Category Archives: Market Psychology

Charlie Munger – Cognitive Biases – Liking loving Bias

This is one of my favorites. When you hear a trader say, “I love this stock.” You know they are preparing themselves for distorted facts, ignoring reality and misinterpretation of the facts merely because of their affection towards the stock. … Continue reading

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Integral Theory – States

Integral theory believes we enter different states of awareness, of consciousness, etc throughout any given day.   Have you ever been unable to break an angry mood? Your state was angry.  Have you ever been highly irrational for a long … Continue reading

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Integral Theory – Levels of development in trading

To again, continue my series on how I use integral theory to trade the stock market we now move onto levels of development on each of the lines I discussed. This is the piece of Ken Wilber’s theory that he … Continue reading

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How I use integral theory to trade the markets

Integral theory is a beast.  You can read Ken Wilber‘s works over a lifetime only to come back to read them again and realize how much you missed.  My friends who introduced me to the theory always found great ways … Continue reading

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