DislikedIntuition is simply unconscious competence as defined by NLP, not James16 or whoever posted that oft linked thread. Therefore, it goes without saying that one must have a lot of experience watching and participating in markets to even have a trading intuition.
Yes. Rightly Said. Today i just discovered all new behavior pattern in FTSE 100. I could not have discovered that pattern through intuition. It needs experience to discover and then remember those 'human behavior patterns' occurring in the market.
DislikedOur schooling is heavily left brain focused. Many tests are just regurgitation of names, dates, places. Basically, left brain focused education turns people into encyclopedias that really don't know what to do with the information that is being spit out.
Well said. When i started trading business, i discovered we are born and grown up in a way that we are naturally aligned to failure in trading.
To successful trade, one must unlearn bad things and then relearn the right things.
This is precisely the reason why MBA educated financial analyst are not good traders. They use and keep using left brain analysis while best traders use a combination of both right brain and left brain.