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- Publisher: Shelfless; 1.00 edition (October 30, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 30, 2015
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These points are aptly emphasized by discussions about mistakes and biases we subconsciously follow even when we know that they're wrong or unhelpful. With evolutionary hardwiring, physiological & social necessities as the background for his thesis, Mr Walsh provides simple, practical hacks that will help you tweak your outlook in useful ways and help you become a better trader.
The best part of this book is that the author doesn't use tons of pages to convey his point. You get to know everything there is to know about trading psychology within an hour or so of reading (which is how long it takes to read this book). That in itself is a commendable achievement.
Do yourself a favor, don't buy this book. Get "The Brain" and "Incognito" by David Eagleman, "Impulses" by David Lewis... those are ACTUAL neuroscientists and their books will prove more insightful in many ways than this worthless "collage".