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Episode 244: The Retirement Lie — Part 2

Episode 244 of The Traders Podcast is Part 2 of Scott Welsh’s “The Retirement Lie.” (So, if you haven’t heard the previous episode yet, please go back and listen to Episode 243: The Retirement Lie – Part 1 prior to playing this one.) Your usual host, Rob Booker, is enjoying a two-week vacation from podcasting, so for the next few episodes, The Coach Scott Welsh will be our guest host.

And in this second episode of four, Scott tells us more about “The Retirement Lie.” Scott begins this episode by discussing a Wall Street Journal article that examines this Retirement Lie. Scott says there are two questions he wants us to think about regarding our retirement: 1.) How can I retire as fast as possible? 2.) Since I like my job, how much can I save? Yes, Scott also addresses the question: What if I don’t want to retire? So, you’re going to hear Scott run the numbers and explain “the vision” to Jason. Don’t miss this one! And thanks for listening.

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Scott’s Blog

E-mail Scott: ScotWelsh ( AT ) gmail ( DOT ) com

Scott on Twitter: @SWelsh66

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Episode 207: As Soon as I Open a Trade, I Become an Idiot

We hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. For Episode 207, your host Rob Booker spends more time exploring the subject of “process,” an approach to trading discussed in Episode 202, where goals don’t really matter; all that matters is having a process. Also in this episode, you’ll hear about how Shonn Campbell directed Rob’s attention to an article in the Wall Street Journal by Scott Adams titled Secret of Success: Failure by Scott Adams. Rob uses this article and his memory of a breakfast he had with Shonn Campbell, Matt LaCoco and Bradley Fried in April 2013, to ultimately talk about spending less time trading while making more money, struggling less — and winning more. Don’t miss it!

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Secret of Success: Failure by Scott Adams Read More