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Market Mind Games

A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading, and Risk
Auteur(s): Denise Shull
Narrateur(s): Donna Postel
Durée: 7 h et 29 min
Catégories: Affaires, Commerce
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What if the mystery of market crashes stems from a simple but total misunderstanding of our own minds? Could everything we think we know about ourselves - intelligence and rationality versus emotion and irrationality - be wildly off the mark? Simply put: yes.

With these words, Denise Shull introduces her radical - and supremely rational - approach to risk. Her vision stems from the indisputable fact that human beings can't make any decision at all without emotion and that emotion gets the first - and last - word when it comes to our perceptions and judgments.

Shull should know. She started out managing major accounts for IBM and then chose to research unconscious emotional patterns instead of getting her MBA. Next she became a trader and trading desk manager while continuing to study biopsychology.

We are all taught that sidelining our emotions is the best way to make good decisions - Shull declares the converse: Emotions inform us. Attempting to control them actually increases the risks we take. Shull advocates treating feelings as data, and she convincingly argues that doing so eradicates the baffling question that repeats itself in our heads after making a poor investing decision: "What was I thinking?"

Through a series of lectures, Shull logically but engagingly connects emotions, beliefs, and context to our innate reaction to uncertainty and risk (yes, the two are different). In Market Mind Games, she merges more than 20 years of studying risk decisions into a single, astoundingly effective strategy.

A reasonable approach to emotion is the best and only way to win the investing game. The methods Shull details in Market Mind Games shake the foundation of conventional market and decision psychology. And, most important, they work.

©2012 McGraw-Hill (P)2012 McGraw-Hill Education

Ce que les critiques en disent

"Denise Shull wants us to get in touch with our feelings, not to beat our bare chests and utter primordial screams. Far from it - her techniques are focused on making more money." ( Financial Times)

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Psychology and Buddhism meet The Real World

The message here really resonated with me. Getting in touch with your feelings - the "negative" ones - is totally key to being able to deal with life's challenges. Hearing Denise apply it and use it with traders was great - if traders, who are stereotypically known as being "guy's guys" can work with this learning then anyone can! I like the acronym RAIN for this practice - Recognize, Acknowledge, Investigate and Nurture. When you're not performing as you'd like follow this practice to feel your feelings and allow them to be. Learn to love them - they aren't the enemy, stuffing them down is! Thanks Denise Shull! #Audible1

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way too wordy....waste of time

way too wordy....waste of time. need to be more concise and get to the point.

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  • Aaron
  • 2018-02-21

Decent content, horrible reading!!

The book was good at discussing and illustrating some of the psychology of trading. The reader droned on and on like a computer! I wanted the content so I suffered through, but did not make for an enjoyable listen. Had there been a good narrator I would have given it between 4 and 5 stars. The reader gets a 0!!!

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  • Tom Maslowski
  • 2017-06-03

Not very practical

I was hoping this book would be more practical. it's not, and therefore I'm disappointed. This book is too academic, and the author tries to convince the reader of her ideas. I did not need to be convinced, I recognized the value in many of her ideas after watching her on YouTube.

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  • John Simon
  • 2019-07-30

Emo Trader

No, that’s not a late 90s punk band from Chicago, but the undergirding and buttressing notion of this phenomenal book. If we better understand ourselves and strengthen our emotional intelligence we can improve our perception of others and therefore hone in on the ebb and flow of the unpredictable human construct that is the Market.

If you want to tame uncertainty, connect to your emotional self, as this fractal of you dictates how you operate in the real world.

A truly inspiring book, thank you Denise, I look forward to applying the lessons learned here to my monied, creative, and everyday selves.

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  • Wacko Jacko
  • 2017-06-24

Deep work

Probably the best trading psychology book I've read. It's opened up some emotional contexts deep inside that i have suppressed and has provided tools to work with them.

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  • DBO
  • 2018-07-04

Reader sounds like a robot...

The reading is so bad that I couldn't get through chapter 1. Try a different reading of you must.

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  • andmif
  • 2016-05-12

extremely bad reading.

the content of the book is interesting, but the reading quality is bad. this sounds like computer reading transcript. hence 3 stars for performance.

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  • Dan Holland
  • 2019-11-13

Fantastic

This is an incredible book for anyone who is extremely pragmatic; especially those who deal with rapid decision making under heavy pressure. This book uses market traders to offer insight into connecting your emotions and intuition with hard data sets. The techniques and insight in this book allow you to make decisions and assess risk while factoring in the context of your emotions and intuition in a healthy transparent manner. The perspective this book provides is extremely valuable.

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  • Cheezus Christ
  • 2019-10-05

This is the most dry book I have ever listened to.

Or read. And I read dalios debt crisis book from beginning to end.

Why is it dry? The content is very valuable but getting insights into it is impossible because you're trying 1) get over the academic tone of the writing, 2) get over the narrators voice. It sounds like it was done by a Google Wavenet. This needs to be listened to eight times to get adequate value from the book.

It's not because it's written or narrated by women, I've read and listened to thinking in bets, for example, which is both written and narrated by women.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-10-03

Not bad but it could've been better.

I'm tempted to rate it four stars because the content is definitely promising. however the presentation is lacking. the fact that the information is presented in a matter of telling a story takes away from an overall I have to say I actually preferred the last chapter the most.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-09-06

did not help

this book did not help. was not what I was looking for. did not finish.