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Trading Psychology 2.0: From Best Practices to Best Processes (Wiley Trading) di [Steenbarger, Brett N.]
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Practical trading psychology insight that can be put to work today

Trading Psychology 2.0 is a comprehensive guide to applying the science of psychology to the art of trading. Veteran trading psychologist and bestselling author Brett Steenbarger offers critical advice and proven techniques to help interested traders better understand the markets, with practical takeaways that can be implemented immediately. Academic research is presented in an accessible, understandable, engaging way that makes it relevant for practical traders, and examples, illustrations, and case studies bring the ideas and techniques to life. Interactive features keep readers engaged and involved, including a blog offering ever-expanding content, and a Twitter feed for quick tips. Contributions from market bloggers, authors, and experts bring fresh perspectives to the topic, and Steenbarger draws upon his own experience in psychology and statistical modeling as an active trader to offer insight into the practical aspect of trading psychology.

Trading psychology is one of the few topics that are equally relevant to day traders and active investors, market makers and portfolio managers, and traders in different markets around the globe. Many firms hire trading coaches, but this book provides a coach in print, accessible 24/7 no matter what the market is doing.

  • Understand the research at the core of trading psychology
  • Examine the ways in which psychology is applied in real-world trading
  • Implement practical tips immediately to see first-hand results
  • Gain the perspective and insight of veteran traders who apply these techniques daily

While markets may differ in scale, scope, and activity, humans remain human, with all the inherent behavioral tendencies. Studying the market from the human perspective gives traders insight into how human behavior drives market behavior. Trading Psychology 2.0 gives traders an edge, with expert guidance and practical advice.

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Trading Psychology 2.0 is a comprehensive guide to applying the science of psychology to the art of trading in a dynamic and evolving marketplace. Filled with new, research–based insights and practical approaches, this hands–on resource is written by the acclaimed trading psychologist and bestselling author Brett Steenbarger. He offers a wealth of proven techniques and best practices that can help traders and investors take advantage of the emerging science of positive psychology.

Written in down–to–earth terms, Trading Psychology 2.0 shows how traders can move beyond the usual focus on discipline and emotional control to the broader context of sustaining peak performance. The author shows how to achieve trading success with an ABCD focus: Adapting to market changes; Building social, emotional, cognitive, and personality strengths; Cultivating creativity; and Developing best practices across each facet of trading. Steenbarger also reveals how to ramp up your investing skills by developing best practices across seven essential activities research, idea generation, trade structuring, position risk management, portfolio risk management, self management, and performance management. Success, he suggests, comes from turning those best practices into robust best processes.

Trading Psychology 2.0 is filled with illustrative examples and case studies that bring the author′s ideas and techniques to life. It is the first text to tap into the new field of positive psychology and help traders understand and build upon their strengths.

Many investment and trading firms hire coaches to maximize their edge in the marketplace. They realize the benefits in having an expert mentor. With Trading Psychology 2.0, traders can gain insights and skills that will help them creatively adapt to changing markets and leverage their distinctive strengths.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 433
  • Numeri di pagina fonte ISBN: 1118936817
  • Editore: Wiley; 1 edizione (31 agosto 2015)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
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49 di 52 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle 15 Insights from Trading Psychology 2.0 24 settembre 2015
Di Ivaylo - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I made so many highlights on Trading Psychology 2.0 that my kindle copy looks like a Christmas tree. I find it deeply insightful, eye-opening and a great source of fresh ideas on how to bridge the gap between where we are today and where we would like to be - not only in trading but in life.

Trading Psychology 2.0 is based on four major themes: Adapting to changing markets; Building strengths; Cultivating creativity; and Developing best practices and processes. Here are fifteen interesting quotes from the book:

1. Discipline, while necessary for success, is never sufficient. Discipline does not substitute for skill, talent, and insight. Strict, disciplined adherence to mediocre plans can only lock in mediocre results. If it were otherwise, there would be no losing automated trading systems.

2. It is not enough to find an “edge” in financial markets; as any tech entrepreneur can attest, competitive advantages are perishable commodities. Those who sustain success continually renew themselves, uncovering fresh sources of competitive advantage. That requires processes for assessing and challenging our most basic assumptions and practices. It takes a good trader to create success, a great one to recreate it. Nothing is quite as difficult— and rewarding— as letting go of what once worked, returning to the humble status of student, and arising phoenix-like from performance ashes.

3. This productivity is readily apparent on a day-to-day, week-to-week basis: The greats simply get more done than their colleagues. They organize their time and prioritize their activities so that they are both efficient (get a lot done per unit of time) and effective (get the right things done). How much time do we typically waste as traders, staring unthinkingly at screens, chatting with people who offer little insight, and reading low-priority/ information-poor emails and reports? The successful traders invariably are workhorses, not showhorses: They get their hands dirty rooting through data and make active use of well-cultivated information networks.

