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  • before you put on any trade going forward, Look yourself in the mirror and ask yourself a simple question.

    在你進行任何交易之前,看著鏡子裡的自己,問自己一個簡單的問題。

  • Do I really want to have this position?

    我真的想擁有這個職位嗎?

  • A position is like a relationship.

    一個職位就像一個關係。

  • A position is like having a child.

    一個職位就像有一個孩子。

  • All right.

    好的。

  • It's a long term investment, not just of your money, in your emotions, in your mental bandwidth and you think no brian, I'm just going to put on dodge coin because it's fun.

    這是一項長期投資,不僅僅是你的錢,你的情緒,你的精神帶寬,你認為沒有布萊恩,我只是要把躲避硬幣,因為這很有趣。

  • No, no, that's what newbie traders do.

    不,不,這就是新手交易員的做法。

  • Alright.

    好吧。

  • You put on that dog coin trade and guess what?

    你穿上那個狗幣交易,你猜怎麼著?

  • It takes some of your attention bandwidth away from your other core trades in the defi sector.

    它佔用了你的一些注意力帶寬,而不是你在defi部門的其他核心交易。

  • So before you put on those trades, ask yourself, do I really want to have this position?

    是以,在你進行這些交易之前,問問自己,我真的想擁有這個位置嗎?

  • Ask yourself, is there an opportunity cost when I put on this position?

    問問自己,當我放在這個位置上時,是否有機會成本?

  • Is it going to take away capital, mental bandwidth, emotions where I could be spending that on something else in my life, including building a business or your kids or your health.

    它是否會帶走資本、精神帶寬、情感,而我本可以將其用於我生活中的其他事情,包括建立一個企業或你的孩子或你的健康。

  • These are important questions.

    這些都是重要的問題。

  • Ask yourself, Does this trade fit with my mission and my ethos and my long term strategy?

    問問自己,這個交易是否符合我的使命、我的精神和我的長期戰略?

  • Pay attention to what I'm saying because I would guarantee that if you're listening to me right now, you don't consider any of these things when you put these trades on, you put it on.

    注意聽我說的話,因為我敢保證,如果你現在在聽我說,你在放這些交易的時候沒有考慮這些東西,你把它放上了。

  • Because you heard someone, uh, post about this ticker probably six different times on a forum and you thought I'll just put some on.

    因為你聽到有人,呃,在一個論壇上發了關於這個勾股的帖子,大概有六次之多,你想我就放一些吧。

  • That's not how we trade inside defy academy.

    這不是我們defy學院內部的交易方式。

  • And of course, do you have a stop loss?

    當然,你有止損嗎?

  • All right.

    好的。

  • That's what's most important.

    這是最重要的。

  • And I mentioned it earlier and I'll say it again.

    我之前提到過,現在我再說一遍。

  • The biggest losses I've ever had it as a traitor happens right after.

    我作為叛徒的最大損失就發生在之後。

  • I have my largest profits because the battle with your ego is never ending.

    我有我最大的利潤,因為與你的自我的戰鬥是永無止境的。

  • And just when you think you've mastered trading, just when you think you're Gordon Gekko, you get your ass handed to you on the next trade.

    就在你認為你已經掌握了交易,就在你認為你是戈登-蓋克的時候,你在下一次交易中被人打了屁股。

  • And this is the nature of the human mind and this is why most humans are terrible traders.

    而這就是人類思維的本質,這也是為什麼大多數人都是糟糕的商人。

  • And so again, before you put on your next position, get your mind rights.

    是以,再一次,在你穿上下一個位置之前,讓你的思想權利。

  • And I always think of a story that I like to tell that um, I experienced when I was in Chicago.

    我總是想到我喜歡講的一個故事,嗯,我在芝加哥的時候經歷過。

  • So a lot of, lot of, you know, I spent two years training in new york city and then I got hired To run the Treasury derivatives desk at the first National Bank of Chicago.

    所以很多,很多,你知道,我在紐約市花了兩年時間培訓,然後我被僱用在芝加哥第一國民銀行管理財政衍生品櫃檯。

  • I was always 25 years old.

    我一直是25歲。

  • I was a vice president.

