My Disturbing Nature

A trader’s tale of two identities

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I’m working on an early-decision application to my dream school.

Reading a book on trading psychology, I found myself questioning every interaction I have with the world. Two of my core identities were in conflict; they always were, I just never knew.

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Now a top writer in Investing! Market lover, relentless trader, financier… I write about Bitcoin, money, trading, self dev, and anything that blows my mind.

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Prerit Das

Prerit Das

Now a top writer in Investing! Market lover, relentless trader, financier… I write about Bitcoin, money, trading, self dev, and anything that blows my mind.

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