In Episode 97, your host, Rob Booker, asks you to reflect upon the story of your trading career. Using something that The Producer said as a launching point, Rob springboards from this conversation into encouraging traders to invest in the adequate preparation needed to become a well-rounded and successful trader.
Rob also takes a few minutes to answer a question from Mr. Tom McMahon about a book that Rob referred to in a previous episode of The Traders Podcast. Rob reads an excerpt from the portion in question. And Rob concludes this episode with a story of his own — a little cautionary tale, of sorts, that we think you’ll enjoy. Listen!
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(By the way, if you stick around after the closing music, Rob and Jason geek out a little bit about “Star Wars”…)
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