In this episode, your host Rob Booker and the producer take you to the theater to talk about Shakespeare and trading. In Rob’s classic style, he draws parallels between taking revenge against the market and Hamlet and Oedipus. During this show we also answer a letter from Steven, who made an exceptional transformation and turn-around in his trading. This leads to a conversation about breaking the cycle of losing performances and turning to winning performances.
And continuing a recent theme, Rob and Jason also discuss whether people really act against their own self-interest? And we read an insightful e-mail from none other than Rob’s mom about why people maintain a self-destructive course. Don’t miss it!
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