In today’s episode, we discuss how to effectively manage your emotional stability regardless of trading performance, the true value of Bitcoin and the various catalysts behind its price movements, the importance of being able to get back into a trade you may have recently been stopped out of, managing leverage and volatility in a portfolio, how to approach extreme anomalies in historical price data, and much more.
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0:00 - Intro
1:33 - Macro recap from Niels
3:17 - Weekly review of returns
8:13 - Q1, via voicemail, from Gene in New Zealand: Is it ok to ignore perceived anomalies & outdated occurrences in historical data?
20:49 - Q2; Veyana: If I get whipsawed out of a trade and it sets up again immediately after, should I take the trade again?
25:26 - Q3; Terrance: How do I control the leverage of my portfolio when utilising volatility parity?
32:00 - Q4; Sebastien: How do you separate your self-worth from your net worth?
39:49 - Performance recap
41:10 - Recommended podcast listening this week: The Vinklevoss Twins on the What Bitcoin Did Podcast & Robert Breedlove on the Bitcoin Fundamentals Podcast (Investors Podcast Network)