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Short form audio discussing life as a trader. My focus will be on how to think, how to learn from mistakes, and how trading relates to so much more than the markets. I will also do some self reflection on my own journey. I’ll bring up market setups, lessons from trading, and trends I’m seeing. I will speak on cryptos, stocks, futures, and certain evolving situations. My goal is to have the content be timeless so listeners can get value regardless of when they tune in.
Brad Jelinek and Brent Nord met in Chicago in 2002 while being hired by International Trading Group. This is a paid podcast discussing different setups we have traded or may trade in the market. We will focus on explaining the psychological and technical components behind the setups.
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Brent and I discuss the specifics on how the market bottomed today and how/why we were anticipating the potential for it earlier in the day. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss how the big tech names were holding down the market today while the rest of the market was more healthy. Once those names stopped bleeding the stage was set for a rally. I also talk about what I think we can expect from here. --- Send in a voice message:…
Close friend and mentor Brent Nord and I discuss a variety of trading topics: the emotional grind, risk management, life balance after the markets close and a future premium podcast offering. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss the post CPI trade today and how I felt it offered good opportunity based on what I described in yesterday‘s podcast about the potential participation in the market after the number failed to hold the rally as everyone expected. --- Send in a voice message:…
I discuss a Twitter stupid news trade and go through some of the reasons why I did the trade. I also discussed today’s CPI report and how I used the positioning to trade the S&P futures from the short side. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss how the Tesla news this morning about dividends and stock buybacks presented a stupid news shorting opportunity in Rivian. More importantly it’s about learning how to think and look for these things. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss the book Breathe by Rickson Gracie and the parallels it has to trading. The surviving versus winning mentality, cross pollination with other artists and attention to the most mundane details in your craft. --- Send in a voice message:
Today I talk about Ted Williams the historic baseball player, how he broke down the strike zone in order to bat .400 and what you can do with your trading to take a similar approach. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss my thinking around risk management for discretionary traders after finishing my Trading Bible by Ritchie. We talk about the difference between systematic and discretionary risk management and how I handle things. --- Send in a voice message:
I have found a way to avoid taking a break for most of my career. There is an excuse around every corner. I’m going to move forward in a different way. --- Send in a voice message:
I talk about some well repeated characteristics of good traders and discuss how I sometimes don’t have a lot of them yet something is working for me. Could that be the same for you? Don’t box yourself in and get attached to what you’re supposed to be instead of what you are. --- Send in a voice message:…
I discuss a recent sequence of trades and how I made some mistakes with my sizing and I also talk about a potential pain podcast to gauge interest. --- Send in a voice message:
I talk about diving into things that make you neglectful as a way to stay curious. When you don’t understand something or you want to dismiss something it’s often one of the biggest opportunities. Start focusing on using this to your advantage. --- Send in a voice message:…
I discuss the difference between being in a state of curiosity and being in a state where you’re forcing yourself to work and how that might not feel very good. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss the role sizing plays in your success. I talk about different sizing strategies I use and how it can help you build beyond what you thought was possible.--- Send in a voice message:
A few details on my website going down and where you can listen online. Then we get into judging yourself based on what you were trying to accomplish versus what you used to be doing and the important distinction between them.--- Send in a voice message:
I give an example of how to build your trading network through somebody I’m currently working with. I also discuss why it’s so important and a few tips you can use to do it for yourself. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss the balance between being an old trader while also listening to new traders. We also get into making sure you keep fresh ideas when things change versus protecting a character that doesn’t need protecting. --- Send in a voice message:
I discuss a little bit about what I’m trading now and then we get into the stories we tell ourselves and how they can build a character that we try to protect, which may not be helping us grow. I have learned this in my transition to try to trade a little bit of a longer time frame and how I was leaving behind a lot of what I was best at. I’m now l…
I get into detail about how to manage your trading size when what you were doing no longer works and you have to adapt to a different market. --- Send in a voice message:
I answer three of a listeners questions. Do discretionary traders have an edge? Should I stick with what I understand or pick something that fits my hours? If I’m struggling is it a poor choice of markets or is it me?--- Send in a voice message:
I cover a lot of different topics on this episode. I discuss the anguish of selling too soon. I talk about dealing with conflict in voices in your head. I also talk about the current extreme political and social landscape and how it relates to the market. And we talk about exercise. --- Send in a voice message:…
I talk about the energetic price to pay for chasing what is currently working but may not be aligned with where you want to go. Should you do it? The answer is maybe it depends. --- Send in a voice message:
You may spend 90% of the time in a parade going 5 mph and only 5% of the time parked and the last 5% of the time kicking ass on the highway. Learning this balance is very important to your trading success. --- Send in a voice message:
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