The Greatest Trades of All Time: Top Traders Making Big Profits from the Crash of 1929 to Today
Within every market lies opportunity. Whether you're going long or short doesn't matter, it's how you play the game that ultimately counts. The extraordinary individuals examined throughout these pages skillfully identified incredibly profitable opportunities while their counterparts at other institutions either overlooked them or were unwilling to take the risk… See more details below
Within every market lies opportunity. Whether you're going long or short doesn't matter, it's how you play the game that ultimately counts. The extraordinary individuals examined throughout these pages skillfully identified incredibly profitable opportunities while their counterparts at other institutions either overlooked them or were unwilling to take the risk that would eventually bear great financial rewards.
In discovering these various opportunities, these people were able to execute some of the greatest trades of all time. And now, financial journalist and trader Vince Veneziani shows you exactly how they did it.
Engaging and informative, The Greatest Trades of All Time tells the story of fourteen top tradersranging in time from the stock market crash of 1929 to todayand reveals how they positioned themselves to excel while a majority of those around them failed. Here, you'll be introduced to some of the best in the business, including:
- Jesse Livermore, one of the greatest speculators of all time, who not only survived the Panic of 1907 and the Crash of 1929, but came out $100 million richer
- Paul Tudor Jones, whose keen analysis allowed him to predict the 1987 market crash practically to the day (Black Monday) and profit handsomely from it
- George Soros, who netted a total of about $2 billion betting against the British pound during a currency crisis in the 1990s
- David Einhorn, the activist hedge fund manager of Greenlight Capital, whose most famous trades involved the controversial short sales of Allied Capital and Lehman Brothers
- John Paulson, whose bet against subprime mortgages in 2007 returned $15 billion for him and his investors
Along the way, you'll also gain valuable insight into the top traits of these traders as well as how you can effectively re-create some of the strategies that have served them so well.
At the end of the day, it doesn't matter how much capital you start with or what strategy you employ. What really matters is sticking to your trading beliefs and only adjusting them in order to create profits or minimize losses. The Greatest Trades of All Time reveals how the individuals examined throughout these pages achieved this goalas well as captured some of the biggest paydays in historyand shows you what it takes to apply their approaches to your own trading endeavors.
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