Psychological Capital

Solve that Cleveland Sports Curse

UPDATE June 20, 2016: I am SO glad the Cavs won! Thrilled. Elated. Vindicated. Ecstatic. Relieved. Joyous. Shocked… not necessarily in that order. Maybe someday I will get to interview LeBron about the cycle of emotions he experienced and used to create this incredible historic victory!

UPDATE June 17, 2016: This time I stayed until the […]

Trading Truisms that are really “Trading ‘Psychology-isms”

Here’s a few –

Plan the trade, trade the plan.

3 losers in a row and stop for the day.

Make just $500 ($5000, $50,000) every day.

Control your emotions.

Each one of these is really about the mental game of trading. But each and every one reduces your odds of being a successful trader.

1. Markets are uncertain and human […]

By |September 20th, 2012|Learning Psych Cap, Risk Decisions, Trading Education|0 Comments

A Real Trader Writes about Working His Psychological Capital

Dear Denise,

I hope you are well and that your book is coming along nicely. I haven’t written in awhile, but I’ve been having quite a time with the Access course. When I began, I made steady progress through the first four or five chapters, and my trading was improving as well, though I didn’t feel […]

By |March 2nd, 2011|Comfort Food, Emotion Analytics, Learning Psych Cap|0 Comments

My Journey to Self-awareness, by JON

I knew I needed emotional help the day I became so angry that I punched my bedroom door, stomped down the stairs, and kicked over a living room end table—shocking my wife and two boys, and, most of all, myself. I’ve always been known as the “laid back, non-emotional German from Minnesota.” I was […]

By |June 7th, 2010|Learning Psych Cap, Trading Education, Worth Reading|1 Comment