This week I interviewed Hans Dederle, the founder and president of Honza Financial – an options trading asset management firm (located in Florida).
Hans originally started out as an accountant, before becoming a stock broker, following that he began to trade independently and now, trades other peoples money as well.
He’s been doing this for just over 8 years now, and one of the things I really liked that come about during our discussion, was how Hans has a laser focus on quality over quantity. As a day trader he averages between 1-3 trades per day, which he’s usually in and out of within the first couple hours of each session.
Which then lead into the topic of making money as a secondary objective, and having a primary objective to consistently make good trades, inline with your strategy. There’s a bunch of great takeaways over the next 45 minutes… enjoy!