4. Successful traders I've known work as hard on themselves as on markets. They develop routines for keeping themselves in ideal states for making trading decisions, often by optimizing their lives outside of markets.

5. This, for me as a psychologist, has been one of the greatest surprises working with professional money managers: The majority of traders fail, not because they lack needed psychological resources but because they cannot adapt to what Victor Niederhoffer refers to as “ever-changing cycles.” Their frustration is a result of their rigid trading, not the primary cause. No psychological exercises, in and of themselves, will turn business around for the big-box retailer that fails to adapt to online shopping or the gaming company that ignores virtual reality. The discipline of sticking to one's knitting is destined for failure if it is not accompanied by equally rigorous processes that ensure adaptive change.

6. Routine is necessary for efficiency; breaking routine is necessary for adaptation.

7. We often refer to trading as if it's a single activity. Trading, however, is like medicine: a broad set of activities and specialties. A psychiatrist is a physician; so is a surgeon, and so is a radiologist. The skills required for each are very different. So it is in financial markets. Market making is very different from global macro portfolio management— and both are quite different from the trading of options volatility.

8. In an important sense, people never change: Instead, they find fresh ways to express the core motivations that define their life themes. Solution-focused coaching works to the degree that it catalyzes those fresh expressions of who we already are.

9. We commonly hear portfolio managers worry about “style drift.” But it is precisely style that must drift if we're to adapt to markets. It is substance— the essence of our core motivations— that must remain intact.

10.Discipline is great for doing more of what works. When the status quo no longer works, however, adaptability becomes the new discipline.

11. Skilled traders I have worked with have similarly been different traders in different markets. Will they express their views through currency markets or fixed income? Will they hold for a longer-term move or tactically take profits to benefit from market chop? The good traders find multiple ways to win. How different that is from the newbie whose decision making is limited to a few mechanical chart “setups”!

12. If we were to investigate the daily P& L of an emotionally intelligent trader, we would find occasions of trading actively and occasions of standing back. We would see periods of high-risk taking and periods of caution. All markets are not created equal: Some bring more opportunity, some less. The self-aware trader knows when “it's my market” and goes into opportunity-seeking mode. That same trader knows when “it's not my market” and preserves capital.

13. A small win is a small mirror. It reflects a winning image to us. Accumulate enough small wins and that winning image starts to become familiar. We internalize that which we experience repeatedly. That's one of the reasons positive emotional experience is important....People I've known who are particularly adaptive have made small wins a habit pattern. They undertake many new challenges and regularly define meaningful, doable goals. They set themselves up for success. Positivity becomes a habit, a lifestyle, making the whole issue of discipline moot.

14. Perfectionism drains energy. It does not inspire performance; it turns inspired performance into something “not good enough.” The idea of small wins means that your focus should not be on perfection, but on improvement.

15. Many of our actions in the heat of battle are more biologically than logically driven.
13 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle One of my favorite trading writers, but not his best book 24 ottobre 2015
Di Jackal - Pubblicato su
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Steenbarger is a psychologist who dabbles in trading, If you have an analytical bent and want to understand your trading better, you should just read all four of his books. I like how Steenbarger often ties his writing to research within the broad field of psychology. That is why I said that you need an analytic bent to enjoy this book. There are lots of interesting ideas in it that are not really that developed. You can consider it a source book of not so tested ideas. This is meant as a compliment.

If you are new to the author, start by reading hisThe Daily Trading Coach: 101 Lessons for Becoming Your Own Trading Psychologist. Then you can move onto the current book. Since the current book is his fourth on the same topic I would definitely not start by reading it.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Brett is super respected in the industry - really excellent book 8 novembre 2016
Di Alexander G. Good - Pubblicato su
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This is one of the most informationally dense books that I've read on the subject of trading - it's a bit inaccurate to call it "Psychology", it's more about continuous success processes for ever changing markets. Brett is super respected in the industry - really excellent book, strongly recommend.
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2.0 su 5 stelle Failure at editing best practices 13 maggio 2017
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su
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Who at Wiley let this 415 page book go to press without a detailed table of contents or at least a decent index. Accessing the content is a chore. Stick with the authors former offering on enhancing trader performance.
11 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle this book is chock full of good stuff. As a retail trader 2 ottobre 2015
Di Ben - Pubblicato su
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as always, nothing but top notch content from Brett. I'm giving this one 4 stars however, because the content in this book is clearly geared more for his professional clients, managing large business and accounts. Many of the tips are very interesting in a professional setting, rather than a small one man shop. If you are a RIA or CFP, this book is chock full of good stuff. As a retail trader, after the first third, the book started losing fidelity for me in 'i could use this' info. Most of the retail/daytrader info is covered in prior books in better detail, and summed up with "take your trading seriously, keep records and treat it like a business". I will preorder every book brett writes, and i read every post on his blog, and so should you.
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