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Why do so many traders and investors--ones with sophisticated, powerful, and diligently applied systems--lose? As Jake Bernstein explains in his classic on the psychology of trading and investing, even with the best system the weakest link in the chain is always the trader. The Investor's Quotient offers a complete and highly effective investment psychology regimen that puts traders on the road to consistent profits. Traders will discover practical, proven techniques for sharpening perception; developing positive attitude and confidence; learning from failures; losing less on bad trades and making more on profitable ones; and finding the system best suited to their personalities.
Jake Bernstein (Northbrook, IL) is President of MBH Commodity Advisors, Inc. and publisher of the MBH Weekly Commodity Letter, a newsletter read internationally by those who must keep abreast of market trends and issues. A frequent lecturer and contributor to professional publications, he is also the author of twenty-seven books including Seasonality, How the Futures Markets Work, and Beat the Millennium Crash.
Partial table of contents:
Many Markets-Many Similarities.
The Response Sector.
The Consequences of Behavior.
How to Rectify Trading Errors.
Scheduling and Self-Discipline.
The Importance of Trading with the Trend.
The Role of Advisory Services.
Is This You?
The Broker-Client Relationship.
Social Psychology and the Markets.
The Perceptual Factor.
Minimize Stress-Maximize Health and Profits.
Sex and the Markets: Fact or Fantasy.
Creative Visualization and Guided Imagery.
Why Too Many Traders and Investors Lose.
Overview of "Trading Masters".