Episode 317: Why Are You Ashamed To Be a Trader?

by robbooker on December 22, 2014


Greetings! In Episode 317 of The Traders Podcast, your host Rob Booker and Jason the Producer begin with a short chat about what they’ve been watching lately for entertainment. Then Jason plays a voicemail from Dan Dan the Art Man in Spokane, Washington, who sparks a conversation about trading rules. Then Rob talks about the concept of privacy and trading, and he encourages everyone not to be ashamed to be a trader. Don’t miss it!

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pip December 28, 2014 at 4:40 am

Well done for holding your hands up and apologising to the guy/gal who e-mailed you about his private details. I don’t know, but it appears to be increasingly important, given the reports we hear about the way the internet may have been going, to protect our natural human rights and civil liberties, so cherished in the free world.

Keep up the brilliant work, guys. I must dig back into more podcasts from your extensive archive, and also catch up with the Rise and Shine ones too. Cheers


BrianF December 31, 2014 at 6:49 am

This isn’t the 20th century where a post WWII power could write their own trade agreements and its stocks would go up forever. In this world, you are either a trader or you are an ignorant market zealot who believes in buy and hold propaganda. Good luck with that. The returns of even a long term buy and hold “investor” are mostly determined by when you need to take out the money. Like it or not, we are all traders.

Much of what the public believes about markets and trading is just baloney. So when someone foolishly criticizes your interests in trading, tell them ignorance and stupidity are pardonable, but not when combined with arrogance.


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