Calm Trader

Win in the Stock Market Without Losing Your Mind
Narrated by: Scott Clem
Length: 1 hr and 3 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (66 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Learn how to identify and overcome mental challenges that could be limiting your trading success.

Benefit from someone with more than 20 years' experience.

Steve has done the research so you don't have to. Each of these 14 principles are part of what has made him successful for more than two decades.

Avoid stress and make money.

These principles will help you build a strong trading foundation and keep you from succumbing to stressful situations that will cost you money.

Principles to help you overcome stressful situations.

This book is not just about principles. It provides actionable exercises that will change the way you live and trade.

In this book you will learn:

  • To identify stressful situations that may be costing you money
  • How to deal with these situations in a productive way
  • To profit more and stress less

Become a calm trader.

Don't run the risk of ruin by ignoring these important stock market principles. Learn to win in the stock market and save your sanity!

©2015 Steve Burns and Holly Burns (P)2016 Steve Burns and Holly Burns

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great...awesome short quick listen. good reminder.

loved it.. if you are already familiar with the terms and verses of stock trading this book is a great reminder or a wonderful morning listen before you start trading nice and short and to the point good job.

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good for beginners, good for reminder book too

very good stuff, especially for beginners. Id also put this in a steady rotation as it is a good reminder of things.

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Excellent Listen!

I found the material very useful as I am a novice trader on my way to becoming a profitable trader. I will listen to this about a dozen more times!

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A must for any trader!

I wish I had listened to this book much earlier in my trading journey. The tools/advice it provides are truly priceless. I’ll be re-listening to it tonight.

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One of many excellent books by Mr&Mis Burns

As all Steves books, this one is also a full basket of nuggets.
Thank you Steve.

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  • 03-24-18

Lots of very quick rapid fire tips. Lacks depth.

I'm very much in favor of books being no longer than they need to be, but I think this perhaps over-shoots in the opposite direction. Every sentence is a new idea for ways to control your mentality, and nothing is explained enough to stick in the mind,or to really comprehend.

There is none the less a lot of good advice here, if you're willing to do the work of multiple listen throughs, and of fleshing out how to incorporate the advice into your own personality.

I'm afraid I didn't care for Scott Clem's narration, too fast and too monotone.