Welcome to The Traders Podcast, starring Rob Booker. In Episode 298, Rob starts off by talking about some New York Times headlines, which he quickly transposes into analogous trading metaphors. This leads Rob to talk about the critical importance of establishing a daily routine for your trading procedures. Next Jason plays some business television audio clips, and Rob responds to them — rambunctiously. Rob rants about worldwide fears about dropping oil prices, and we discuss deflation versus disinflation. Please leave us a comment, and let us know about your trading routine. And thanks for listening.
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