Your host Rob Booker opens Episode 260 of The Traders Podcast by discussing a hot-button current events topic about a rescued POW. This leads to Rob asking what is our obligation — as a community of fellow traders — toward other traders who don’t do well. Rob talks about the benefit (or lack thereof) of piling more negativity on top of a trader who already suffers from regrets. Instead, in this episode, you’ll hear Rob give a prescription for more positivity. He also says trading mistakes are never about trading.
And Rob poses a question at the end of this episode that we’d like to hear your comments on: Can someone learn to trade in absolute silence (or in a vacuum — without any outside guidance)? Let us know in the comments, please. Thanks for listening.
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