Market Mind Games has 44 ratings and 6 reviews. Terry said: Denise Shull is a neuroscientist and former trader. Given her background, I was expecting an. Written by Denise Shull, Audiobook narrated by Donna Postel. Sign-in to download and listen to this audiobook today! First time visiting Audible? Get this book. Market Mind Games is a book about the mindset of trading. Conveniently, the author offers her own summary which I’ll paraphrase with some adaptations.

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Most of the concepts in this book are poorly explained, and the liberties the author takes are almost completely incoherent. I wanted the content so I suffered through, but did not make for an enjoyable listen. Based upon extensive research and practical application in the matket world of the trading floor, TraderMind includes methods, tactics and techniques to build and enhance awareness and insight, which help manage thoughts and emotions and maximize trading performance.

Market performance emerges from owning the need to always be improving our judgment. Mindset is just something we have to continually pursuing in this game. To quote Jennifer Lerner of Harvard: The book overall is kind of juicy.

Even NFL players confront relentless anxiety. Denise Shull is the author of Market Mind Gamesa game-changer in how we think about anything that seems risky. Reminiscences of mar,et 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. Trend Following reveals the truth about a trading snull that makes money in up, down, and surprise markets.

As you become more and more comfortable with using an awareness of all that you are feeling — on a physical as well as emotional level — you will find that you make fewer poor decisions.


This site uses cookies. Ask what the other people in the story were feeling or what it seemed like they were feeling. As an active trader and a coach of traders in hedge funds, proprietary trading groups, and investment bank settings, author Brett Steenbarger has helped others see the personal assets they have possessed all along: Even though it is. This is a book about the mindset of trading. Call it the FAD or fear, anxiety, and doubt spectrum.

Horrible robotic reading Its painful listening to this book, i would return it but its not possible, i would rather read it, its like those robotic voices on youtube.

Most people would try to remind themselves about reality, right? From that list, pick three that stand out from the rest.

Book Review of Market Mind Games by Denise Shull | Journeys of a Bumbling Trader

Stage 2 is refining the snowmobile. Leaning into the feelings or fully experiencing them without any judgment about whether they are the right way to feel or whether you want to feel that way has this ironic effect of disrupting the feeling. Michael Butler Murray Length: Evidently, the visual cortex needs the context of emotional meaning to turn shapes, colors, etc.

Being well-rested is an edge. Furthermore, if you manage to eenise strategy of psychological capital and leverage, denisr you will have your signal to take a break before you even get a chance for the second loss. More importantly why we make the same mistakes over and over.

Book Review of Market Mind Games by Denise Shull

Poor narration I had to order this book in hardcopy, the narrator of this book can basically be substituted with a machine, so mechanical. I try to talk myself out of being marekt but that generally never works. It then provides you with a rock-solid trading system designed to take full advantage of your emotional assets. The simple act of acknowledging it, which by definition occurs when you are writing it down, will actually provide some protection from the destructive and gamfs acting out of feelings that you thought you were supposed to control.


This is simply not possible. Book ReviewsTrading. In the audiobook, I describe the fundamentals of day trading, explain how day trading is different from other styles of trading and investment, and elaborate on important trading strategies that many traders use every day.

Literally, your mind has more contextual details to make a judgment call about what the next play will be.

Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk by Denise Shull

When the thing you need to do, get out or walk away, seems to be literally the hardest thing to do, you can be assured that what you are feeling has a fractal component. This book is too academic, and the author tries to convince the reader of her ideas. Apple appears to be done for. It’s the marekt that conveys the meaning of something.

Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk

If you get a psychological injury, e. The brain relies on context to fill in the blanks when it is making a decision about something imprecise.

Model the relative prices of tech stocks to say banks or big cap tech stocks to a certain type of economy. You spend almost all of your time monitoring price action, right?