Linkfest: Interview addition.

Interview with Tadas Viskanta by VIX AND MORE

Tadas talks about the start of Abnormal Returns, focus, his new book, bringing investment to the masses, protecting yourself, and personal finance. I have always liked Tadas not only for his contribution to the trading community but just the way you feel when you are around the guy.

Interview with Charles E. Kirk by Richard Chignell

Charles talks about his trading style, the emotions of trading, the evolution of those emotions, having balance in life, the importance of a journal. Charles pioneered the individual premium website and also does a private linkfest to his members. At least once a year I read his about me page.

Interview with Jack Schwager by Steven Goldstein.

The Market Wizards brand has had a significant place in bringing people to trading.  It is a great story, so what came first Trading Places or Market Wizard?

If you love trading like I do, nothing better than hearing from people who have been around since the early days..  Hearing their stories and soaking it all in.  Here are a couple of clips for you.

Grain Trader talking to new traders.


h/t @biggercapital

Me and my mentors, Vince D’Agostino (VXD) and Anthony Crudele (DELI) talking trading.

Me and my mentors talking trading.

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