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Ray Dalio – Principles – Review

I saw this piece of writing on a bookshelf and decided to give it a read. It’s not an investing book per se but a story of life and work principles written by one of the most successful hedge fund managers, billionaire Ray Dalio. Dalio writes about the principles he developed while running Bridgewater Associates. […]

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Burton G. Malkiel – A Random Walk Down Wall Street – Review

A popular investing book that I received for speaking about my trading at a live event. The book was first published in 1973 but has been revised and updated several times. This one is the latest twelfth edition published in 2019. The author is an academician who supports passive index investing, and his content represents […]

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Gary Antonacci – Dual Momentum Investing – Review

I added this book to my reading list when I got involved in relative strength and trend following trading systems. I had heard the author speak on podcasts and his approach to momentum investing caught my attention. Momentum is price persistence to keep moving in its direction but is sometimes also referred to as short-term […]

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Gregory L. Morris – Investing with the Trend – Review

Listening to Greg Morris on podcasts made me pick this book, but also the fact that I’m fond of trading with the trend. I have already read and reviewed the author’s other book “Market Breadth Indicators” published in 2015; this one was published in 2014. The book contains 40 years of market experience with trend […]

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Mebane Faber – Global Value – Review

For another change to trading books I got this one to read about global value investing. I have not started to doubt in my trading philosophy, quite the opposite. I just like to read about other investing and trading methods irrelevant to my own to keep my mind fresh and unbiased. The book Global Value […]