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The last decade has left people terrified of even the safest investment opportunities. This fear is not helping would-be investors who could be making money if they had a solid plan. The Little Book of Trading teaches the average person rules and philosophies that winners use to beat the market, regardless of the financial climate.
The market has always fluctuated, but savvy traders know how to make money in good times and bad. Drawing on author Michael Covel's own trading experience, as well as insights from legendary traders, the book offers sound, practical advice in an easy to understand, readily digestible way. The Little Book of Trading:Identifies tools, concepts, psychologies, and philosophies that keep people protected and making money when the next market bubble or surprise crisis occursFeatures top traders in each chapter that have beaten the market for decades, providing readers with their moneymaking knowledgeShows how traders who beat mutual fund performance make money at different times, not just from stocks alone
Most importantly, The Little Book of Trading explains why mutual funds should not be the investment vehicle of choice for people looking to secure retirement, a radical realization highlighting the changed face of investing today.
Table of Contents:
Chapter One -- Stick to Your Knitting (Gary Davis, Jack Forrest, and Rick Slaughter).
Chapter Two -- Someone's Gotta Lose for You to Win (David Druz).
Chapter Three -- No Guts, No Glory (Paul Mulvaney).
Chapter Four -- In a Land Far, Far Away from Wall Street (Kevin Bruce).
Chapter Five -- Think Like a Poker Player and Play the Odds (Larry Hite).
Chapter Six -- Stand Up, Dust Yourself Off, and Keep Going (David Harding).
Chapter Seven -- Throw Away the Fundamentals and Stick to Your Charts (Bernard Drury).
Chapter Eight -- Study Hard and Get an A+ (Justin Vandergrift).
Chapter Nine -- You Can't Know Everything (Eric Crittenden and Cole Wilcox).
Chapter Ten -- Make It Work Across All Markets (Michael Clarke).
Chapter Eleven -- Stay in the Moment of Right Now (Charles Faulkner).
Chapter Twelve -- Sing the Whipsaw Song.
Q&A with Author Michael Covel
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