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I am currently getting my MBA with a focus on finance and data analytics. My finance professors teach the classic efficient markets hypothesis, which just doesn’t seem to be accurate in my opinion. Your work, along with the guests that you have had on your show confirm my thinking.
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David Harding goes further, explaining EMT madness in an every-man way: “This theory of rational markets treats economics like a physical science—like Newtonian physics—when in fact it is a human or social science. Human beings are prone to unpredictable behavior, to over-reaction or slumbering inaction, to mania and panic. The markets that reflect this behavior do not assume some supra-human wisdom, they can and sometimes do reflect that volatility.”
Further translation: Human nature isn’t rational. It blows bubbles and then pops bubbles.
My guest today is Denise Shull, a performance and decision coach to traders and athletes. She is well known for her effectiveness in assessing performance under high pressure situations. Denise began her Wall Street career in 1994 as trader and desk manager on the Chicago Board Options Exchange. She was always fascinated by the psychology side of trading from the outset of her trading career. In 2015 she offered critical insight on how to put together one of the main characters of the hit show “Billions” on Showtime.
The topic is trading psychology.
In this episode of Trend Following Radio we discuss: