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@MiningBookGuy@nicholaslepan - i disagree that "the majority of business is run by accountants and lawyers". many, many businesses are run by people without formal education. and even if they're educated, they are much more about marketing, deal-making, and various 'emotional' things. if you're thinking of old, staid Fortune 500 companies, you might be right. But in no way are accountants/lawyers at the heart of most businesses.
but to your points about 'average' investor vs 'pro' investor, i agree with you. whether it's a warren buffett or the trading legends in #MarketWizards, we wouldn't be discussing them if they were too emotional.
and to @Allan's points - i think it makes sense for the typical junior CEO to be 'more emotional' than a 'pro investor'. junior CEOs are entrepreneurs...gotta sell! but it's a good idea to NOT confuse entrepreneurship and investing/trading. i struggle with this from my own experience...2 different mindsets #entrepreneurship#business#investing#emotion