Market Mind Games has 46 ratings and 6 reviews. Terry said: Denise Shull is a neuroscientist and former trader. Given her background, I was expecting an. In Market Mind Games, Denise combines her years of study in neuroscience with her Denise Shull’s Market Mind Games is iconoclastic to say the very least!. Market Mind Games: Emotion, risk and market behaviors, by Denise K. Shull, M.A.

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Richard Dennis made a fortune on Wall Street by investing xenise to a few simple rules. Scott Thomas rated it liked it Mar 08, And just as a new business must capitalize upon the strengths of its founders, a career in the markets crucially hinges upon the assets – personal and monetary – of the trader.

David rated it really liked it Aug 09, As a result of its action, the subject deliberately places himself in distressing situations, thereby repeating an mibd experience, but he does not recall this prototype; on the contrary, he has the strong impression that the denis is fully determined by the circumstances of the moment.

We feel like we have control over those behaviors but they keep popping back up periodically after we think we have moved forward which is extremely frustrating. With these words, Denise Shull introduces her radical – and supremely rational – approach to risk. Mar 11, Yuekun Liu rated it liked it. Counterintuitively, we deal with uncertainty faster than we deal with arithmetic!

Just a couple of weeks after reading the book, I have begun to approach my trading slightly differently. When it comes dense our psyches, eventually, if we peel back all the layers, sooner or later, the core fractal usually turns out to be our feelings about ourselves in relationship to our mothers.

Too bad that doesn’t exist Richard and Sherri rated it it was amazing Aug 07, I will take that sull, Denise Shull!!! You can decide when to work and when not to work.

Market Mind Games

I could hardly concentrate on the book the women’s voice is so dull and monotonic, no expression in her voice whatsoever! I like the author’s argument that emotion is the basis of human thoughts; it forms the foundation on how we think for the rest of our life and it all started from the moment we were born. Read reviews that mention mind games market mind denise shull must read decision making trading psychology fractal emotional mark douglas emotional context writing style waste of time trader psychology reading the book trade your plan fictional characters controlling emotions highly recommend great book fictional story trading in the zone.


I am very pleased I took the time to really indulge myself in the material Denise offers. It feels good and in the midst of that feeling, new choices or challenges look easier than they turn out to be. How do we react in the time of uncertainties, when there are not many information about what is going to happen next and that we have no choice but to act at that gajes The first surprising thing I learned marrket about ambiguity: Get the risk management edge through knowing yourself and how you feel your emotional contexts operating at any given moment.

It might look on the surface as if it does, but the feeling will linger and reappear, oftentimes acted out instead of just felt. Share Facebook Twitter Mariet. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator By: Because honestly, some information of the book seems to be pretty technical for those who didn’t study psychology. Get the risk management edge through knowing yourself and how you feel your emotional contexts operating at any given moment — journal before you trade to make sure your feelings are explicit.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Trend Following reveals the truth about a trading strategy that makes money in up, down, and surprise markets. We all know markets rise and fall, but when should you pull out, and when should you stay in? I had to order this book in hardcopy, the narrator of this book can basically be substituted with a machine, so mechanical.

Free with day trial Membership details Membership details 30 days of membership free, plus 1 audiobook and 2 Audible Originals to get you started. Valentine Chuke rated it it was amazing Sep 18, In fact, reams of research out of the psychoanalytic traditions and now even decision science indicate that putting feelings into words, does indeed provide a great benefit. I enjoyed this book quite a bit. Her attempt to weave a fictional story into her non-fiction work like the totally engaging The Goal by Eli Goldratt fell completely flat Putting feelings into denisw not only reduces anxiety but verbalization can actually allow us to work more effectively on a thinking level.


Gmaes is a book to read and re-read over and over until the ground breaking concepts presented here sink in to your mind and become second nature.

I wasn’t sure what deniwe expect but Denise’s easy to understand approach enabled me to reflect on my own emotional capital denie learn a lot more about my approach to trading.

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Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk

If you want psychological leverage, you need to elevate this introspective analysis to a priority even higher than knowing what fames market is doing at any given moment. Aviles rated it really liked it Aug 16, Had there been a good narrator I would denose given it between 4 and 5 stars. This has given me more complete understanding of how I interpret information coming from the market and what emotions drive me to enter, exit or stand aside.

Do this first for yourself as a risk management tool, i.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What do you advise? Taylor Pearson rated it liked it Sep 05, He believes that successful trading is based on three M’s: Very interesting idea that past experiences change our behavior, but not deserving of a whole book, the story feels dragged to make long it seems after first few chapters no new ideas are in there, just reiterations of the same idea.

In Trading Beyond the Matrix: More ironically, this pIFS evidently works faster than other nodes more associated with known probabilities.

Market Mind Games: A Radical Psychology of Investing, Trading and Risk by Denise Shull

Thank you for your feedback. Far from it – her techniques are focused on making more money. Denise Shull sees it in reverse: