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Richard L. Weissman – Trade Like a Casino – Review

I had this book in my reading list for a long time after seeing several recommendations online. The title looked interesting due to the fact I had read from different sources how poker and odds of many casino games also apply to trading. The summary revealed some good and original points that made the impression […]

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Blog

All stocks are bad unless they go up in price

This is a quote from William O’Neil, a market veteran whose bestselling book I recently read. I’m going to publish a review of the book soon. But the title says it all about my approach to trading. If a stock has momentum and is going up, I want to be onboard until it lasts. I […]

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Charts

A bubble is a bull market you are not participating in

2020 was indeed a very interesting year in the stock market: markets in turmoil in March like the world was going to end, yolo calls by Robinhooders in April, the market recovering in summer, US presidential election, and many parabolic moves at the end of the year (TSLA and Bitcoin to me personally). It was […]

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Van K. Tharp – Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom – Review

First edition of the book was published in 1999, this one is the second edition and was published in 2007. In a quite long foreword already there are several good points about trading. Van Tharp tells how everyone trades his or her beliefs about the market and how his beliefs have changed over the course […]

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Adam Grimes – The Art and Science of Technical Analysis – Review

Published in 2012 by a discretionary trader Adam Grimes, this book is all about the basics and logic about technical analysis in financial trading, why and how it works. Some say technical analysis works because everyone looks at the charts and anticipates the same way but Grimes goes back to the Dow chart of 1929 […]