In his first book, The Psychology of Trading, Dr. Steenbarger provided a framework for understanding and overcoming the mental obstacles to successful trading. Now, in Enhancing Trader Performance, he goes a step further and shows you how to transform talent into trading skill through a structured process of expertise development.
Straightforward and accessible, this comprehensive guide:
When you enhance your performance as a trader, you replace a small piece of randomness with intention. This enables you to make more informed trading decisions as you make your way through today's dynamic markets. Filled with in-depth insights, practical advice, solid research, and detailed examples, Enhancing Trader Performance offers an innovative approach to market mastery.
"Brett Steenbarger gives traders the best tool to improve their own trading: a look into themselves. By setting up a quantifiable, positive learning system, Brett allows anyone, from experienced fund managers to beginner traders, to maximize individual potential."
—Larry Connors, CEO, Tradingmarkets.com
"Brett proves that mental toughness CAN be learned and hits the nail on the head when applying performance theory to trading! He shows how classic topics, such as the consistency and habits built from day-to-day routines to the importance of positive self-talk, can be applied to the abstract arena of the markets. Traders of all levels will be inspired by these strategies for performance enhancement in their journey towards mastery."
—Linda Raschke, LBRGroup, Inc.
"Successful traders know that winning has less to do with technical knowledge and more to do with understanding yourself, pinpointing your strategy and process, and implementing it in a consistent, disciplined manner. Enhancing Trader Performance shows that your personal success lies at the intersection of your talents, skills, and opportunities. Brett guides you toward identifying your talents, developing your skills, and applying both as opportunities arise. For anyone interested in improving their trading, reading this book may be one of the best trades you ever make."
—Jim Dalton, trader, coauthor of Mind Over Markets and Markets in Profile, and Senior Vice President and Director (Retired), ICS Integrated Products and Research, UBS Financial Services Inc.
"The one statement in the book that stands out, 'You cannot have trading consistency if you do not have emotional consistency,' says it all. This book must be read, and reread, if you want to succeed in the trading arena."
—Ken Wood, "Woodie" of www.woodiescciclub.com
This is one of the best, if not the best, book on the psychology of trading I have ever read. I hope that the author, instead of trying to write a new book with a new approach,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by B. Traven
I have been in finance for 25 years, including being a stockbroker. This book is written in very easy language that gives simple solutions to the common pitfalls of trading. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Dee A.
Another trading psychology book which describes the psychological problems of trading but fails to give actionable strategies a trader can put in place straight away to improve... Read morePublished 17 months ago by LR Thomas
To benefit from this book you must first have a trading system. The author's objective is to show you how to improve the results of any trading strategy using risk reduction... Read morePublished 19 months ago by William Connors
Brett's other books are quite good; however, this is my favorite pick of the stress is it is the most actionable of the lot if you're already a trader who has been in the markets... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Varun
Summary from my full length review - An introduction in utilizing psychology to enhance one's trading performance. Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by Lawrence Chan
A year ago I've read Brett Steenbarger his first book The Psychology of Trading: Tools and Techniques for Minding the Markets which immediately became one of my favorite books on... Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Straddle1985
I couldn't sleep tonight so I decided to read this book. Steenbarger is an excellent writer and can definitely tell a good story, but the problem is, and it's a large one, it's... Read morePublished on October 21, 2011 by Theoni Lussos