    我是一個副總統。

  • They paid me a ton of money and I flew and moved to Chicago and I got sat on the desk there and I ran the Treasury derivatives book And I was also right next to the Chicago Board of Trade in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

    他們給了我一大筆錢,我飛到了芝加哥,在那裡我被安排在辦公桌上,負責財政部的衍生品賬目,我也緊挨著芝加哥商業交易所的芝加哥貿易委員會。

  • And this is the big pits with 300 massive guys that used to play in the National Football League in America yelling and screaming and pushing and sweating and they're literally doing this with their hands like they do in trading places right?

    這是一個大坑,裡面有300個龐大的傢伙,他們曾經在美國的國家橄欖球聯盟中打球,大喊大叫,推推搡搡,汗流浹背,他們實際上是在用手做這個,就像他們在交易場所做的那樣,對嗎?

  • And inside those pits are guys called locals and locals spend a couple 100 grand, they buy a seat and they have all the information and they're the market makers, the liquidity traders and those markets that close about three p.m. So what all the traders do is they go and buy 3 30 they're all drunk usually.

    在這些坑裡的人被稱為當地人,當地人花了幾十萬,他們買了一個座位,他們擁有所有的資訊,他們是做市商,流動性交易者,這些市場在下午三點左右關閉,所以所有的交易者做的是他們去買3.30,他們通常都喝醉了。

  • And so we go down and hang out at the bars afterwards and I remember being introduced one of these locals who was a legend, he'd been in there for 20 years, made tens of millions of dollars, gone to Africa show all these, I'll shot all these animals and all this stuff.

    於是我們下去後在酒吧裡閒逛,我記得有人向我介紹了其中一個當地人,他是個傳奇人物,他在那裡呆了20年,賺了幾千萬美元,去非洲展示所有這些,我拍了所有這些動物和所有這些東西。

  • And I remember having these conversations with him and I said, I said, how do you keep the edge?

    我記得和他進行了這些對話,我說,我說,你怎麼保持優勢?

  • How do you keep the edge when you're trading against Goldman Sachs and JP morgan?

    當你在與高盛和摩根公司交易時,你如何保持優勢?

  • And you don't know the news, you're in the middle of that pit.

    而你不知道這個消息,你就在那個坑的中間。

  • And he said, brian, I keep my mind right.

    他說,布萊恩,我保持我的思想正確。

  • He said, if I've had a fight with my girlfriend and my wife the argument the day before, he said, I won't go into the pits and trade.

    他說,如果我在前一天與我的女朋友和我的妻子發生了爭執,他說,我不會去坑裡交易。

  • I said, you literally won't go trade.

    我說,你真的不會去交易。

  • He said, I won't because my mind isn't right.

    他說,我不會的,因為我的心態不對。

  • He said, if I'm angry, he said if I'm emotional, he said, if if I'm broke, I'm very careful because that will all affect my trading decisions.

    他說,如果我生氣,他說如果我情緒化,他說,如果如果我破產,我就會非常小心,因為這都會影響我的交易決定。

  • And so one of the things I see today that alarms me are these trading apps.

    是以,我今天看到的讓我震驚的事情之一是這些交易應用程序。

  • And one of the things I'll be teaching in the Defi Academy is we don't trade on our apps and we don't trade 24/7.

    我將在Defi學院講授的內容之一是,我們不在我們的應用程序上進行交易,我們不進行24/7的交易。

  • What we do is we have a disciplined procedure of when we trade and how we trade.

    我們所做的是,我們有一個關於何時交易和如何交易的紀律性程序。

  • We traded our desktops, we trade based on our long term perspective.

    我們交易了我們的臺式機,我們根據我們的長期觀點進行交易。

  • We trade based on our strategy and we trade based on our mission and we always put stop losses in on our trades.

    我們根據我們的戰略進行交易,我們根據我們的任務進行交易,我們總是在我們的交易中設置止損。

  • And so again, I hope that helps some of you when it comes to the discipline of trading.

    是以,我再次希望這對你們中的一些人在涉及到交易紀律時有所幫助。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

before you put on any trade going forward, Look yourself in the mirror and ask yourself a simple question.

在你進行任何交易之前,看著鏡子裡的自己,問自己一個簡單的問題。

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