The new market wizards by Jack D. Schwager In conducting the interviews for this book and its predecessor. Market Wizards, I became absolutely convinced that winning in the markets is a matter of skill and discipline, not luck. The magnitude and consistency of the winning track records compiled by many of those I interviewed simply defy chance. I believe the Market Wizards provide role models for what it takes to win in the markets. Those seeking quick fortunes should be discouraged at the onset.
Author: Jack D. Schwager
Here’s what I believe:
1. The markets are not random. I don’t care if the number of academicians who have argued the efficient market hypothesis would stretch to the moon and back if laid end to end; they are simply wrong.
2. The markets are not random, because they are based on human behavior, and human behavior, especially mass behavior, is not random. It never has been, and it probably never will be.
3. There is no holy grail or grand secret to the markets, but there are many patterns that can lead to
4. There are a million ways to make money in markets. The irony is that they are all very difficult to find.
5. The markets are always changing, and they are always the same.
6. The secret to success in the markets lies not in discovering some incredible indicator or elaborate theory; rather, it lies within each individual.
7. To excel in trading requires a combination of talent and extremely hard work-(surprise!) the same combination required for excellence in any field. Those seeking success by buying the latest $300 or even $3,000 system, or by following the latest hot tip, will never find the answer because they haven’t yet understood the question.
8. Success in trading is a worthy goal, but it will be worthless if it is not accompanied by success in your life (and I use the word success here without monetary connotation).
In conducting the interviews for this book and its predecessor. Market Wizards, I became absolutely convinced that winning in the markets is a matter of skill and discipline, not luck. The magnitude and consistency of the winning track records compiled by many of those I interviewed simply defy chance. I believe the Market Wizards provide role models for what it takes to win in the markets. Those seeking quick fortunes should be discouraged at the onset.
I have strived to reach two audiences: the professionals who have staked careers in the markets or are serious, students of the markets, and the lay readers who have a general interest in the financial markets and a curiosity about those who have won dramatically in an arena where the vast majority loses. In order to keep the book accessible to the layperson, I have tried to avoid particularly esoteric topics and have included explanations wherever appropriate. At the same rime, I have strived to maintain all core ideas so that there would be no loss of meaningful information to those with a good working knowledge of the markets. I think this book should be as meaningful to the layperson as to the professional simply because the elements that determine success in trading are totally applicable to success in virtually any field or to achieving any meaningful goal.
The new market wizards ebook Table of Contents
PART I Trading Perspectives
Misadventures in Trading
Hussein Makes a Bad Trade
PART II The World’s Biggest Market
Bill Lipschutz: The Sultan of Currencies
PART III Futures-The Variety-Pack Market
Futures-Understanding the Basics
Randy McKay: Veteran Trader
William Eckhardt: The Mathematician
The Silence of the Turtles
=== Michael Carr ===
=== Howard Seidler ===
Monroe Trout: The Best Return That Low Risk Can Buy
AlWeiss: The Human Chart Encyclopedia
PART IV Fund Managers and Timers
Stanley Druckenmiller: The Art of Top-Down Investing
Richard Driehaus: The Art of Bottom-Up Investing
Gil Blake: The Master of Consistency
Victor Sperandeo: Markets Grow Old Too
PART V Multiple-Market Players
Tom Basso: Mr. Serenity
Linda Bradford Raschke: Reading the Music of the Markets
PART VI The Money Machines
CRT: The Trading Machine
Mark Ritchie: God in the Pits
Joe Ritchie: The Intuitive Theoretician
Blair Hull: Getting the Edge
Jeff Yass: The Mathematics of Strategy
PART VII The Psychology of Trading
Zen and the Art of Trading
Charles Faulkner: The Mind of an Achiever
Robert Krausz: The Role of the Subconscious
PART VIII Closing Bell
A Personal Reflection
Appendix: Options – Understanding the Basics
Jack D. Schwager is a recognized industry expert in futures and hedge funds and the author of a number of widely acclaimed financial books. Mr. Schwager is one of the founders of Fund Seeder (FundSeeder.com), a platform designed to find undiscovered trading talent worldwide and connect unknown successful traders with sources of investment capital.
Previously, Mr. Schwager was a partner in the Fortune Group (2001-2010), a London-based hedge fund advisory firm. His prior experience also includes 22 years as Director of Futures research for some of Wall Street’s leading firms, most recently Prudential Securities.
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