Trader Diagnosis’ Latest Thoughts

Here are some of the things I’ve been thinking about:

The two areas in trading that separate the men from the boys (so to speak) are:

1.) The ability to divide environmental perceptions in half and process them separately. First I ask myself what I am feeling and in doing so I acknowledge and honor the feelings […]

How to Leverage Emotion in Market Judgments

The thing is - all of this requires both a change in perspective and more importantly, putting the same effort into understanding your internal signals as you put into the ones the market is providing!

By |May 17th, 2009|Markets|8 Comments

Neuroecon 2008

A professor from Northwestern, Dr. Camelia Kuhnen, who was co-author on the 2005 study showing emotion circuits firing before “deliberative choice” circuits in a simulated stock/bond investing game invited me to this annual meeting of the Society of Neuroeconomics. All of the presentations and something called “poster sessions” review the very latest brain research – […]

By |September 27th, 2008|Emotions & Decisions|4 Comments