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A true story of how a group of random people is selected for a special trading program. They had a 2-week crash course on trading and are left on their own afterward. The result?
They made millions. And this book reveals the story behind it, what they did, and the trading strategy they used. What I like about this book This book is easy and entertaining to read.
And it goes deep into the Trend Following methodology covering risk management, entries, exits, and more. Traders who want to get started on Trend Following. This is the first book Andreas Clenow wrote which explains how a simple trading strategy Trend Following can beat a buy and hold approach, consistently.
He reveals to you the full detail of his trading strategy along with his backtested results. What I like about this book Not only does Andreas Clenow uses statistical evidence and backtested results to back up his claims, he also walks you through the trades the strategy would have executed and the psychological aspect of trading, on a year by year basis. You just need to know the essential stuff — that works. Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets: A Comprehensive Guide to Trading Methods and Applications This book is written in a textbook style covering the essentials of technical analysis like chart patterns, candlesticks, and etc.
You will be equipped with the necessary skill to read a chart and to identify patterns on it. But in reality, you need much more than that. This is for traders learning how to trade and have little to no knowledge of trading. In my opinion, this book is a gem as Adam Grimes has done all the hard work for you. What I like about this book A simple book that shares practical trading concepts and techniques.
Plus it includes a quiz at the end of each chapter so you can test yourself. Best Day Trading Books Unlike the higher timeframes, day trading is fast paced and requires you to make quick decisions. What I like about this book An entertaining read that gives you a real insight into the world of proprietary trading something that is rarely spoken about. Anyone who is a trader, in particular, proprietary traders. Because this book focuses solely on price action trading and is written by Bob Volman, an independent forex trader.
This gave me an insight I never thought of before. This book contains the essential knowledge on how to trade using Market Profile. From there, you can formulate a plan for your trading day. This book is relevant for futures day traders.
So, if you want to get started in Forex trading, then go read these Forex trading books… If you want to know how fundamental data affect the currency markets, then this book is for you.
Also, it includes a few technical trading strategies for you to trade the Forex market. What I like about this book Fundamental analysis explained in a simple step by step manner for the layman.
Forex traders who rely on fundamental analysis in their trading. Then, it tells you why the odds are stacked against you the retail trader and how you can apply specific trading strategies to level the playing field. And I like how it explains the concepts behind why the trading strategies work. Forex traders. However, the tricky part is finding trading systems that work and with proven backtest results.
But Unholy Grail is different. All of these exchanges are they rlse. Ludwig von Mises, the great Austrian economist, emerge. The catallactic concept of exchange ratios and prices 4 Trend Following: How Greot Troders M a k e Millions in Up o r Down Morkefs precludes anything that is the effect of actions of a central authority, of people resorting to violence and threats in the name of society or the state or of an armed pressure group.
In declaring that it is not the business of the government to determine prices, we do not step beyond the borders of logical thinlting.
A government can no more determine prices than a goose can lay hen's eggs. Ilowever, there are disciplined winning altd t1le. Also to consider are men and women trading in the markets with the utmost integrity tlle joy and pain of not nrho achieve spectacular returns year after year.
The relative examine their marltet philosophies and strategies so that you will strcllgdls of these feelings understand what males them successful. IIow do you Ed Seykolo' approach investing? For example, does this describe you? At the end of the Nineties, just when you were feeling good about yourself because you were more secure financially, the dot-com bubble burst, and by the time it was over, you had lost a significant amount of money.
You didn't do anything wrong except follow their advice. Now you doubt that that you will ever meet your investment goals. You've now begun to think that what winning in the markets really requires is just plain dumb luck.
Investing is entertainment for you. Plus, you lilte to boast about your investments to garner the admiration of others. You ltnow you can be depressed and angry when you lose, but you also know that when you win, you feel terrific.
It's a great high. Since your main Chapter 1 Trend Following 5 goal is to invest for cluiclc profits, you're going to lreep on doing what you've always done, bear or bull.
After all, there wis one time a few years ago when trading off a "hot tip" made you a nice profit. There is a much better way to think about investing. IIow would d'? Your approach is objective and rational. You have enough confidence in your own decision-making that you don't scelc out investment recommendations from others.
You're content to wait patiently until the right opportunity comes along.
Yet, you're never too proud to buy a stoclr that is rnalring new highs. Conversely, when you recognize that you are wrong, you exit immediately. You view a loss as an opportunity to learn and move on. You approach your trading as a business, making note of what you huy or sell and why in the same matter-of- fact way that you balance your checlrbook.
By not personalizing your trading decisions, you're able to look fonvard to making them. What a starlr contrast in perspectives. On the other hand, we hope lllld inlponallt you'll find, in Pencl Following, the inspiration to step up to the know when to get out plate and go for it: once hek in.
Do you consider yourself an investor or a trader?
Most people think of themselves as investors. IIowever, if you lcnew that big winners in the marliets call themselves traders, wouldn't you want v' to know why? Simply put, they don't invest, they trade. Invescors put their money, or capital, into a market, lilie stoclcs or real estate, under the assumption that the value of thc entity they invest in will increase over time. As the value increases, so does the person's "investment. Investors typically succeed in bull markets and lose in during the 21 years w e b e bear markets.
Thcy are trading. It is an important distinction. Some people thinlc I! For example, a trend follower's perspective includes patience. Like the African lion waiting for days for the right moment to strike its unsuspecting prey,!
Ideally, traders go short as often as they go long, enabling them 1I to make money in both up and down markets. However, a majority use the word "trucler" of "tmders" won't or can't go short.
What Kind of Trader Are You? The first theory is fundamental analysis, the study of external factors that affect the supply and demand of a particular market. Fundamental analysis Chapter 1 Trend Following 7 pays attention to factors like weather, government policies, M'llenwer w c get a peliorl domestic and foreign political and economic events, price-earnings d p o o r pelformance, ntost ratios, and balance sheets.
By monitoring supply and demand investors conclnde something lntcst befisccl.