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Good Parenting and its Affect on Trading

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After a parenting drama today, I took away a useful insight in how to nudge PsyQuation traders user-experience (UX). It is summer holidays and my 13yr old son is on sports camp, today being a scorcher and a lazy Sunday he told me he wasn't going to attend the ... Read more


Do you want to know?

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A couple of weeks ago I was travelling with my family from Los Angeles to Sydney the time was roughly 2 in the morning, we were all fast asleep fortunate to each have an empty row to ourselves somewhere over the Pacific Ocean, and then the drama started. ... Read more


Routine is a Good Habit

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A friend of mine bought me a wonderful book last year called, "Hooked" by Nir Eyal. Nir is a Behavioural Designer with an amazing gift for writing, sharing a steady flow of insightful material on his cleverly named blog nirandfar.com. Regular readers of our bl... Read more


Confidence in Intuition

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  Ask any discretionary trader how they go about deciding when to go long or short a trade, and they will tell you that once they have done some analysis their decision is based on intuition. Let us assume that intuition based trading is a valid approac... Read more


Less is More

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I want to introduce you to a very simple concept; the natural human trait to enjoy choice. If we are dating we prefer to have more potential partners. If we are watching TV we like to have more channels. If we go to a supermarket we like a large variety of pro... Read more


The Natural Fix for ADHD Traders is PsyQuation

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Having recently written here about the negative effects dopamine has on risk taking I came across this article ("A Natural Fix for A.D.H.D") today in the NY Times. As the father and husband of ADHD sufferers and the son of a doctor who regularly prescribes me... Read more


Creating the Right Environment to Beat our Dopamine Induced Risk Addiction

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The famous British Economist John Maynard Keynes made a remarkably insightful observation, "It is a characteristic of human nature that a large proportion of our positive activities depend on spontaneous optimism rather than on a mathematical expectation". Th... Read more


Learning from our Mistakes – Antifragile

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As we approach the end of the year it is typically a time for us to think back about the year that was, and consider where we went wrong and how we can improve by learning from our mistakes. For many of us this is a painful embarrassing experience and we tend... Read more


PsyQuation Nudges

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The field of behavioural finance has grown so popular over the last few years, now the man on the street is familiar with some of the terms describing biases that affect our financial decision making under conditions of uncertainty. All this awareness in acade... Read more


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