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How are emotion and mood developed and affected in the
brain? Science has made much progress in
recent decades on the study of the human brain, but much is left to be
discovered. In this article we’ll take a
look at a small piece of what we do know, and set the stage for some practical
applications that we can use to increase performance.
Excerpts in this article will be taken from the book “Brain and Behavior” by Bob Garrett and Gerald Hough. This is an excellent textbook used in the study of neuroscience and behavioral psychology. I highly recommend picking up a copy if you have an interest.
Preface to all parts:2019 was a great year for the Slope of Hope, with a much wider array of tools and a record number of premium subscribers. I have extracted what I consider the best posts from the year and, for the sake of everyone’s sanity, arranged links to them in a set of ten short posts. For those who want to support the site (as this is my full time job, 365 days a year), I encourage you to open up a brokerage account at tastyworks, try out TradeMachine Pro, or subscribe to a Slope premium membership, which opens up a tremendous array of features for you and your trading. Here, then, are the posts for this segment:
The holidays are ending and volume should be coming back into markets next week as players return. New Year’s Day on Wednesday is obviously a holiday as well, and the five trading days after that will be closely watched to deliver an indication of how the rest of 2020 might go. I’ll be looking at that stat closely later in this post but first I’ll review SPX and NDX and the position as traders return for the last two trading days of 2019. I would note again that the last trading day of the year is the only historically strongly bearish day in December, with SPX closing down 67% of the time, and Nasdaq down 15 of the last 19 years.