Sunday, May 27, 2007

The Trader Coaching Project

TraderFeed will be going behind the doors of a trading psychologist. I've just announced on my Trader Performance page that I will be taking on one trader for coaching completely free of charge for the period of one month. The "catch" is that the trader must agree to sharing summaries of the coaching as part of posts to TraderFeed. That will enable all readers to potentially benefit from the coaching. During the month, we'll learn about a trader and his/her challenges; how we're tackling those challenges; and the progress we make.

If you're interested in being considered as the trader for this project, check out my post to the Trader Performance page and send me an email as outlined in the instructions. Please note that I can only accept one trader at this time, but if the project goes well, I'll be happy to open it up to other traders.

My hope is that this creates a unique learning experience for all involved; thanks for your interest!



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Yaser Anwar said...

Each time I think you've done an awesome job, you surprise me!

God bless u!

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hello Yaser,

I truly appreciate your support--


AnaTrader said...


Your generous offer to coach free of charge is indeed unprecedented on the web.

I hope an experienced trader will take up your offer to enhance his trading techniques to share with us all at Traderfeed.

Hsieh hsieh ni.

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hi AnaTrader,

Thanks so much for the note. I'm getting a mix of new and experienced traders volunteering for the project; I think both would be interesting to track. The experienced ones do keep me on my toes, however!


daniel said...


I have been reading your blog for some time now.

I have a small question:
Are you familiar with the coaching portal ? for everyone it talking about it, if you do, do you know by any chance who are the owners?

Thank you

Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. said...

Hi Daniel,

I'm afraid I'm not familiar with the site or its owners; sorry--