Tuesday, 19 January 2021

AlphaMind Podcast Season 2 Episode 1 - 10 Pieces of Killer Insights and Enduring Wisdom for Traders


Welcome to 2021

In the first AlphaMind Podcast of the year, co-hosts Steven and Mark shared 10 powerful insights and pieces of wisdom they feel will help traders to become better more productive in 2021.

Listen: https://link.chtbl.com/NY2021

Youtube: https://youtu.be/YdMEnNDDPtU

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The AlphaMind Podcast is Sponsored by the Society Of Technical Analysts Limited


The AlphaMind Podcast 

The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



The Sign-Up for the AlphaMind Newsletter

The AlphaMind Newsletter is a free bi-weekly email, that explores how people develop, cultivate and grow optimal mindsets, behaviours and attitude for better and more productive performance when engaged in risk taking activities in Financial Markets.

Sign-up here.

The AlphaMind Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email info@alpharcubed.com or steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com.


AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy.

Tuesday, 22 December 2020

AlphaMind Newsletter 2 - Dec 2020

We are delighted to present our second newsletter, this includes our 2 most recent AlphaMind Podcast interviews with two of the traders featured in 'Unknown Market Wizards', Chris Camillo and Marsten Parker. We also feature an excellent article by AlphaMind Podcast co-host Mark Randall, titled “Deep Now”: Empowering the Minds of Traders & Investors. 

To view the Newsletter, go to this link 

Our first newsletter was produced in November and be viewed here

You can subscribe for our future Newsletters here

AlphaMind focuses on helping traders and investors develop the mindset and winning mental attitudes needed for success, 'Producing Alpha', in financial markets. 


Friday, 18 December 2020

“Deep Now”: Empowering the Minds of Traders & Investors


Ever since man began to trade, he or she has sought the best ways of making it a profitable experience.

Superior product and market knowledge, better analysis and information, knowing the competitors, being aware of risks and having a plan all came together to hopefully help the profits roll in. But the general consensus is that the majority of folk trading in financial markets, be they professional or retail, have a very tough time making money.

It is often thought that success is down to a magic formula, and that failure is down to gaps in that formula, such as a lack of product knowledge, low market intellect, not having a plan or process and having no sense of risk management. Whilst there may be some truth there, that sounds far too convenient. If it was that formulaic, it would be relatively easy to correct.  

What the formula misses is one key component, we can call it ‘natural smartness’, savviness, being marketwise, being able to feel the market to become part of the market. Collectively this is termed ‘The Inner Game’, but it is in fact a lot deeper than that. Amrit Saal one of the exceptional traders featured in Jack Schwager’s new book, ‘Unknown Market Wizards’, called it  “Deep now”, where your ‘true edge’, your awareness, your curiosity, your resilience to adversity and your attention to commit to rock solid processes drive your trading performance.

This paragraph is an excerpt from Amrit Saal’s interview with Jack Schwager, in Unknown Market Wizards.

Jack Schwager wrote that Amrit has one of the best track records he has ever encountered. In a 13-year career he has achieved an average annual compounded return in excess of 300%.

Now within that Inner Game battle is the biggest disrupter of all, stress. The knotted stomach, gut wrenching version of it that sits waiting for its moment to dissolve what edge you had and confine it to the history books. The impact of stress on your trading game is profound.

Let us explain, under stress you will have spotlight vision, lack of self-care, little innovation, a lagged response, reduced ability to communicate effectively, increased error vulnerability and depleted resilience... not to mention a chemical stress response that ruins sleep and your ability to rest – which at a fundamental level of being, your brain cannot do without. This is not a mental state that will make you money!

So, what’s the answer? self-help books and currently available online training give a hint but hold back from real answers and any real context from not having experienced first-hand the rigors and challenges of the world of trading. This is where our AlphaMind Trader Mental Strength Programme comes into play.

The AlphaMind programmes are not aimed at making quick fixes or providing a hacks. You cannot develop the mental skills needed at the flick of a switch, or merely by reading a book or watching a 5 minute YouTube video. This is a major mistake many traders make. Trading is not a formula, and the hardest part of trading, is developing these mental skills which bring the structure you need which supports the strategies and processes that are so vital to your success.

Attendees to this ground-breaking AlphaMind Trader Mental Strength Programme will learn how to

Awaken a deep self that operates at an optimal level of elite performance

Train you to switch off the disruptive negative triggers and engage with the smartest piece of trading technology you have access to… Your Mind

Give you a toolkit to put structure into process

Increase your markets composure and resilience to take shock and release from shock

Awaken and broaden your market awareness and alpha opportunities

Get closure on tough trading days to be able to release to rest

Meta power your day with powerful micro breaks

Proactively manage process killing distractions

Understand your stress response and learn how to pro-actively control it

Seek your true purpose and translate that into defining your trader rhythm

The reason why the AlphaMind Trader Mental Strength Programme is so effective is down to the authenticity of delivery. It is co-created and delivered by ex-market seasoned professionals with decades of experience in the trenches who have turned trading learning on its head, shaken the tree and coded what is probably the most effective training programme for traders and investment professionals as well as leaders and managers anywhere in the world.

To know more about this programme, email us at ceo@markrandallconsultancy.com or info@alpharcubed.com.

Markets are not getting any easier, investing in the right training has never been more important. It is an investment in yourself, it is the most important investment you can ever make to develop and sustain your edge. 

We look forward to hearing from you.



The AlphaMind Podcast 

The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



The Sign-Up for the AlphaMind Newsletter

The AlphaMind Newsletter is a free bi-weekly email, that explores how people develop, cultivate and grow optimal mindsets, behaviours and attitude for better and more productive performance when engaged in risk taking activities in Financial Markets.

Sign-up here.

The AlphaMind Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email info@alpharcubed.com or steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com.


AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy.

Tuesday, 1 December 2020

AlphaMind Podcast Episode 59: Chris Camillo - Market Wizard: Finding Treasure in the Markets.


Our guest this week is Chris Camillo, a unique and quite astonishing trader. Chris was recently featured in the Jack Schwager’s new book, ‘Unknown Market Wizards’. The title chapter for Chris’s interview was ‘Neither’, and it referred to Chris’s approach to trading, which didn’t make use of neither Fundamental Analysis nor Technical Analysis.

Chris uses a unique approach to trading which he calls Social Arbitrage. It could best be described as ‘Observational Awareness’. Chris is also a big fan of the work of Peter Lynch, one of the legends of investing and author of one of the most influential books on trading and investing, ‘One up on Wall Street. Like Lynch, Chris seeks to find the long shots from which can produce "tenbaggers", trades or investments that have strong growth potential compared to the initial investment. However, unlike Lynch, Chris doesn’t crawl through company financial data, investigate the make-up of the board, or find opportunities within company accounts, instead he looks for information from the social environment that detects change early and then connects that change to investable opportunities.

Chris has achieved incredible success in trading by searching out for new trends, without needing to carry out any fundamental analysis or technical analysis. He looks for information imbalances which find cheap value and exits when he gets what he considers ‘information parity’.

In this interview Chris shares his passion with us, and talks about the challenges of trading, the advantages of being a retail investor, his love of the treasure hunt, and his dislike for trading using standard practices. He also tells us about the company he bought and sold ‘Ticker Tag’, which he would use to analyse twitter data for social arbitrage opportunities and identifying new trends hidden within the conversations on Twitter.

We had a lot of fun with Chris on this great chat. As you will hear, Chris is full of passion for what he does in his work and in life in general. He also is involved increasingly in philanthropic causes and raising money for charity and plans to move his trading into a foundation to invest and make money for paediatric causes that are close to his heart.

You can find out more about Chris at the following resources:

Chris YouTube Channel
And their Twitter handle @DumbMoneyTV
Chris’s own Twitter handle is @chriscamillo


To hear a Soundbite of the Podcast, listen here:



Podcast Episode links: 
🎧‬iTunes
🎧‬Spotify
🎧‬YouTube

The AlphaMind Podcast 

The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



The Sign-Up for the AlphaMind Newsletter

The AlphaMind Newsletter is a free bi-weekly email, that explores how people develop, cultivate and grow optimal mindsets, behaviours and attitude for better and more productive performance when engaged in risk taking activities in Financial Markets.

