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“If you are trying to solve the unsolvable, stop. Read this first and you will learn that the surest path to success will be to start with yourself; solve that conundrum and challenges like understanding how you do and should react to markets will come to be solvable.”
—Marvin Zonis, Professor Emeritus, Booth School of Business, The University of Chicago
“When it comes to fast-moving global financial markets, professional investors strive to evaluate complex economic conditions from data analysis, economic reasoning, and professional judgment. This is what is taught in business schools. Denise Shull demonstrates how investment decision making is also determined by unconscious emotions and perceptions. Market Mind Games is a fascinating book that proposes a new and unexpected hypothesis about the factors that drive financial decision-making.”
—A.G. Malliaris, Professor of Economics and Finance, Loyola University Chicago
“Denise Shull’s gem of a book is long overdue. . . .[Market Mind Games] has made the ability to analyze and overcome our unconscious biases and prejudices available to everyone.”
—Dr. Donald T. Wargo, Department of Economics, Temple University
“Market Mind Games is iconoclastic to say the very least! Pay attention to the last word in the subtitle: risk. This book will change your perspective on how to approach and think about the markets and your life!”
—Michael J. Levas, Founder, Senior Managing Principal, and Director of Trading, Olympian Capital Management, LLC
“Denise changes the way you look at yourself and investing. Her insights and methods are necessary to succeed in the markets, period.”
—Jared Levy, Portfolio Manager and author of Your Options Handbook
“Market Mind Games offers a new school of trading psychology. Truly an important work that needs to be on the bookshelf of every serious market participant.”
—Mike Bellafiore, author of One Good Trade
“Masterful explanation of not only why emotionless trading is a myth, but how we can take advantage of our natural wiring to gain an edge.”
—Derek Hernquist, Chief Investment Officer, Integrative Capital, LLC
“Shull details ways to learn how you ‘feel’ before you ‘act’ so that your buy, sell, or hold decisions become more successful.”
—E. Bernstein, OPUS Trading
“A must-read for those who want to make their livelihood as a professional investor, trader, or algorithmic trading developer.”
—Larry Tabb, founder and CEO, Tabb Group
“Denise Shull enlightens the reader how to effectively unlock one’s psychological capital and translate that awareness into clear and concise investment decisions.”
—Grant Mashek, Managing Member, Palm Equity, LLC
“Shull’s book is not only a great read but lays out an entirely more effective approach to thinking about any decision that involves the unknown—market related or not.”
—Leslie Shaw, Ph.D., Behavioral Economics, and trained psychoanalyst
- Publication Date : December 30, 2011
- File Size : 1659 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 289 pages
- Publisher : McGraw-Hill Education; 1st Edition (December 30, 2011)
- ASIN : B006L6AVLU
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #163,489 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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At best, it regurgitates already known psychological truths that were brought to light decades before this text.
At it's worse, it's a perfect example of someone who wants to sound legitimate by purposefully writing in an obfuscated, jargon filled, philosophical manner that lends itself poorly to it's purpose. I caught myself literally saying out loud, "Dude, get to the point already" or "What in the...is she talking about"?
I'm not much of a grammar geek, but when someone tries this hard I become so critical so as to point out every grammatical error and believe it or not, there are many.
I'd say the best part of the book is the catchy cover, outside that, it's not worth a look.
I'll update the review after I have done the necessary work that the author recommends, but this is the first book I've read in a while with a significant amount of actionable information in it and I can't wait to get started applying it.
Insipid Trash Trading Novel.
Bravo for getting it published! Can't wait for the sequel - will make a marvelous summer movie for the kids.
So... you jump from book to book, course to course, hoping to - finally - get that one secret thing the good traders have been hiding from you.
Since this book provides a science-backed, practical, solution to your real problem, you'll hate it. You'll probably leave a three star review, if one at all, never trying any of the simple (yet effective) tasks to improve your odds of making money trading.
Soldier on intrepid speculator! Perhaps, one day, you'll return to begin your real education.
Top reviews from other countries
20% strategy, 80% psychology!
If your serious about trading this is a must read for traders of any experience!
The key concept in this actually redefines what you’ve read in probably every other trading book...control your emotions.
In a way it brings in some of the concepts similar to mindfulness, feel the feelings but don’t become the emotion. Witness it, analyze it and release it.
After reading this I guarantee you’ll think about the way you trade from a different viewpoint, who knew that your childhood experiences would be reflected in your trading!