Friday, December 25, 2009

Happy Holiday Readings

* Stress and performance in trading; see also posts on handling the stress of trading;

* Very interesting project at Market Rewind to track asset class rotation in real time;

* Quantifiable Edges has developed a promising swing trading system, for sale to traders with fully disclosed parameters. Sweet!

* Worthwhile thoughts on Greece, California, and shaky sovereign debt;

* Many thanks to Richard and the Stock Market Psychology site for the kind book review; see this post on how emotions can sabotage trading success;

* Interesting interview on training the brain;

* Thanks to sharp reader Adam for this article on states in the U.S. with the highest level of happiness and what might account for the findings;

* Why banks aren't lending;

* Continued rising GDP in China;

* Record yield curve steepening in U.S.;

* Who will and won't be affected by the emerging health care plan.

1 comment:

Trader Phil said...


As a follow up to your post regarding Brain training, blog readers may like the website A Stanford neuroscientist is a cofounder. The site uses entertaining visually-appealing games to sharpen and develop different cognitive domains. A free-trial and reasonable subscriptions are available. Probably a fun substitute for video-game addicted kids as well!