Episode 34: Peak-Performance Athletics and Trading for a Living From Home

Here is the fourth installment with our crackerjack panel of Scott Welsh, Rob Wilson, Jennifer Thornburg and Rob Booker. Episode 34 features story time with Scott Welsh — professional trader and pro tennis coach — who tells us about Matt, a 17-year-old tennis prospect with tremendous potential. Our team uses this story to discuss what kind of prospects a trader would have to possess to potentially trade from home for a living; the disconnect between doing well in practice and how we perform when it actually counts; whether demo trading is a waste of time; the benefits of feeling some pressure; and how desire, form and discipline play into a trader’s success. Meanwhile, Commander Rob Wilson still lives in 1972 Newport, Rhode Island, where he still wears short shorts. You get to hear about that, too.

Find Scott Welsh here: bossilator.com

Follow Jennifer Thornburg on Twitter here.

Follow Commander Rob Wilson here.

3 comments on Episode 34: Peak-Performance Athletics and Trading for a Living From Home

  1. JR says:

    This is one of the best Podcast that I have ever heard. There is a lot of awesome material in this and I plan to listen to again and again. Thanks

  2. Jverb says:

    I have been listening to all of the old podcasts, and I would have to agree that this was one of the very best. The team is spot on with the analogy to athletics. Excellent!

  3. TG says:

    Awesome Podcast!!!

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