The Traders Journal

March 2013

The Traders Journal

Trading the Markets as Black or White

by Gatis Roze

Wrong is now right. What I once considered unreasonable is now considered reasonable (and I don’t mean just stock markets). On YouTube, you can watch American Eskimo dogs playing with their natural predators, the polar bear (check it out)... Read More 

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Chasing Last Year's Winners

by Gatis Roze

Warren Buffett’s partner, Charles Munger, once said “All I want to know is where I’m going to die so I’ll never go there.” There’s a parallel here with stocks. The year in which certain equities top the performance charts more often than not precedes the year in which they die... Read More 

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You Can Talk The Talk But Can You Walk The Talk?

by Gatis Roze

I attend investment seminars as half-monk, half-hit man. My time is a precious commodity, so if you are a speaker and see me in the audience, be prepared... Read More 

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3 Investors, 3 Blind Spots, 3 Solutions

by Gatis Roze

Picture this: I am at a cocktail party chatting with three people about investing. The first person says, “I could be a really successful investor if only I could emotionally tolerate a bit more risk... Read More 

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Blind Spots

by Gatis Roze

I attended a lecture last week given by Dr. Anthony Greenwald, a psychology professor at the University of Washington... Read More