Sign-up here.

The AlphaMind Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email info@alpharcubed.com or steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com.


AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy.

Sunday, 29 November 2020

AlphaMind Podcast Episode 58: Marsten Parker - Market Wizard: The Spirit of Experimentation


Marsten Parker is one of the featured traders in Jack Schwager’s Unknown Market Wizards, the 5th book in the iconic Market Wizards series.

Marsten is the only truly systematic trader featured in Unknown Market Wizards. Marsten started off as a software engineer before he developed his interest in trading after his company IPO’s and he found himself with a considerable shareholding. After leaving his company, and ignited by a new interest in markets, Marsten started trading fulltime in 1998. He soon moved from discretionary trading to systematic trading and developed his own 100% mechanical/quantitative strategies. 

His track record and consistency have been exceptional and over 22 years his average annual return has been in excess of 20%, with only 2 losing years.

In addition to trading, Marsten has developed his own Multi-Strategy Portfolio-Level Backtesting Software called RealTest. This software is unique in being able to test out multiple strategies at the same time 

A key feature of Marsten’s success has been his curiosity and willingness to experiment and try new things, constantly looking to build upon and improve previous iterations and to constantly test out his ideas and assumptions. Marsten terms this his ‘Spirit of Experimentation’ a term which perhaps describes one of the key aspects of Marsten’s mindset and overall philosophy, which has been a key pillar of his success.

One of the Real Surprises of this interview was, as you will hear, Marsten’s admission that he doesn’t even like trading that much, his real passion is designing and testing computer software. Trading if anything is the vehicle which allows him to pursue that passion. And perhaps somewhere within there maybe the secret to his success in that it ensures he does not get too attached and hung-up on the day to day outcomes of his trading. 

Despite his admission by Marsten, he has achieved outstanding performance and consistency as a trader and also software designer. In addition, Marsten is also a classically trained violinist, who had his interest in software design and the series of events which followed not occurred, we may have heard of him achieving success in a very different field.

We hope you enjoy the conversation.

You can find out more about Marsten and his RealTest product at:

https://mhptrading.com

You can follow Marsten on Twitter: @mars10p

To hear a Soundbite of the Podcast, listen here:




Podcast Episode links: 
🎧‬iTunes
🎧‬Spotify
🎧‬YouTube

The AlphaMind Podcast

The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



The AlphaMind Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email info@alpharcubed.com or steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com.


AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy. 

Wednesday, 11 November 2020

STA Jack Schwager Fireside Chat - Nov 2020


Thank you to the Society of Technical Analysts for hosting last nights Live Webinar with myself and Jack Schwager. The audience asked some fantastic questions and my only regret was that we didn't have enough time to ask and answer everyone's questions. 

To view video of this live webinar - Click Here

The Webinar was timed to coincide with the launch of Jack Schwager's new book 'Unknown Market Wizards'. You can also hear our AlphaMind Podcast interview with Jack Schwager from last week at this link. or view it in our YouTube channel at this link


AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy 

The AlphaMind Newsletter

Why not sign up for the AlphaMind Newsletter? 

The AlphaMind Newsletter is a free bi-weekly email, that explores how people develop, cultivate and grow optimal mindsets, behaviours and attitude for better and more productive performance when engaged in risk taking activities in Financial Markets.

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The AlphaMind Podcast


The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email 




Monday, 9 November 2020

How to Overcome 'Fear of Failure' by Developing a Growth Mindset for Trading Success.


One lesson is that early failure doesn’t necessarily mean long-term failure and the other lesson is that to be a Market Wizard you have to have perseverance.’ - Jack Schwager - The AlphaMind Podcast. 

