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on April 17, 2002
The biggest problems are the apparent survivor bias. Does anyone know how many of these trders are still around actually trading. If they are still doing what they said in the book, some of them should be real heros in the dotcom franzy. But haven't heard of any.
There are occasionally some wisdom come up among pages, but most likely you already heard of them thousands of times. Like "Risk control", "Cut your loss short" ... Even if these wisdom origionally came from this book, but still not worth the time reading it. Sorry
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on December 12, 2003
This book leaves you with nothing more than someone else`s story of how they made it in thier particular time and situation, purely entertainment. What one really needs to do to become a (market wizard) is to read and educate themselves with the proper tools and mindset to understand the workings of how and why market prices move as they do. This book fails to achieve that goal, read (Trading for a Living) by Elder instead, then maybe someday you can become a market wizard instead of just reading about them.
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