The documentary is a fascinating and brief slice in the work life of Paul Tudor Jones, one of America’s all time great macro traders.
There’s this one moment that really stands out to me, where Jones, after losing about 5% of his portfolio in a single terrible trading day (at that time, ~$6M dollars), says this:
TED talk notes #4, Charles Leadbetter: Education innovation in the slums
Monday November 02, 2020
in slums to make things work: pull not push (they need to demand, seek learning) make learning second, activity/interest first, “teach through” (eg, learn music theory THROUGH playing instruments) mass education started with social entrepreneurship model in 19th century (in other words, innovative, grounds-up individuals and ideas with creative sources of funding) current school system is […]
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“The money’s irrelevant but it’s the whole concept of having analysis that’s just so completely off the mark. It’s a mental blow, it’s an intellectual blow, and it’s part of the business. This is going to happen a thousand times in the next five years to me, so it’s just something you learn to live with. I hate it.”
Morocco Autos Market Report 2010-2025
Sunday October 18, 2020
Morocco Autos Market Report 2010-2025 features historical data and insights plus professional forecast on new vehicles sales by type, manufacturer, brand and model providing an easy-to-use picture of current and future competitive landscape. Research Contents Focus2move Automotive Market Reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview about this market including information on the cars and light commercial market […]
Talk about timeless advice.
First, his focus on PROCESS and ANALYSIS instead of outcome.
Second, his mental preparation for future pain. On the heels of a terrible performance, he reminds himself that this is going to happen 1000 MORE TIMES in the next 5 years.
Pretty remarkable. I encourage you to watch it, as he’s apparently known for trying to remove publicly available copies of this documentary.