Tag Archive: Books

December 14, 2014

Lesson 5: Review and Tweak

Expanding on the piece “Seven Lessons That I’ve Learned” , here is a summary on Lesson 5 : Review and Tweak. We explore how you can improve your investing and trading by constantly trying to review your work and to get make a series of small changes — tweaks– that will add up to something big. Here’s the original article: […]

December 8, 2014

Lesson 4: The Interaction Between Process and Psychology

Expanding on the piece “Seven Lessons That I’ve Learned” , here is a summary on Lesson 4: The Interaction Between Process and Psychology. We explore how process and psychology interact, and what changes we can pursue in both our methodology and in our overall psychological state to invest and trade better Here’s the original article: http://www.smbtraining.com/blog/lesson-4-the-interaction-between-process-and-psychology

December 3, 2014

Lesson 3: You Need A Process of YOur Own

Expanding on the piece “Seven Lessons That I’ve Learned” , here is a summary on Lesson 3: You Need A Process of Your Own. It’s about how why we need a process for trading and investing, and why it has to be unique to us. In addition, most winning methodologies have several things in common, which I call the Basic […]

November 23, 2014

Lesson 2: Trading Is Peak Performance

Expanding on the piece “Seven Lessons That I’ve Learned” , here is a summary on Lesson 2: Trading Is Peak Performance. It’s about how being the best in the markets demands peak performance, and what we can do to achieve peak performance and building skill. Here’s the original article: http://www.smbtraining.com/blog/lesson-2-trading-is-peak-performance  

November 10, 2014

The Seven Lessons I’ve Learned

After years of being in the markets and writing about trading and investing, I’ve written a book to share some of my experiences. Here are seven lessons that I’ve learned along the way that I wanted to highlight http://www.smbtraining.com/blog/the-seven-lessons-ive-learned