel they have conquered their emotions, or are looking for a roadmap to controlling emotions.
I did learn from the book, but it did not live up to expectations. Get to Know Us. Edwin Lefevre Narrated by: For me, it offers insights into the “whys” of getting into and out of trades. I was hoping this book would be more practical. Feeling bad has informational value. Plus the writing style did not hold my interest.
Next she became a trader and trading desk manager while continuing to study biopsychology. Once I heard a man worth hundreds of millions of dollars talk about a bad month in his business. Had there been a good narrator I would have given it between 4 and 5 stars. Could everything we think we know about ourselves – intelligence and rationality versus emotion and irrationality – be wildly off the mark? He takes on the myths of the market and exposes them one by one teaching traders to look beyond random outcomes, to understand the true realities of risk, and to be comfortable with the “probabilities” of market movement that governs all market speculation.
Michael Butler Murray Length: For a change, it’s a rapid-reading book that will fascinate you. The book was good at discussing and illustrating some of the psychology of trading.
Publisher’s Summary What if the mystery of market crashes stems from a simple but total misunderstanding of our own minds? I am very pleased I took the time to really indulge myself in the material Denise offers. Get access to the Member Daily Deal.
Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk
If you have made one or a series of spectacularly stupid decisions, what else are you supposed to feel? These patterns acquired in childhood are forgotten and are instead acted out and repeated in life. What happens when ordinary people are taught a system to make extraordinary money?
For me, it provided many “aha” moments.
Market Mind Games (Audiobook) by Denise Shull |
Its painful listening to this book, i would return it but its not possible, i would rather read it, its like denose robotic voices on youtube. Her vision stems from the indisputable fact that human beings can’t make any decision at all without emotion and that emotion gets the first – and last – word when it comes to our perceptions and judgments. I try to talk myself out of being nervous but that generally never works.
I did not need to be convinced, I recognized the value in many of her ideas after watching her on YouTube. Just having an awareness that this happens, you can try to resolve as many contexts as you can and it will bring a new perspective and revolutionize your trading. Taylor Pearson rated it liked it Sep 05, With athletes and performers, we tend to naturally appreciate the whole body-mind continuum. What would be the first step?
Market Mind Games
The most predictive element of context is the feeling-emotional one, the fC or eC. It is reproduced not as a memory but as an action. An essential addition to every trader’s library. Kathy Lien, Boris Schlossberg Narrated by: Shull advocates treating feelings as data, and she convincingly argues that doing so eradicates the baffling question that repeats itself in our heads after making a poor investing decision: TradingEcology rated it really liked it Aug 01, Interviews with Top Traders.
How to Minf Trade for a Living: We feel like we have control over those behaviors but they keep popping back up periodically after we think we have moved forward which is extremely frustrating. He believes that successful trading is based on demise M’s: Why do I need to read a book on how to be a better trader if all it tells me is to stay healthy and get enough sleep?
Denise provides an in-depth understanding of how events and feelings impact our trading behavior in the stock market.