Episode 8: A Movie Every Trader Should Watch

Greg Michalowski, veteran markets analyst, continues his brilliant advice for traders with, yes, a movie recommendation. What movie should every trader watch? It’s not “Wall Street,” but rather, the 2011 Brad Pitt baseball story, “Moneyball.” Greg explains why in this fascinating interview. You’ll instantly understand why Greg is one of the most popular currency market-watchers in the world today. Listen right away!

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6 comments on Episode 8: A Movie Every Trader Should Watch

  1. mickeyf says:

    Hi Rob
    Loved this interview with Greg. Seems a very decent guy. I found it very insightful and a great theme. I could listen to you interviewing Greg all day long. I don’t know very much about baseball (being from across the pond) but watching the movie is on my to do list! Looking forward to more interviews with Greg.


    1. robbooker says:

      Thanks, Mickey! Good to have you here, and he does know a lot of stuff about baseball. There are so many lessons about trading in regular life all around us. Happy weekend to you.

  2. Adrian Rose says:

    very interesting guy to listen to. oh, and you too.
    will buy his book when I finish reading adventures of a currency trader.

    1. robbooker says:

      Adrian, let us know what you think about the book! Thanks for listening!

  3. Hey Rob,

    Love the intro/outro music for the podcast, and coming here via TFL365 which is just fantastic and along with this I have plenty to keep me busy!

    Excellent interview and by far my favourite 2011 movie/author as loved ‘The Big Short’ and now reading Liar’s Poker which I am actually glad to be reading kind of backwards in terms of their publication dates, and yes I agree, I would read anything Michael Lewis wrote!

    Regards, Clayton.

    1. robbooker says:

      Clayton, thanks for writing! Liar’s Poker is probably my favorite. I haven’t read it in years.

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