As I read through the latest version of the iconic Market Wizards books, where Jack Schwager interviews traders who have achieved outstanding success, against the odds, it occurred to me that if there was a red thread which seems to run through each of these books. The red thread is that in almost all cases, the traders suffered serious, sometimes devastating early career failures and setbacks. In my recent interview with Jack for the AlphaMind podcast, I asked him about this. He reminded me of a trader from his first book, Michael Marcus, who over a 10-year period managed to turn $30,000 into a stunning $80,000,000. However, Michael blew-up his account on several occasions, before he started to turn the corner and start on the path which lead to such great success. 

In the quote which started this article, Jack was referring directly to Marcus, however he could have been talking about almost any of the traders featured in any of the Market Wizards books. Ray Dalio, who built the world’s largest Hedge Fund, Bridgewater Associates, told Jack that he was nearly wiped out early in his career as a young commodities trader. As for Bridgewater, it almost went broke even before it became established, “I’d lost so much money I couldn’t afford to pay the people who worked with me. One by one, I had to let them go,” Dalio wrote. “To make ends meet, I even had to borrow $4,000 from my dad until we could sell our second car.” 

The biggest obstacle to trading success, is not failure itself, but ‘Fear of Failure’.

Failure is something we all must experience in order to grow; avoidance of failure holds you back from growing. When I was a trader, I kept this quote by Baseball legend Babe Ruth glued to my trading desk; ‘Never let fear of striking out keep you from playing the game’. I like many people was prone to ‘safety behaviours’, the aim of the quote was to trigger me out of that mindset. 

We are not helped by many of the messages we are taught early in our lives. Our education system rewards success and punishes failure, thus propagating this ‘fear of failure’ notion at an early age and setting it deep in our unconscious. Cultural memes, such as ‘failure is not an option’, only seek to reinforce this. 

In addition, we tend to naturally avoid risk, who wouldn’t prefer safety and security over danger and uncertainty. This brain’s defence mechanism aims to keep us alive and away from dangerous situations. It is not just physical threats, but psychological threats it seeks to avoid. The brain and our nervous system try to shield us from things like shame, embarrassment, and failure. Our tolerance for emotional discomfort is extremely low causing us to seek the elimination of risk and a preference for choosing less risky options, over risker choices that may produce better outcomes. 

Failure is an Option

Playing it safe entails many risks, particularly in a game like trading, which requires taking risk in order to succeed. One of the points I feel Jack is trying to make clear is that ‘failure is an option’, and perhaps a necessary one for success in the world of trading. These don’t have to be catastrophic failure, just ones that involves sufficient amounts of emotional pain, and a response which receives this as a feedback and new learning, as opposed to flight and avoidance. 

Failure is something that so many of the most successful people in all fields were willing to embrace on the journey to greatness.

“I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan.

“Failure is an option here. If things are not failing, you are not innovating enough.” - Elon Musk.

“Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently.” - Henry Ford.

The Power of a ‘Growth Mindset’.

One of the most influential books on Human Potential in recent years is Carol Dweck’s book ‘Growth Mindset, Changing the Way You Think to Fulfil Your Potential’.

The essence of Carol’s Growth Mindset philosophy is that we are governed by two main mindsets, A Growth Mindset and Fixed Mindset. As we navigate our way through the world, we tend to switch between these two polar opposite mindsets. However, the more we adopt a Growth Mindset the better our chances of achieving success, whereas when we adopt a Fixed Mindset, we are more likely to become stuck in a pattern of unhelpful and sometimes self-sabotaging behaviours. 

People with a ‘Growth Mindset’ embrace failure, they do not see failure as a series of setbacks, but as part of the process which will take them to success.  The following table highlight some of the attitude differences between people who are predominately Growth mindset, versus Fixed Mindset. 

How to cultivate a ‘Growth Mindset’

Everyone had the ability to develop a Growth Mindset, however often our prevailing mindset is Fixed, or we are easily be triggered into a Fixed Mindset. However, resilience, growth and success usually stem from a Growth Mindset. Here a few things you can do to move towards a Growth Mindset. 

