Episode 438: Ask Rob – Letter to a Frustrated Trader

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Good morning! Today Rob is back with Jeff Patterson from Finance Magnates and the two begin Episode 438 with a chat about Dodd Frank and then focus in on an uplifting conversation about what to recommend to a frustrated trader. There is a way to make forward progress and there is a way to make it all back. Thanks Augusto! We wish you the best! Thanks for listening!

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One comment on “Episode 438: Ask Rob – Letter to a Frustrated Trader

  1. Francisco says:

    Nobody writes comments, aaaaaaaaaand
    I don’t know why!
    The podcast is very interesting enough to
    debate and debate and en-rich this comments section
    days and days!
    Maybe if there were some incentive?
    Maybe just the greedy ones will write then.
    Maybe I’m wrong. [Again?]

    About this podcast ideas:

    1. – IMHO Hillary will be the next #POTUS. Sure thing. Do you wanna bet?

    2.- First comes CONSISTENCY… then… PROFITABILITY.
    Not just in trading but in every business.

    3.- A small position will not, (WILL NOT) solve any problem, because is not about the
    TRADE, it’s about the TRADER. Well, IT will solve the “losing-fast-all-the-money” but by
    itself will not improve nothing. I am talking about one of the TRADER REAL KEY
    SKILLS: Knowing when Enough-is-Enough, closing the position or positions AND then
    with a FRESH MIND think in the NEXT TRADE. Or, or, or, at least as Kim does with a
    very tight stop-loss, and then having a trading Plan and execute it no matter what. There

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