Street Smarts: High Probability Short Term Trading Strategies Hardcover – Jan 1 1996
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In a day when global money managers am given increasing attention and funds seem to dominate the market arena, it might be difficult to imagine that the small speculator could have much of an edge. Read the first page
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Top Customer Reviews
There is no holy grail or single book that can get you rich. The authors of this book repeatedly say that the strategies are not meant to be mechanical - suggesting that they require flexibility, and the ideas are there to incorporate into your own trading.
I personally would not place much weight on whether this book will make you money or not simply by following the proposed trading 'systems'. Traders are supposed to grow and develop, not copy off some book robotically and become rich.
The book exhibits excellent common sense and simplicity which sometimes traders forget. It will offer you some clarity if you become confused or frustrated with trading. It will also offer the more experienced traders some alternative perspective.
There is probably nothing new in this book that you cannot find elsewhere - but this is probably true for all other trading books.
I do think this book is a bit overpriced - hence 4 stars. On the other hand, I do believe this book is an excellent book in terms of clearing the bunch of mess that is out there with respect to trader education. Simplicity works when applied by the prepared.
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This has helped my trading immeasurably. It is for swing traders. It is very specific about setups, lots of examples, and lots of setups with explanations and wisdom worth... Read morePublished on July 2 2004 by Applying What I Read
Hmmm, this book is way over priced. The bulk of the concepts are not original ideas, most of the concepts were renamed, creating the illusion that this is some pathway to riches. Read morePublished on June 11 2004
First of all this is not a novel. After having spent thousands of dollars and to create a trading library, I can say that this one is the best book about the methodology and... Read morePublished on March 29 2004