On the Couch with Louise Bedford – Technical Analyst and Trading Mentor

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  In this episode of 'On the Couch', Henry sits down with chartist, mentor and professional trader Louise Bedford to talk candlesticks, trading psychology and what it takes to be a profitable trader. Louise is a fantastic presenter and communicator and has changed many people's lives through her mentoring and trading programs. Louise is the founder of the Trading Game website and runs her own weekly trading podcast called Talking Trading. She is also a best-selling author of five books on the stockmarket and a behavioural finance expert with degrees in Psychology and Business. She holds an Australian Financial Services Licence. Her best selling books include, Trading Secrets, Charting Secrets, Let the Trade Wins Flow, The Secret of Candlestick Charting and The Secret of Writing Options. You can catch up with Louise on www.tradinggame.com.au for her own weekly podcast and trader education. This is one of the most interesting and informative podcasts we have done on trading, and what it takes to be successful. Highly recommended.   More about the author – Henry Jennings Henry Jennings, Senior Market Analyst and Media Commentator at Marcus Today Stock Market Newsletter, has been involved in financial markets since the 80s in London before emigrating to Australia. He first joined Deutsche Bank and then Macquarie Bank as Head of Equity Trading in Sydney. Since leaving Macquarie, Henry has been both an institutional and private client adviser. For the last seven years, Henry has been writing strategy and insights daily and is a frequent media commentator on all things finance on ABC TV and Radio, SBS and Ausbiz. He also hosts a series of podcasts talking to industry experts and the popular live Ask the Analyst session for Marcus Today.

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