Trading Strategies From a Trading Skeptic

Overview

Fact: 95% of short-term traders lose money. Even worse, the average stock-picking newsletter has returned -3.7% annually over the past 30 years!(Source: Jack Schwager, Market Sense and Nonsense). Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds of becoming a successful trader, it is not only possible, but also probable. But you need to be pointed in the right direction. Inside, you will find the roadmap to becoming a successful systematic trader from a trading skeptic who has never trusted a guru or talking head marched...
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Overview

Fact: 95% of short-term traders lose money. Even worse, the average stock-picking newsletter has returned -3.7% annually over the past 30 years!(Source: Jack Schwager, Market Sense and Nonsense). Despite the seemingly insurmountable odds of becoming a successful trader, it is not only possible, but also probable. But you need to be pointed in the right direction. Inside, you will find the roadmap to becoming a successful systematic trader from a trading skeptic who has never trusted a guru or talking head marched on TV if he can't test their ideas. Here are the highlights:
  • How to automate your trading by working 10x smarter so you can make 10x more money, at 10x the speed, all while having 10x more free time and fun.
  • How to ditch your trading hobby and create your trading business.
  • How to cash in on a $25,000 reward for this one idea.
  • The greatest enemy to your success as a trader.
  • What the Holy Grail of trading is, and more importantly, what it isn't.
  • How to overcome the pitfalls of back-testing before you blow out your account.
  • The "make it or break it" test you must subject every trading strategy to. If it doesn't pass this, it won't work with real money.
  • Why technical analysis is not only dead, it was dead on arrival.
  • The trick to speed up your system design process from months to less than a week.
  • How to profit from a simple change in trading that exposes the flaw of a multimillion-dollar industry.
  • And much more...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780989483308
  • Publisher: Joshua Tree Financial, Inc.
  • Publication date: 5/30/2013
  • Pages: 186
  • Sales rank: 1,187,326
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Dan Murphy is a personal trader specializing in automated, hands-free trading. He is originally from Napa, California and enjoys a fresh glass of red wine from his uncle's vineyard. He is also skeptical of wines with high prices, climate change, and all forms of quackery.
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