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Episode 476: Traders’ Boot Camp and Discipline University, Part 2

Good morning and welcome to November! It’s Monday and today is Episode 476 of The Traders Podcast. Rob is here with Jason Pyles. Thank you to all of the listeners who have texted or reached out to us in some way to let us you know want Jason back! OK, today Rob reads a great message from Ziv. Thanks Ziv! Most of the real change in our lives comes from small, steady changes. If you want change to stick, you have to study Mr. Miyagi-style. Rob shares a fascinating story about John Mayer that illustrates that developing discipline is the heart of the matter. You’ll love today’s show!

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Episode 150: Sizing Up the Market, Psychics and Hand Jive

Before and After In this second portion of Rob’s interview with Relaxed Trader Matt LaCoco, Rob and Matt talk more about sizing up the market and letting the first trade go by. They also talk about their experiences with psychics and the varied results those readings provided on lofty matters like trading and love. Matt spends some time explaining more about his relaxed approach to trading and how he allows his life to be enriched by other pursuits to avoid being consumed by worrying about the market. Matt gives some great advice here — so don’t miss it!

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Episode 62: Zombies, Zombie Traders and Zombie Banks Part 2

This episode is Part 2 of 2, which features your host, Rob Booker, speaking with a literal zombie expert, Dr. Kyle Bishop (aka “Dr. Walking Dead”) of Southern Utah University. In this show, Rob and Kyle bring this zombie analogy home to traders by exploring some analogies between banks and monsters. They talk about why banks and money have a long-standing, metaphorical association with blood.

Rob and Kyle also define what a zombie trader is — as well as the pitfalls that lead traders to succumb to this financially undead fate. Your hosts also warn against the dangers of “zombie adoption,” or becoming sympathetic toward individuals who are not successful. And Rob addresses whether the zombie banks will ever be able to be cured of their “living dead” condition. So, aim for the head, and don’t miss this episode!

Dr. Kyle Bishop’s links:
Twitter: @DrWalkingDead
Book: American Zombie Gothic: The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of the Walking Dead in Popular Culture

Kyle’s zombie movie / book recommendations (Required Viewing):
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
28 Days Later (2002)
Shaun of the Dead (2007)
The Walking Dead (TV series)
Max Brooks’s The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From the Living Dead (book)

Jason’s additional zombie movie recommendations:
Day of the Dead (1985)
Lucio Fulci’s Zombie (1979) (aka Zombi 2)

Episode 30: The SSI and Taking Your Second Trade First

In Part 2 of the “Wine-Tasting and Trading Strategy” episode, Rob Booker and his guest co-host, Jennifer Thornburg, trading blogger and author of the article “Sex and Trading,” talk by phone with David Rodriguez of FXCM.

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How do we know when the market is going to turn, or change directions? David has some ideas about that, and as a quantitative strategist and the curator of the Speculative Sentiment Index (SSI) published by FXCM, he is particularly qualified to talk about how he judges market psychology from the numbers that cross his screen every day.

Episode 28: The Unique Ability

In this Part 2 with investment advisor Chris Hensel, Rob and Raghee talk to Chris about the concept of “the unique ability” and the benefits of identifying one’s own unique ability as a trader and then leveraging that “edge” to one’s advantage. You’ll also hear Raghee talk about how The Secret has influenced her trading, while Rob lets loose and shares a story about a time when he learned that you can get more with sugar than you can with salt. Trust us — you don’t want to miss this episode!

Episode 26: The Illustrious Todd Gordon, Part 2

In this Part 2, must-listen episode, Rob and Raghee continue their interview with television personality Todd Gordon, a host of CNBC’s “Money in Motion.”

Tune in to hear Todd discuss the Elliott Wave, Rob’s Meeting Melissa Francis Story, what Raghee calls “the hottest three minutes of technical analysis you’ve ever heard,” and how Todd finds balance as a trader with all the other aspects of his busy life.

You can tune in to “Money in Motion” on Friday nights on CNBC at 5:30 p.m. Eastern time, and you can find out more about Todd at cnbc.com.

Episode 18: Interview With an Options Trader, Part 2

You met Kevin in Episode 17. He’s an options trader living in Gilbert, Arizona. Was learning to trade options easy? What did he do? How many books did he read? In this interview with Rob, Kevin reveals the most important book he ever read — and in a thousand years — we never would have guessed what it was. Listen to find out what book changed Kevin for the better as a trader.

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