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The Signal and the Noise.... Nate Silver

Reading this one currently, actually reading about 3 books at once, excited about this one as well.

The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail--but Some Don't, New York Times Best Seller

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I'm currently reading : Trend Following with Managed Futures: The Search for Crisis Alpha.

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I'm currently reading : Trend Following with Managed Futures: The Search for Crisis Alpha.


Is that the one with the 800-year trend study of markets?

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Is that the one with the 800-year trend study of markets?

Yes

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Another plug for Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas, excellent book.

If you're past the beginner stage, you will (IMO) see yourself in the text you are reading and completely relate to what the author is saying.

https://www.amazon.com/Trading-Zone-Confidence-Discipline-Attitude/dp/0735201447/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

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"Taoist on Wall Street". Great entertainment. But the only thing I learned was adhering to the shaolin taoist philosophy is really easy behind the monastery wall. Experience the stress of holding a large position is something else.

"Money Game", by Adam Smith. No, not the Wealth of Nations Adam Smith. The 1976 book totally rips apart professional money managers and technical analysis. "Money Game" makes the argument that money managers majored in humanities in college because they are math challenged. And they ended up in finance and money management because that was the only field that paid worth a damn. And the key to being a successful money manager is being able to talk a good game to get more and more new customers to replace the customers that figure out that they aren't worth a damn.

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Buy low sell high advanced trading strategy

This ebook is quite unique.

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The 1976 book totally rips apart professional money managers ...the key to being a successful money manager is being able to talk a good game to get more and more new customers to replace the customers that figure out that they aren't worth a damn.

And still true in 2017.

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buy low sell high e book


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This ebook is quite unique.


Have you used this method yet? I am going to go for it.

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Trading in the Zone by Mark Douglas

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