Interview with the two traders that influenced me the most.

When you look back on how you have developed you can always see the pieces of the people that got you there.  No two people have influenced my career more than Vince (VXD) and Anthony (DELI). Vince let me hang out in the office and in that office Anthony taught me technical analysis.  They both taught me about the business and more importantly how to be a trader. You can read their bio’s here.  In many ways they are complete opposite, which was good for me. I got to see how to approach trading from a different perspective but with the same foundation. The way to be a successful trader never changes.

The videos are a little longer but worth it.  Two very passionate and knowledgeable traders.  Between the two they have more than 30 years of experience.  I am lucky to have had them in the beginning and now. So sit back and enjoy.

By the way, you may recognize Vince from the opening shot of Too Big to Fail or almost every stock photo from the S&P500 pit. He is also one of the people that was there the night of the bridge incident but that is a video for another time.

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  • These guys are screen traders at this point right? What’s the point in wearing a jacket and a badge, just to cheese it up a little? I was happy to leave mine behind when I came off the floor in 97!

    • Thanks I passed the compliment on.  You have been there so you know how it is with that.  Anthony said he remembered your badge. 

2 Responses to Interview with the two traders that influenced me the most.

  1. FLL Trader says:

    These guys are screen traders at this point right? What’s the point in wearing a jacket and a badge, just to cheese it up a little? I was happy to leave mine behind when I came off the floor in 97!

    • Eradke says:

      Thanks I passed the compliment on.  You have been there so you know how it is with that.  Anthony said he remembered your badge. 

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