As part of the STA’s educational offering, here is today’s interview (5th April 2019) with Nicole Elliott on IG TV. Many will recognise her as a regular attendee at our monthly meetings, and Jeremy is a veteran, and ex-Bloomberg presenter […]
Steven Goldstein delivered a great presentation at the latest STA monthly meeting at the outstanding new One Moorgate Place venue. Performance coaching and behavioural psychology are becoming more and more important and widespread in the markets. STA members and market […]
Last week we looked at how to organise, spruce up, or Spring clean one’s office. Now I’ve come across a piece written by an acquaintance of mine which involves doing Feng Shui on your trading desk. She suggests: ‘Create harmony […]
Yesterday something completely different happened at the regular STA monthly meeting: a talk without charts! Well, just one but none of us managed to guess what it was: blood sugar levels of an Israeli parole board, so not an entirely […]
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