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    Default How Traders Can Become Their Own Trading Coaches

    A series of articles from trading psychologist, Brett Steenbarger

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    Advice is the only commodity on the market where the supply always exceeds the demand."

    - Unknown
    This appeared on a link from Bretts blog, to another blog, that quoted Brett.
    I quoted it, not necessarily as I agree, but, I did find it interesting as it did not differentiate, but was generic.

    In brief, I do read articles by Brett, but generally can't agree with his superficial & trivial handling of generally interesting topics. These articles are in the same light, a relevant, important, & interesting topic, but nothing that the individual can take away and use immediately.

    jog on

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    I became a fan of his after his article on Big Swinging Ticks. Irony and risque' double entendres' (sorta) were not what I expected from an academic.

    I like his articles, not because they are always right, but because they prompt some thought on these matters.

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