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I don't hate the stock, but I can't say I love this newsletter. Its very commercialized in the sense that it is from a large website and you have no access to the experts really. Very similar to the Streets' Under $10 newsletter. SharePlanner.com (also this site) has a a nice Long-Term Investment System which I've subscribed to and found it is much more consistent reliable and not nearly as speculative with my long-term capital.
Brain’s sessions will bring you a key aspect to a new mindset when trading. He will alter your previous practices and beliefs in trading. Brain’s primary concern is not winning trades but protecting capital and evaluating risk. Brain’s style of trading is looking for trend and high probable set-ups with proper stops.
Nolez SAER method completely turned my trading around. His detailed, honest approach redefined my risk parameters and corrected my bad habits as a new trader. In a world of pumped alert rooms, overpriced classes and DVD's, Nolez stands above the fray. He is the consummate professional, his agenda is to educate traders, not hype products or services you don't need. He cares about his students and gets the results you need to be successful.
Schwager did a great job finding some of the best traders to interview. The timing of this was awesome because the book was written shortly after the 1987 crash. Schwagger makes it a point to ask about this to each candidate. The traders interviewed have all very different personalities but as you might have guessed very similar when it comes to discipline and dedication.
My favorite trader interviewed had to be Buzzy Schwartz, what a guy! The more you read the more you get a true feeling of each and every trader. I was wondering who Schwager thought the best trader was? Best would be hard to define though. Ed Sekoya and PTJ would be on the top of my list. I look forward to reading the sequel.
I couldn't believe the detail and depth of this book. It is more than just a look back of Livermoore's life but an insight to a winning traders mindset.
The funny thing is that everything Livermoore went through in the early 1900's is identical to what goes on in today's market. Concerns of stock manipulation, government intervention, high commissions, bubbles, and stock promotion are just a few of the hurdles discussed. It makes you ask the question "do markets really change?"
Livermoore was a trend trader by nature but definitely took a fundamental view as well on the market. I use the ideas discussed in this book everyday in my trading and I highly recommend it for beginners or professional traders.
If you have not read this book it's beyond remarkable. First let me say that Michael Covel is the authority on trend following. His research can not be matched as his work is remarkable. The book entails the actual story of the turtle project and inner workings of Richard Dennis. After reading the book in depth you learn that trend following is more than a technical set of rules but rather a methodology that becomes difficult to fathom.It's true above average returns can be achieved by mechanical systems based solely on price action. Academia and Fundamentalist scoff but they can't compete with the track records of many of the turtles who went on to manage money professionally. This book is a great one to read that could change your entire trading perspective.
The reviewer prior to me hit the nail on the head. I'm also glad to call this place home. What ever trading information I"m looking for I can find here. Reviews, Trading articles, Technical setups, market overview, you name it, SP has got it! This community has the best interest for the traders because it's by TRADERS, not by promoters. Make SP your home page and don't risk searching through the muck!
I have to be honest. I have lost so much money with bulls. They post a trade in the chat room after they are in it. After that they post it on twitter too all their followers. I get in it, but i can never get it at the price they say they got in it. The stock moves up, but they say they've sold it, they tell their followers they sold it on twitter, and it becomes a foot race for everyone else to get out first. So you get in higher than what they did, then you get out lower then they did and then you rinse and repeat. how can you expect to do well with that kind of newsletter. they shouldn't tell everyone what they are doing on twitter, because they trade lots of low volume stocks, and tweet everything they do to over 10k followers so that you are literally competing with other subscribers and twitter people to get in and out first before everyone else. To me, it seems impossible to win with this newsletter.
Freakanomics is a must read as Levitt is an absolute research freak with some of the most random correlations for human behavior. He presents an unbiased look at some of the hard realities that many traditional researches wouldn't touch. Data was collected in many ways that talking heads wouldn't consider official but it allows Levitt to tell a story that needs to be told. It's a great read so do your self a favor and grab the book!
This guy is a fukin idiot. Everything this guy says has an agenda and shouldn't be taken seriously. If it was left up to Moore, he's all want us living under Hugo Chavez's rule. A total d-bag.
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