Oct 4, 2017

Watching The Markets & Taking Notes

I have the habit of taking handwritten notes about the market on my trading journal. Interestingly enough, yesterday I listened to a podcast with Jim Kwik (the founder of Kwik Learning and a widely recognized world expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning was interviewed recently by James Altucher, Ep. 254 of the James Altucher Show) and he mentioned how taking notes by hand strengthens learning. 

Taking handwritten notes not only helps with focus but according to a university study mentioned by Kwik on the podcast, students show both higher levels of understanding and retention. I knew this from personal experience and Kwik just reinforced my conviction with a little bit of science.

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1 comment:

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