Trading Beyond the Matrix
- The Red Pill for Traders and Investors
- Sprecher: Michael Butler Murray
- Spieldauer: 11 Std. und 55 Min.
- Ungekürztes Hörbuch
- Erscheinungsdatum: 24.06.2013
- Sprache: Englisch
- Anbieter: Audible Studios
In the unique arena of professional trading coaches and consultants, Van K. Tharp is an internationally recognized expert at helping others become the best traders they can be. In Trading Beyond the Matrix: The Red Pill for Traders and Investors, Tharp leads listeners to dramatically improve their trading results and financial life by looking within. He takes the reader by the hand through the steps of self-transformation, from incorporating "Tharp Think" - ideas drawn from his modeling work with great traders - making changes in yourself so that you can adopt the beliefs and attitudes necessary to win when you stop making mistakes and avoid methods that don't work. You'll change your level of consciousness so that you can avoiding trading out of fear and greed and move toward higher levels such as acceptance or joy.
A leading trader offers unique learning strategies for turning yourself into a great trader
Goes beyond trading systems to help listeners develop more effective trading psychology
Trains the listener to overcome self-sabotage that obstructs trading success
Presented through real transformations made by other traders
Advocating an unconventional approach to evaluating trading systems and beliefs, trading expert Van K. Tharp has produced a powerful manual every trader can use to make the best trades and optimize their success.
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Von Jens Pflüger Am hilfreichsten 05.04.2016
Hours of advertising and spiritual nonsense
Given the 12+ hours I expected to learn a lot from this book. Unfortunately, I ended up listening to countless hours of useless and even annoying nonsense. This book is another really bad example of someone advertising his seminar program to make money. The first 3-4 hours are about a few individuals who participated in the author's trading program explaining how awesome it is and how it helped them to become rich. This has nothing to do with serious trading. It's so annoying. Just when I thought this couldn't get any worse, the story takes it to a whole new level when it starts to talk about religion and how God can help make money in the markets. I found myself listening to spiritual sessions where people talked to God through some 3rd person receiving trading advice. I mean, seriously? I personally consider trading to be a professional occupation that requires systematic approaches, methodology, techniques and lots of hands-on training. There are good books that actually teach you how to develop skills. Not this one. Save your money and your time. I'm so angry that authors get away by talking people into an expensive trading program and basically selling them the hope that a seminar is the one solution to excel and become rich conveniently.
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