Continue to enjoy and learn from your Podcasts. As previously stated, I am 80.5 years, an analog of the first order and deeply challenged by the digital arena. Finally plowed my way through the iTunes maze for sign up/registration and wrote a review under nickname: trdrtom.
I am not certain that it was accepted. Please let me know. It is almost one year since I communicated with Blair Hull. I will take another swing at that challenge. Am starting to reread your three books on my iPAD.
Continuing the theme of speculation and gambling from the previous episode, today’s Trend Following Radio guest is Blair Hull. Hull got his start playing blackjack in Nevada casinos, and later moved onto trading. He founded his investment firm, Hull Investments, in 1999. The company, which leveraged technological innovations and quantitative models, was one of the world’s premier market-making firms, trading on 28 exchanges in nine countries.
The parallels in Hull’s approach to gambling and trading are many. He stresses the importance of objectivity and sticking to the system, especially during a losing streak when emotions run high. It’s not only about brain power, it’s about discipline.
In this interview, Blair Hull and Michael Covel talk about the parallels between blackjack and stock trading, the importance of money management and discipline when following systems, and the future of trading and market prediction.
In this episode of Trend Following Radio:
The importance of having a strategy and sticking to it
Why money management and discipline are key to trading success
Objectivity vs. emotions in blackjack and stock trading
Choosing the right markers and variables
Consumption as a function of income and wealth
The future of market prediction and machine learning
“We get fearful at the wrong times, we get greedy at the wrong times, when we have to stick to a specific plan.” – Blair Hull