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Mastering your trading psychology with Jason McIntosh

Season 7, Ep. 22

Join us on the Equity Mates podcast as we talk to Jason McIntosh, founder of Motion Trader, about the key education pillars he uses in his investing strategy. From managing emotions and forming good habits, to understanding your trading DNA and the importance of recovery, Jason shares valuable insights to help investors make better decisions. He also provides tips on finding information and inspiration when investing, including the tools and resources he uses to stay informed. Don't miss this episode to discover how you can improve your investment approach with the guidance of an expert.


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