This is part two of the apprentice’s conversation between myself and Jon Symons. Jon has been trading seriously since 2009 and is well underway to success, though not with the consistent profits to back that up – yet. We discuss several aspects of trying out trading styles, why we self-sabotage, and what trading and golf have in common.
The master feedback comes from Richard Weissman. Richard is a professional trader with over twenty-five years’ experience. He has provided private consultations and training to traders and risk managers for twenty years. He currently serves as a Senior Associate with the Energy Management Institute (www.emi.org), where he teaches trading and risk courses, which are co-sponsored by CME Group (www.cmegroup.com) and the IntercontinentalExchange (www.theice.com). Richard’s first book, Mechanical Trading Systems, was published by John Wiley & Sons in 2004. His second book, Trade Like a Casino: Find Your Edge, Manage Risk, and Win Like the House, was selected as a Finalist for the Technical Analyst 2012 Book of the Year Award.
Both conversations were quite lengthy so I decided to split the podcast in two… This second part contains the rest of my conversation with Jon plus the final two-thirds of Richard’s feedback.
Richard really provides honest and detailed feedback to Jon. I know my trading skills improved from that. I hope yours will too! Enjoy.