The Little Book of Trading

The Little Book of Trading: Trend Following Strategy for Big Winnings

English | ISBN: 1118523903 | 2013 | 256 Pages | EPUB | 1279 KB

This book gives readers tools that the great traders, today's Market Wizards, have used to trade for decades in good markets and bad, up and down. Based on author Michael Covel's own experience trading as well as insights gleaned from leading international trading gurus, the book explains why mutual funds are no longer the investment vehicle of choice for people looking to secure their retirement. Uncertain markets over the past few years have made investors uneasy about even the most "safe" stocks and companies. Every investment seems to risky these days. But the pros know how to beat the market regardless of what is happening in the economy and stock markets. Here the pros share their strategies in digestible, easy to follow strategies. These are tools, concepts, psychologies and philosophies that will keep everyone protected and making money even when the next the surprise crisis, the next bubble happens.
Each chapter of Covel's new book will feature either a top trader or trading firm that has beaten mutual fund performance like a drum. Reading the book will give readers the same money-making knowledge as the most successful investors. This revised edition will have a new chapter 9 along with a new foreword by Cole Wilcox at Longboard Asset Management LLC.


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