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Publisher Description

Seize the advantage in every trade using your greatest asset—“psychological capital”!

When it comes to investing, we're usually taught to “conquer” our emotions. Denise Shull sees it in reverse: We need to use our emotions.

Combining her expertise in neuroscience with her extensive trading experience, Shull seeks to help you improve your decision making by navigating the shifting relationships among reason, analysis, emotion, and intuition. This is your “psychological capital”—and it's the key to making decisions calmly and rationally during the heat of trading.

Market Mind Games explains the basics of neuroscience in language you understand, which is the first tool you need to manage the emotional ups and downs of the trading. It then provides you with a rock-solid trading system designed to take full advantage of your emotional assets.

Business & Personal Finance
December 30
McGraw-Hill Education
The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Customer Reviews

CamALR ,

This is not an audiobook

Not sure why it says (Digital audio) in the title when this is not an audiobook.

23683621👏🏽bob ,

A different approach to the markets

I never thought this book would help me so much in trading. No, there’s any technique or new fundamental analysis on it. But there a complete new way of thinking about markets by thinking about ourselves.

Lessons are very clear, and there’s a step by step guide for you to start to know... about yourself.

Author keeps trying to help you focus on yourself all the time, to help you understand the inner and deep reasons about your market decisions. I loved that!

BlacklionCTA ,

Excellent Book, Leverage Your Emotions

I’ve dedicated the past year to reading more about psychology and emotion in trading rather than strictly quantitative analysis. Dr. Shull’s book is one of my favorites. Her authorship is very conversational and using characters to develop her points makes potentially radical ideas more consumable. Her style is approachable and vivid, it is easy to picture the settings and how the characters interact to make the point that rather than shun our emotions, we should embrace them and their source for more confidence and hopefully higher returns.