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Michael W. Covel – Trend Following (5th Edition) – Review

I have just finished the book, Trend Following, 5th Edition (2017): How to Make a Fortune in Bull, Bear and Black Swan Markets by Michael W. Covel. I think the first edition came out somewhere around 2004 but has been revised and extended again now with up-to-date content. First, I want to say I started […]

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Nick Radge – Successful Stock Trading – Review

Nick Radge is a trader from Australia with 35 years of experience. He’s been featured on many podcasts and I have studied his materials. Successful Stock Trading is an e-book published in 2012. Some of the things I have learned from Nick: Higher avg. win/loss ratio is more important than win rate. This can be […]

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Trading is not easy, but it’s simple

I got back from my trip to NYC to attend a workshop by Dr. Alexander Elder and Kerry Lovvorn. It was fun. First night we gathered at Dr. Elder’s apartment near Manhattan, a short walk from my hotel. I met other traders from around the world, cigars on the balcony and off we went to […]

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Edwin LeFevre – Reminiscences of a Stock Operator – Review

This book is one of the classics first published in 1923. It is recommended by so many traders over the Internet and podcasts. A trader from California told me to read this at least ten times cause I’ll get new insights each time. I have read it just once for now but I might get […]

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Dr. Alexander Elder – Entries and Exits – Review

Since I’ve been following Dr. Elder’s work closely, I got one of his books from the library, Entries & Exits – Visits to sixteen trading rooms. There are many interesting traders interviewed in this book including Gerald Appel, the inventor of one of the most popular indicators MACD; Kerry Lovvorn, the co-founder of SpikeTrade. It […]