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Some highly recommended books

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Has anyone read John Netto's The Global Macro Edge yet?

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"Heads I win, Tails I win", Spencer Jakab...........more geared towards stock and mutual fund managers, and financial pundits. Says the role of a financial talking head, advisor is to say the same thing in a different manner that is contemporary. Finally someone besides me that noticed that expert fundamental analysists of the stock market sounds all the same. all the time.

Book also shows that Bill Miller, (Legg Mason, Value Trust) really blows on a dollar weighted average. Sure he racked up impressive results when he was managing 20 million $, but as his fund got larger and larger to 80 billion he (2005), "the wheels came off". "the assets that he managed at the time of his fall from grace, far exceededhtose when he was building up his track record."

In 1990, I sold my position for a 20% gain, and felt really stupid since. Now I don't feel so bad.

And the book gives a mathematical proof for buy and holding a low cost overall market index fund.

Sorry if I bored/insulted all you balls to the walls futures speculators with milquetoast candy-ass stocks and mutual funds.

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I wanted to share this book I read recently, with you all. Very well put together I might say.

I am baffled how price action of stocks in international markets is such an accurate predictor of % move in local stock prices, that too half a day in advance due to the time difference! I am a big fan of price action trading and this one's clearly a solid solid strategy and probably the simplest one yet to implement. Not sure many of us know about this

This will definitely blow you away.. must read!

https://gumroad.com/l/titan0346

"Simple price action trading strategy to unlock massive stock market profits"

cheers
John

I do not intend to put spoilers here, credit goes to the author of the book. Pl support the author if you're interested or profitable.

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