Nature Vs Nurture – are Good Traders Born or Made?

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Old Jun 30, 2015, 12:29pm   #33
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Some people just cannot do it. So i guess it's both.
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Old Jun 30, 2015, 1:10pm   #34
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trading is addictive ............as the hotel California song says

you can check out .......but you can never leave
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Old Jun 30, 2015, 1:11pm   #35
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Whilst hotly contested this has been put to the test on more than a couple of occasions. This was of course what inspired Richard Dennis in the 80's with his "Turtles" experiment - he certainly proved that it can be taught in my eyes.

More recently there was also a documentary called million dollar traders (on youtube) which lex van damme and that anton bloke did. Think they lost money overall but they didnt have any prior experience and think they said towards the end that the pro's lost more as it was during the crisis. Well worth a watch in case you havent seen it!
crisis = more money to be made ?........

that anton should stick to dancing on BBC's strictly ...........
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Ha you're not wrong there! Although he seems to be busy selling his courses at the moment. I got an email the other day talking about a seminar in Australia, and then another in Singapore - that guy gets around! Has anyone here been to one? I also see that lex has a course too, looks like the website has changed recently

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Old Jul 2, 2015, 12:16pm   #37
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Good traders are usually psychopaths.

That's a fact. Look it up.
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Old Jul 2, 2015, 7:50pm   #38
 
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Good traders are usually psychopaths.

That's a fact. Look it up.

That is true, to some extent -- if you read up on history of really great traders.
Geniuses in every field have very active minds/personalities....that's why they may not seem 'normal'.
I guess you can't have your cake and eat it too, as that saying goes. Everything's got a price.

Great traders, like every other field, are naturally made for it...are gifted. it's their Destiny.

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Old Jul 2, 2015, 8:56pm   #39
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I liked this post showing my respect for a fellow trader. I did point out to him that I think he is a dcki in real life so if I get banned it shows his emotional weakness.
He cannot ban you, however I can but I may just ban Tytus_Barnowl instead.
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Old Jul 8, 2015, 7:16am   #40
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Well I read Reminiscences of Stock Operator when I was about 12 years old and was immediately hooked on trading. It sounded like an exciting way to earn money.

Unfortuantely I lost a lot of money. I had some nice wins but overall I probably lost. If you add on the expenses of trading I lost my shirt.

I am still around here trying to figure out how to win.

Trading is easy. Winning is my problem.
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