Hans Dederle says, “Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.”
Hans grew up in Long island, New York.
He started his business career as a junior account rep while getting his bachelors in Business Administration. Hans then became a stock broker at Emmett A Larkin and worked there for 2 years until he realized his calling as a stock trader, which he has done now for about 8 years. He is featured on multiple podcasts, published on thestreet.com and is growing as a top alternative investment fund manager in Florida.
Hans achieved his dreams of being a successful stock trader and being financially independent. He is now active on his next goals to build one of the most successful managed investment firms in Florida, and to create a non profit that teaches young students the basics of business and gives them a foundation upon which they too can become entrepreneurs.
- How do you become a pioneer in a world of disadvantages?
- How does a day trader perform successfully by following what the market movers and shakers do, when they have a different strategy altogether and they hold stocks for longer periods?
- How does a day trader continue education to stay on top of things, or is that solely from the school of hard knocks?
- For someone new to this, is there a period they should trade stocks on paper before putting in actual cash?
- How do you take the leap from a one man band to building a firm?
- How do you overcome failure and then fear of failure after hurdles?
- What can you do to change your mindset to keep moving ahead?
- What are some of the basics of successful business that has worked very well for you?
- How do you deal with hearing “no.”
This is a very fun interview with Hans Dederle, financially independent stock trader.
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