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Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 1 gen 2012

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Denise Shull founded ReThink Group, a risk and performance advisory consulting firm. A globally recognized trailblazer, she combines insights from 25 years in the real world of markets, neuroeconomics, and psychodynamic psychology into a radical theory that gets rave reviews. A former member of CME Group, today she belongs to the Association for Psychological Science, the Society for Neuroeconomics, and the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society.

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12 di 12 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent book in understanding the behavior of markets 6 marzo 2014
Di Aslan - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Most traders, whether novice or experienced, at some point deal with the emotions of trading and investing. Novices will shrug off the psychology of trading as not being important. Others who say they are experienced feel they have conquered their emotions, or are looking for a roadmap to controlling emotions. Those who truly want to make themselves and their trading business truly better will embrace the concepts in this book. I approached the book with a good bit of skepticism. As I delved into it, I was most pleased with the way Denise weaved fictional characters into the presentation of her material. It has long been established that traders must control their emotions. Yet, Denise presents the fact that we are emotional beings and controlling emotions is difficult if not impossible. However, by embracing our emotions and understanding our emotions, instead of ignoring them, we can cross a divide that increases the probability of success in the investment world. In fact, I have taken the principles offered in the book and have applied them to other areas of my life only to find increasing benefits. Most people look for an answer, a technique, or whatever they feel will bring them success in trading. The answer, as described in the book, is really in understanding our own emotions when approaching the markets. Since reading the book, not only has my trading improved dramatically but, after years of trying to control emotions, I allow them to reveal themselves, in trading and in other areas of life. This has given me more complete understanding of how I interpret information coming from the market and what emotions drive me to enter, exit or stand aside. This is an excellent book. I urge anyone who reads it to take time with it and think through it carefully. After reading the first couple of chapters, I found myself reading, contemplating the material, applying it to my own trading and then moving on. I am very pleased I took the time to really indulge myself in the material Denise offers.
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Awesome book !!! 9 dicembre 2013
Di Mahesh B Reddy - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is a great book. For me, it provided many "aha" moments. For ex., when I read about emotional and feeling context, I have a new perspective into why it is so difficult to just trade your plan. You just cannot "will" yourself into being disciplined because your actions are based on very deep experiences from before but also on the present context. The previous trade or trades always have an impact and leave a mark. That mark is sometimes on the subconscious level and not readily in your awareness. When you are in that situation, your decision making process is affected to the point where you cannot fully trade to your plan. 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. Just a couple of weeks after reading the book, I have begun to approach my trading slightly differently. But, that slight difference sometimes is all you need to go from a losing or breakeven trader to a profitable trader. I also liked the concept of fractal-emotional context which explains why it so difficult to change some of your problem trading behaviors. All of us have a couple of them and they are a constant challenge. 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. Figuring out your fractal-emotional contexts could give you deep insights into some of the most persistent challenges you've been experiencing as a trader. This book is definitely a game-changer.
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Ahead of its time 9 agosto 2013
Di John Netto - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Denise Shull's literary efforts as both a practitioner and author to introduce the concept of intuitive, or behavioral, alpha is so revolutionary, it may be a decade or two ahead of its time.

In spanning 50 years of alternative investment history, one sees clear regimes dominating. AW Jones, the now revered Patriarch of hedging, revolutionized the games in the `60's with a basic long/short portfolio. The `70's brought the incipient use of computers, trend following and mutual funds for the masses. The `80's and `90's elevated global-macro managers to rock star status. The dawn of the 21st commoditized the traditional liquidity providing roles into decimals on electronic venues. As we approach the middle of this decade, a re-shuffling of the computer's role is again emerging.

So how will history judge the pioneers of investment innovation for the next 10 years? After reading Market Mind Games, harnessing one's inner-alpha seems like the next logical step in this chronology of cutting edge approaches. While many would argue the markets are becoming more dehumanized, Shull's contention justifiably posits an untapped reservoir of alpha sits at most traders' disposal, given the right commitment and effort to draw from it.

The book has a number of compelling facets to it. Along with deconstructing the neuroscience involved in a trader's brain, she weaves in real-world anecdotes to help illustrate the lessons which readers should carry and implement immediately into their trading. Even more importantly, the book is replete with assertions that bust a number of long held beliefs about how traders should manage risk, quantify emotions, and approach the markets.

As a discretionary, short-term macro catalyst trader, the information shared in this book resonated with me in such a profound way, it facilitated a major recalibration of how I review and contextualize my market analysis and execution. Extrapolating out Shull's findings and suggestions, it felt good to see she reinforced some of the things I am doing already, while I also learned some of the triggers to my own trading shortcomings.
Shulls writing style, choice of content, and instructional method strikes the right balance of stimulating those passionate about the market, while not talking down to the reader. It's a hard balance to strike and she does it nicely.

I am confident in the coming months and years we will hear about more billion-dollar funds retaining the services of individuals like Ms. Shull to get as much out of their traders and portfolio managers' P and L as possible. Oftentimes the most obvious solution to a problem rests right in front of us...
5.0 su 5 stelle I've read sections of this book many times and my trading results have ben greatly improved and my enjoyment of trading has also 10 marzo 2017
Di Kindle Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This is not a book to be read once and put on the shelf. This is a book to read and re-read over and over until the ground breaking concepts presented here sink in to your mind and become second nature. I've read sections of this book many times and my trading results have ben greatly improved and my enjoyment of trading has also expanded immensely. This is a must read for anyone who is serious about improving their bottom line when it coms to trading the markets.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Probably not for you 4 ottobre 2015
Di Maceo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
You're looking for a solution that will guarantee you profits. Too bad that doesn't exist... and, even worse for you, you refuse to believe it doesn't exist.

So... you jump from book to book, course to course, hoping to - finally - get that one secret thing the good traders have been hiding from you.

Since this book provides a science-backed, practical, solution to your real problem, you'll hate it. You'll probably leave a three star review, if one at all, never trying any of the simple (yet effective) tasks to improve your odds of making money trading.

Soldier on intrepid speculator! Perhaps, one day, you'll return to begin your real education.