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Dr Brett Steenbarger is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY and Director of Trader Development at Tudor Investment Corp. He has written three books on trading psychology, a training text on brief approaches to therapy, and the popular TraderFeed blog. A graduate of Duke University and the University of Kansas, Dr Steenbarger’s current work focuses on high performance applications of research and practice in psychology.

Ask the Doc

Posted: 30 October, 2011 Subjects: Psychology
Source: C2011 Available to: Members

Dr Steenbarger will begin the session with an overview of common elements in trading success that he has observed across various markets and settings, as well as an overview of the most common challenges that traders face and the specific psychological techniques that are most effective for these problems. The remainder of the session will focus on applying these ideas to the actual problems faced by traders, as participants bring their toughest questions and challenges and “ask the doc” for coaching assistance.

Process-Driven Trading: Recent Innovations in Trading Psychology

Posted: 28 October, 2011 Subjects: Psychology
Source: C2011 Available to: Members

This presentation will draw upon Dr Steenbarger’s recent work in proprietary trading group, hedge fund, and investment bank settings to show how traders can improve their performance by breaking trading down into component elements and developing best-practice strategies for each element. Specific examples will be used, so that participants will come away with concrete ideas to apply to their own trading practice.

Enhancing Traders Performace

Posted: 1 January, 2008 Subjects: Psychology
Source: D2008 Available to: Members

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Psychology and Trading Performance

Posted: 5 October, 2007 Subjects: Psychology
Source: C2007 Available to: Members

This interactive session will focus on the role of psychology in performance based fields such as trading. It will include a self assessment to enable traders to understand and use their coping styles.

Becoming Your Own Trading Coach

Posted: 5 October, 2007 Subjects: Psychology
Source: C2007 Available to: Members

During this session Brett will outline the common psychological patterns that interfere with trading performance, and how traders can develop goals for self improvement based on trading performance and personality traits.