As a disciplined trader myself I find the audio book rather boring as it speaks what I have already learned from years of experience. But! But I do feel that this is a very essential skill that all traders should develop and in that sense, this is an essential book.
This book is necessary for all financial traders. It tackles the fundamental problems that hampers trading success. A big thank you to Mark Douglas. R.I.P.
I enjoyed every moment listening to this audio book.
This is helpful and is very good about pointing out certain internal dialogues and perceptions which get traders into trouble. It also offers some helpful advice in terms of introspective techniques. Sadly the author has a bafflingly poor understanding of basic neurobiology and economics, and I don't understand how he could be an actual formally credentialed psychologist. There is a lot of loosey goosey theorizing going on without any substantiating evidence. Nevertheless he does help in identifying what most traders do wrong in terms of patterns of behavior so on that alone it's probably worth the read.
following the book you should be able to develop consistency in your trades. I would listen to it a couple of times.
This is the best trading book of all time it's a must read -listen awesome outstanding great amazing all good discription
The book is way too metaphysical and esoteric. The message is important but can basically be summarized as: have a system, stick to it and don't be emotional.
Way to much of this book is fluff, tangents, and unnecessary. About 30% is useful and informative. The rest of the time the author tries to appear deeply intellectual discussing ideas way off topic. I feel like he was trying to add junk to a descent/ok core idea and the junk made listening to this miserable. It's as if he had to meet a word count minimum because 70% literally didn't help at all.