Mind over Markets is a weekly show co-hosted by traders George Papazov and Mark Borszcz from TRADEPRO Academy. With a combined 25+ years of experience trading the markets, George and Mark break down and dissect common psychological obstacles that all traders face in their journeys and provide actionable advice and tips to overcome these challenges in order to level up your trading performance. Whether you struggle with FOMO, recency bias or even controlling your ego while trading, the goal of this podcast is to become your go-to resource for building a bulletproof trading mindset! Learn how to take control of your trading psychology and start trading in the zone because you deserve it!
62. Becoming the CEO of Your Trading Business with Etienne Crete
In today’s episode, we are excited to bring to you an interview with a special guest by the name of Etienne Crete, who is a full-time swing trader and is also the founder of the Desire To Trade podcast. Etienne is known as the traveling forex trader and he really practices what he preaches – […]
61. Are Your Trading Expectations Setting You Up For Failure?
In today’s episode, our discussion is going to be focused on expectations that new traders have about trading, and more specifically, how unrealistic expectations can be extremely toxic for your journey. If you’re serious about becoming a trader, it’s wise to understand the nature of the beast now rather than learning it the hard way […]
60. Is Your Financial Thermostat Set Too Low for Your Trading Goals?
In today’s episode, we are going to be discussing the concept of a financial thermostat and how your default setting may actually be holding you back from achieving the trading success that you know you deserve! It’s no secret that trading is linked with money; if you think about what initially drew you to this […]
59. Small Actions Can Have Big Results: The Power of Being 1% Better EVERY Day!
As another new year approaches, most people have an idea of what they want to accomplish but their goals might just seem so out of reach, so out there, that it’s almost too intimidating to start. We often assume that if we want to achieve big things, we need to take big action – but […]
58. The Fear of Success and It’s Role In Your Self-Sabotage
In today’s episode, we are going to be discussing a topic that people don’t really talk about much in this industry and that is the fear of success and how it can be detrimental to your end goals as a trader. Take a moment to reflect on this question: “Do you fear your own success?” […]
57. Why Every Trading Idea is Not Worth Your Capital
In today’s episode, we are going to be discussing a topic that we believe will help a lot of traders out and that is why every trade idea is not necessarily a trade that you should execute. New traders as well as traders struggling to find consistent profitability tend to find themselves in a hamster […]
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Thanks a lot for putting this podcast up. Im on my first year of trading and listening to you guys really help my psychology.
Thank you guys !!
Hidden Gem — High Quality
This is such a great resource for new traders, and more experienced ones as well.
George & Mark go into depth with their topics, and where they’ve done a tremendous job is shining a light on trading psychology in ways you’ll rarely find elsewhere.
I have listened to some episodes multiple times.
They are both so genuine and open as well.
Really a great listen !
Thanks for the good work fellas !
Amazing podcast on tading psychology
This is such an awesome podcast. I regularly listen to Chat With Traders and Limit Up! I heard George Papazov’s interview over on Limit Up! and that was how I discovered Mind Over Markets. “MOM” has shot up to being my favorite podcast as it touches on trading psychology. Not only that, I like the way they bring examples of their own trading, scientific research, and other people’s habits into their episode topics. It has definitely helped me be a lot more conscious about my emotions, how I approach losses, and just the psychology side of trading in general. I don’t even use Apple Podcast as my listening platform, but I just had to write this review!