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Ed Huang "Obsv66" (Canada)

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Multiple Concertos
Multiple Concertos
Prix : CDN$ 10.75
13 used & new from CDN$ 7.25

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Nice Treat!, Jan. 26 2004
This review is from: Multiple Concertos (Audio CD)
Lively and decent performance, great selection of Bach, nice sound quality, great low CD price.
Alerted by the previous reviewer's comments I bought this CD a week ago and have listened to it many times. I'm very happy with it. Hopefully you will, too.
A Bach fan

Trader Vic--Methods of a Wall Street Master
Trader Vic--Methods of a Wall Street Master
by Victor Sperandeo
Edition: Paperback
Prix : CDN$ 26.32
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very practical about trading, Sept. 3 2001
Some years ago an experienced trader introduced
me to this book. I read it and I learned many
things from it. The main topics in this book
include: Preservation of capital, consistent
profitability, technical analysis and trading
rules, etc. Trader Vic also talked about
macroeconomics and how it affects the stock
market.
One doesn't have to agree on everything trader
Vic said in his book. And I personally believe
that the writing style could be better. The
outstanding points in this book are Mr.
Sperandeo's great insights about trading and
his very practical real-world trading strategies.
This is a book every trader should read.
Rating: 4  Stars

Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders
Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders
by Jack Schwager
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best Book on Trading, Oct. 28 2000
Mr. Schwager interviewed 17 stock and futures market professionals. Many of them have proven highly successful trading records and have been well known to the industry. Intelligent questions and answers are throughout the interviews (although a couple of the traders in the book did not show the same depth in their speech as the others').
One of the most valuable things in the book is that you can learn what's in common (including trading strategies and philosophy)among the very successful traders. This book is highly educational for the new and the experienced traders. It's entertaining in many chapters as well. In my opinion, it's the best book on trading today and will remain the best or one of the best in the coming decades.

The Compleat Day Trader
The Compleat Day Trader
by Jake Bernstein
Edition: Hardcover
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 A professional trader writes 25 books?, Oct. 8 2000
Trading especially short term trading need great concentration and a full-time commitment. Professional traders write few or no book.
Mr. Bernstein's books and articles are everywhere. Sometimes I came across his publications, I scanned through a few pages to see what he had to say about trading. Mr. Bernstein makes statements which are generally safe and easy to say. For example, I read his article the other day. He tells the readers "Do your homework.", "The trend is your friend." etc. Of course, these are the common rules for traders. But what are the concrete steps to implement these rules in the real-life situation? Well, I could hardly find any. On the other hand, he stated in that article: "...I maintain that a good trader can make any system works." I found this statement unprofessional and phony. The reasons:
1. Many systems on the market are just trash and can not be used at all.
2. Good traders wouldn't pick up any system and risk their money with it. Good traders are very selective and only trade a few systems that have proven record and are suitable for their individual styles.
I found similar problems in other works by Mr. Bernstein. Should I bother to buy this book? No, thanks.
I have read books from many different writers and have more than 10 year active trading experience. So I know something.
A few tips(IMO) for choosing good books on trading:
1. Only a small percentage of books on the market are good or great.
2. Popular books are not necessary good books. If you automatically think so, you've probably fallen into "Herd mentality" thinking.
3. Trading is a bottom line business. Find books written by traders who had proven long-term(5 year or more) successful trading records. They are the ones "know how".
4. Be wary of the authors who write many trading books.
Good luck.

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