1. Own Your Successes and Your Failures. 

I developed a mantra in my latter trading years which took the line of ‘Embrace Failure, embrace success, learn to love your losses, own everything which happens to you’. This mantra and mindset coincided with my best years. Trading is a lonely world and we are easily forced into a fixed or negative mindset which can see us avoid responsibility, hide and seek to blame others. You must own everything you do in trading and try to foster a mindset which will helps not hinders you. Try developing your own mantra’s and affirmations or use quotes which can inspire and remind you. Make them visible and view them regularly.  

2. Develop Your Relationship with Losing.

No pain no gain: You cannot win and not take risks, if you seek to avoid them, you’ll merely suffer a slow demise. The mantra above, where I said ‘learn to love your losses’, made them easier to bare, easier to manage, and I then viewed them as a necessary evil on the journey to success.

3. Make Everything You Do A Learning Opportunity.

Many of the best traders devote an inordinate amount of time studying their behaviours and actions. They look at their loses and their wins and seek to learn from them all. Your wins hold the behavioural DNA to your success, likewise your losses illuminate parts of your behavioural DNA that you need to address. Every action holds a clue. Journals are one of the best tools for enabling this process. 

4. Seek Feedback and External Observations.

The above learning will be far more effective if it is accompanied by feedback. The more feedback you can get it, the better it is for you. The market is always giving you feedback, if you keep a journal at the same time, you can match your feedback to what prompted your decisions. If you have others who can provide feedback, even better. 

5. Develop the Process, Don’t Be Fooled by The Outcomes.

Trading is a process of skill, but it relies to a high degree on randomness. A poor trader can have winning periods, whilst a strong trader can suffer a long period of losing. However, over time the skilled trader wins out, and the lucky trader eventually disappears. It is the process which matters, focus on the process, assess how well you are progressing, outcomes do matter, but try and balance them. 

6. Work on Your Development, and Keep Working on It.

Mastery comes from always developing, always growing, always getting stronger. Growth Mindset traders always look to grow, they never feel they are the finished article. I coached 3 of the traders featured in Jack Schwager’s new book, ‘Unknown Market Wizards’. Someone asked me, “If they were such great traders, why did they need coaching”. That is a Fixed Mindset question. I responded, “It wasn’t because they were great traders that they needed coaching, it was because they were great traders that they sought coaching.” 

Great sportspeople, great leaders, great artists all seek coaching to improve themselves. If trading is a skill, then your ability can be improved, but if you believe you are good because you have a gift, then that is probably as far as you can go. 




The AlphaMind Podcast

The AlphaMind podcast is co-hosted by Steven Goldstein and Mark Randall, market veterans with over seven decades between them in the financial markets. The podcast delves into the lives and stories of extraordinary guests whose experiences provide a fresh and powerful lens through which to understand the mental, emotional, psychological and behavioural challenges people face when encountering risk and uncertainty in financial markets. To find out more visit the AlphaMind podcast website

The AlphaMind Podcast is produced in partnership with 'The Society of Technical Analysts'.



The AlphaMind Trader Performance Coaching Programme

Our powerful Trader Performance Coaching Programme focuses on helping people develop and improve the key risk skills, abilities and mindsets which contribute to trading performance mastery.

This programme makes use of our unique and powerful ‘Human Alpha Performance Model’ which helps illuminate the human aspects of the risk process as people navigate their way through the Financial Markets. The model helps people make sense of their behaviours when taking and managing risk in the financial markets, whilst the coaching helps people to make key changes and adjustments which drives growth in risk capability and personal performance.

This programme has been delivered over the past 10 years to people at many of the world’s leading trading and investment firms.

Click here to find our more about the programme, or email info@alpharcubed.com or steven.goldstein@alpharcubed.com.



AlphaMind is a collaborative project between Steven Goldstein of AlphaRCubed Ltd and Mark Randall of The Mark Randall Consultancy. 


AlphaMind Podcast Season 2 Episode 1 - 10 Pieces of Killer Insights and Enduring Wisdom for Traders

Welcome to 2021 In the first AlphaMind Podcast of the year, co-hosts Steven and Mark  shared 10 powerful insights and pieces of wisdom they ...