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Top Traders Unplugged - Niels Kaastrup-Larsen 18th September 2019
RT27: Why Emotion overrides cognition...dramatically ft. Daniel Crosby – 2of2
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RT27: Why Emotion overrides cognition...dramatically ft. Daniel Crosby – 2of2

“Emotion overrides cognition pretty dramatically” – Daniel Crosby (Tweet)

Welcome to Top Traders Round Table, a podcast series on managed futures brought to you by CME Group. On today’s episode, host Niels Kaastrup-Larsen continues his conversation with Dr. Daniel Crosby, Chief Behavior Officer of Brinker Capital, and the host of The Standard Deviation Podcast. Niels and Daniel discuss how emotion affects investment decision-making, the problem with financial media, and what investors can do to correct their bad investment behavior.

In This Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • The key points of dealing with emotion as an investor
  • Why rules are better than goals
  • Daniel’s Four “C”s of investing
  • The importance of rule-following for investment managers
  • What is the role of clarity in investing
“More than anything, overcoming emotion is just about automating.” – Daniel Crosby
  • Why an overabundance of data can be detrimental to decision-making
  • The role of courageousness in investments
  • Why process over outcome is important
  • Why volatility is not the same as risk

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