If you could give an advice to your “younger self”, what would it be? In part 3 of “A Trader’s Journey”, fund trader reveals insider tips on how his fund survived (indeed, thrived during) the UK Brexit event, while other traders and investors crumbled under the uncertainty of the Brexit vote. James also details his “slow method of trading” and why Darren may find it frustrating if he decided to use it. You will also find out why James is a “slow trader”, why your penmanship may hinder your abilities to trade large sums of money, and when you should take off on a holiday from trading (to achieve optimal results). http://media.blubrry.com/2traders/content.blubrry.com/2traders/2Traders_-_EP59_A_Trader_s_Journey_Part_3_of_3_.mp3 Download (Duration: 24:03 /27.5 MB) In this episode: 01:00 – self-drive 02:50 – personality profile 04:04 – active trading 07:00 – an acceptable loss 11:06 – what people would look at 14:10 – wimpy and nasty 16:08 – slow moment method 18:47 – psychologically depriving 20:02 – a good advice 22:08 – not all cookies and cream Tweetables: You cannot make a trader out of nothing. [Click To Tweet]. Do not take the trade if you are not comfortable with it. [Click To Tweet]. Psychology is eighty percent of trading. [Click To Tweet].