Reminiscences of a Stock Operator
Sep10

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Edward Lefevre’s Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is a classic in all senses. Well, in a few. I can base my classic label on the extensive research I’ve done through reading an online Miriam Webster dictionary entry. First of all, the book serves as a standard of excellence in literary work. It is also enduring, since the story is still entertaining and educational now. It’s historically memorable, being that it was...

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Audio Books: Useful multitasking tools
Jul05

Audio Books: Useful multitasking tools

Generally, I find multitasking to be a waste of time. In my experience, you end up with several unfinished tasks, or a few poorly done ones. A few years back I discovered a multitasking tool that I can get behind, audio books. I’ve been able to get through quite a few books on trading, finance, philosophy, history, fiction, you name it, by listening to a lot of them. I think the first book I ever listened to was on economics....

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Trend Following, by Michael Covel
Oct28

Trend Following, by Michael Covel

Trend Following, By Michael Covel   Trend Following[i] Explains the concept of trend following as a trading method. The book clarifies the idea, for those who don’t understand what trend following is. It goes the extra step of providing a compelling argument for the benefit of using trend following in bull and bear markets.   The book profiles various traders and hedge fund managers who follow this methodology. We can see...

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