There is an old saying on Wall Street that the market is driven by just three emotions: fear and greed and uncertainty. Succumbing to these three traits are the biggest challenge that most people wanting ultimate success possess.
Fear is what stops us from making the hard decisions. It’s called F.O.M.O
Greed pushes us to make the wrong decisions. At the end of the 20th century, extreme greed fueled a bubble.
Uncertainty is a lack of confidence in our decisions. Investors face an uncertain economic future fraught with danger, risk, and false optimism.
In this episode with Denise Shull, performance coach and former trader who uses neuroeconomics and modern psychoanalysis in her work with hedge funds and professional athletes.
In this insightful episode Denise and I take a helicopter view of the brain of an investor and trader paying particular attention to the decision making processs, the limiting beliefs holding them from succeeding, how they make great decisions and they protect themselves form losses. We then finish up by cleaning up the confusion around the popular TV series ‘billions’. For those who don’t know, Denise has finished a long battle against Showtime’s TV series Billions. She answers alot of the questions around the lawsuit and reveals the truth behind the battle.
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