Doug Hirschhorn

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Doug Hirschhorn (2009)

Dr. Doug Hirschhorn (born 1972, in Miami, Florida) is an American Peak Performance Coach for Portfolio Managers at Hedge Funds. He is a frequent contributor to CNBC and an author.

Biography

Doug Hirschhorn received his B.A. from Colgate University in 1994, and went on to earn an M.S. in Exercise Science in 2000 from Southern Connecticut State University.[1] In 2005, he received a Ph.D. in Psychology (with an emphasis in sport psychology) from Capella University. He is currently the chief executive officer of Edge Consulting LLC, a firm specializing in Peak Performance Coaching for Portfolio Managers and Principals of Elite Hedge Funds.

Dr. Doug Hirschhorn is the author of three books, "Trading Psychology Playbook" (2013), 8 Ways to Great: Peak Performance on the Job and In Your Life (2010) and The Trading Athlete: Winning the Mental Game of Online Trading (2001).

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