thanks for giving us the opportunity to listen to you and asking questions.
"Have you ever talked again with one or more of your interviewed traders, whose opinion about what they told you that time, changed completely with time, meaning they wouldn't undersign that again this time due to new experiences and what kind of statements were that?"
Nowaday it's possible for every novice trader to backtest strategies and so it can can be tested for statistical reliability.
Do you think backtesting is important or do you think it's better to watch price by yourself and manual test your strategy? Because there is no holy grail in trading and market conditions change over time..
What are the top 2 or 3 common traits among the Wizards that you believe were instrumental in creating their success?
In your opinion, is it worthwhile for a typical, less-than-successful trader to attempt to "learn" or emulate these desirable traits, or would you say that these success-generating characteristics are simply part of the Wizards' innate personal makeup and really cannot be developed by someone who does not already possess them?
i really enjoyed your "market wizards" books and find them helpful.
As (to my current knowledge) you concentrated on traders who really grew big and publicly acknowledged, iŽd like to ask you if you did or plan some research on "hidden market wizards" (or maybe even another book?).
With "hidden market wizards" i mean the (as far as i heard from brokers) around 1% private traders who consistently make good money on the account but never show up publicly.
Thank you, i am really looking forward to the webinar,
I read some time ago that George Soros was closing his Hedge Fund because increased government scrutiny was making it difficult and cumbersome to operate Hedge Funds. Are Hedge Funds becoming a thing of the past? Would you recommend that one start and operate a Hedge fund as a superior method to create wealth?