Episode 7: How Online Poker and Investing Helps You Calculate Risks and Make Better Decisions

In this episode, we connect with Agustin Lebron, who is an angel investor, consultant, and former electrical engineer. Agustin shares his methodology for calculating risks and the role that online poker played. Agustin also shares why most engineers aren't prepared for a management role.

 

Here is an excerpt from Agustin's book "The Laws of Trading: A Trader's Guide to Better Decision-Making for Everyone (Wiley Trading)."

 

"For years, behavioral and cognitive scientists have shown us how human decision-making is flawed and biased. But how do you learn to avoid these problems in day-to-day decisions where you have to react in real-time? What are the important things to think about and to act on?"

 

We dive into Agustin's decision making process and how engineers can apply these principles.

 

Connect with Agustin on LinkedIn.

 

Listen to his talk at Qualcomm where he discusses The Laws Of Trading and how they can help companies improve their decision-making across the organization.

 

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