In Episode 173, your host Rob Booker begins with a reading of Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” a poem that Rob says has a direct application to trading. So, Rob uses this poem as a launching point and explains a few valuable lessons to benefit any trader. During the course of this discussion, Rob talks about phenomena such as the way most traders don’t hang on to their winners — or perhaps more accurately —most traders don’t have a profit target.
Rob says he’s infuriated by an epidemic of not focusing; he says it’s time for you decide what you’re going to focus on — including what kind of trader you are, and what kind of person you’re going to be in the market. Rob talks about being afraid of what’s to come on your path up ahead. Rob says “The Road Taken” is the “fun” road, but trading is not supposed to be fun. Trading is not an ice cream cone. And Rob closes with a list of what trading is (and what it is not). Good stuff — listen!
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