As we head toward the two week anniversary of the launch of the Trader’s Workshop podcast, I am seeing a few of the same questions over and over, so i thought it might be a good idea just to answer them here!
With a new project, I can usually tell how well I’ve done by the early feedback. For the podcast, the feedback has been outstanding and overwhelmingly positive. People love this format, and love hearing me ramble (hopefully not too aimlessly for too long) on what turn out to be very important trading topics.
Some snippets of early feedback:
- Highly recommended for traders in all stages of development. – HS, Portugal
- Adam has an uncanny ability of being both very in depth while also communicating in a way that is digestible by someone of less experience. It’s like he’s so smart that you would think he would be on the pompous know-it-all side…then hear him break a topic down and realize he’s just a really good dude that is very smart, honest and genuine. – SM, USA
- Best trading education out there: A really must follow and must listen for every trader- beginner or more experienced. I am a long time follower and say honestly, that there is no better education for trading than what Adam is publishing. He is authentic, down to earth realistic with an awesome stringent logic and thinking… And he has a great humor and it is often fun and pleasure to listen to him. – J, Germany
I could go on and on, but just go check out the podcast now. See if you like the format, and see if the material clicks for you.
You can find the podcast pretty much on every podcast outlet. Here’s a menu you can choose from
You can also easily find it on SoundCloud, Google Play, and it should be on your favorite podcast outlet. Just search for it wherever you listen to podcasts. If it isn’t there, let me know and I’ll get it there for you!
So how is this different than the old podcast? (We stole the name MarketLife from the old podcast, so had to rename this one 🙂 ) Basically, I think it’s just “tighter”. I have created a structure here that will develop the skills and perspectives you need for profitable trading. I’ve tried to keep these super casual, so it’s like you and I are sitting down and talking about trading. But, over the course of time, I hope to build a significant body of knowledge that will change the way you approach your trading.
That’s the goal, at least, so let’s see how we get there. For now, just go listen. If you’re so inspired, I’d really appreciate it if you’d leave a review wherever you find the podcast.