Highlights books related to the week's top financial news stories, by Karris Golden, president & COO of Wasendorf & Associates (Traders Press Inc., W&A Publishing and SFO Magazine)
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Like baseball, trading requires sound coaching, honest self-knowledge and shrewd understanding of “the game.”
“They both started as relatively informal endeavors in New York and grew into massive institutions,” he writes. “Organized trading started under a tree along a wall that protected a city. The wall gave name to a street, and the street later became home to one of the most venerable institutions on earth. Organized baseball started in fields around the same city. Its popularity grew, and it spread to fields around the country.”
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There’s no better fuel for a crisis than more crisis.
According to Bloomberg, James W. Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, says “crisis mentality” is so widespread that swings in U.S. stocks can be attributed mainly to the level of investor concern.
Crisis of mentality’s byproduct is volatility. According to CNBC, major averages flounder, affected by heavy market volatility due to fears of another global recession.