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  • Trade Like a Shark: The Naked Trader: How to Eat and Not Get Eaten in the Stock Market

  • By: Robbie Burns
  • Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
  • Length: 6 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (70 ratings)

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Trade Like a Shark: The Naked Trader: How to Eat and Not Get Eaten in the Stock Market

By: Robbie Burns
Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
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Summary

Take a bite out of the markets with the Naked Trader! This audiobook is for anyone who really wants to consistently make money trading shares.

Trading and investing can be tough - most fail. The human mind is to blame. It’s prone to emotion, cluttered with distractions like Twitter and social media, easily trapped by scams. But it’s possible to make money in the markets - and to do so reliably.

Robbie Burns, aka The Naked Trader, has been trading successfully from his home for 15 years - making over £2m tax-free (while eating a lot of toast and watching Game of Thrones). He’s also met and helped thousands of fellow traders at his seminars, seen every possible trading meltdown, and knows exactly what can go wrong - but also how to put it right. In Trade Like a Shark, Robbie uses his unique firsthand experience and the real-life stories traders have shared with him to expose exactly how the human mind can play havoc with your trading. At the same time he reveals his tried-and-tested methods for overcoming it, showing how to be a shark, gobbling up money from the "fish" who are full of fear, greed, and other emotions. (And also why modelling yourself on Mr Spock can work wonders).

If you’ve run into problems trading in the stock market - or just want to reinforce good habits - there is no better or wittier guide to the pitfalls that are out there, and some surprisingly effective ways to overcome them. It's a must-listen-to book on trading psychology - without the jargon. Listen to it and take your trading to the next level now!

©2016 Harriman House (P)2019 Harriman House

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God-awful narration!

Within a few minutes of listening to the book, I knew that this was going to be a hard ‘listen’. The narrator is truly awful! God knows how he ever got a job doing this. The book itself is alright, but is basically a re-cap of The Naked Trader, not providing much in terms of additional value.

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Highly recommended

Great overview of trading psychology without the jargon. Plus I emailed Robbie with a question and he responded that day. Brilliant. I can't imagine Jeffrey Archer doing that!

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Great content not keen on narrator

I love Robbie’s books. Lots of useful information explained simply and with humour. His latest edition of The Naked Trader however has a much better narrator. The performance in this one sounds very wooden.

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Good Read, not so great Listen

Another excellent easy to follow guide by Robbie "TheNakedTrader" Burns, good clues to the psychology of trading and explains a lot about what makes my trading style so crap at best.

Unfortunately and I am sorry to say it, the narration is terrible! sorry Thomas but everything stated is so over the top with pauses and emphasis where there should not be pauses and emphasis and places for pause and emphasis that did not get it. I imagine it a really challenging gig narrating a book like this and I am sure and if this was a novel then your style of delivery would be top draw.

Robbie, I really looking forward to the NT5 update and really hope you find the time to narrate this yourself.

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Great book, worst narrator

I love all of Robbie burns books, I love them on audible even more because the narrator makes them amazing. This book on the other hand. What was Robbie thinking, the narrator can barley read. It made me want to literally kill myself. The information in the book it great but I will have to get a paperback because I can't listen to this guy any longer. Ruined. I don't understand. What's up with this narrator. He seems angry nothing like Robbie. More like one of those narrator bots on your phone or Siri. It's horrible. I cannot take his voice.

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cheap therapy for traders

Great read for those interested in trading psychology, super narration and entertaining read. Robbie Burns at his best.

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Terrible narrator

I own and have read the book but wanted a different way to ‘reread’ it.

Couldn’t get past the first chapter as the narrator is awful. Sounds like he’s trying too hard to be earnest and serious. A shame because I really enjoy Robbie’s books because he has a light touch and humour which does not sit well with this person’s narration style. Will be returning it straight away.

Bring back Robbie.

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Narration is making this impossible to finish

i have a number of NT books, why is Robbie not reading this? The narration is so poor I can't complete this and will have to return it back to Audible.

it is being read like a novel and it is also very robotic. it is the first book I have to return because of this.

I will have to get the Kindle version instead.

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A voice you want to punch

The book is okay, a bit of a cash-in as it just expands on the psychological elements mentioned in his main book. Basically, don't be an idiot, trading is like gambling in that it requires analysis and work. Anyone who has played poker properly and successfully will already understand this. But the narration... Dreadful. Try the sample now. Just sound normal/likeable, mate.

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a worthwhile warning about trading

More of a self help book than a trading textbook. Valuable content when paired with the naked trader.
The narration is cringe worthy and very over the top. I found it unbearable at less than 1.5x speed