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    Jack Schwager [Complete Guide to Mastering the Markets ]

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    A twenty-four lesson tutorial in how to profit from the trading secrets of all time

    Run time: 367 minutes. Imagine having an in-depth conversation with not one, but dozens of the world's greatest traders. Jack Schwager has, and over the course of his three best-selling "Market Wizards" books he has revealed the trade secrets of the trading superstars. The distillation of Schwager’s years of in-depth research, this DVD provides you with a comprehensive, 24-lesson home-study workshop—making it easier than ever for you to profit. It arms you with proven techniques, insider knowledge and the confidence you need to create a complete program for trading success.

    Features Schwager's trademark point-by-point, lesson-by-lesson thoroughness, easy-to-follow instruction, and tons of real-life examples
    Provides you with everything needed to create a winning trading strategy tailored to your unique needs, goals and temperament
    Show you how to build an automated trading system (ATS), incorporate technical analysis into your trading program, master money management techniques, read and evaluate data, refine exit strategies and much more
    Covers an array of advanced topics, including charting methods, using filters to analyze data, trend-following systems and pattern systems
    Companion website features an online Chart Companion that lets you to study each example in greater detail and bonus lessons on how to program, test, and analyze data using your own ATS

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    Two Schwager audiobooks at avax:

    Hedge Fund Market Wizards: How Winning Traders Win [Audiobook] by Jack D. Schwager
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    The New Market Wizards: Conversations with America's Top Traders [Audiobook] by Jack D. Schwager
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    A Complete Guide to the Futures Market: Technical Analysis, Trading Systems, Fundamental Analysis, Options, Spreads and Trading Principles, 2 edition by Jack D. Schwager and Mark Etzkorn

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    Last edited by adelzadeh; 08-01-2017 at 12:31 PM.
    Personality and Trading Systems:
    The idea that using a methodology that suits your personality is an essential component of trading success also helps explain why most people lose money using trading systems they bought. Why is that true? Is it because most trading systems don’t work on data not used in their development? I am not implying that.Actually, I have no idea what percentage of trading systems sold to the public provide a market edge. But even if I assumed that more than 50 percent of the systems sold would be profitable if applied as instructed, I would still expect over 90 percent of the buyers of those systems to lose money trading them.
    Why? Because every trading system, regardless of the strategy employed, is going to hit periods when it does poorly. Now, if you buy a system, by definition, it has nothing to do with your personality or beliefs.In many, if not most, cases, you won’t even have any idea what drives the system’s signals. Consequently,the first time the system hits a bad period, you are not going to have the confidence to stay with the system,and you will stop trading it. That is why, invariably, most people who buy systems will end up losing:
    They will stop using the system when it goes through a bad period, and they won’t be there when the system recovers.


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    @mod,

    pls. put post [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] in the Schwager thread of the eBook section:

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    Hi adelzadeh,

    ANY other link please

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriganeshh View Post
    Hi adelzadeh,

    ANY other link please
    can convert to pdf: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    book: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Personality and Trading Systems:
    The idea that using a methodology that suits your personality is an essential component of trading success also helps explain why most people lose money using trading systems they bought. Why is that true? Is it because most trading systems don’t work on data not used in their development? I am not implying that.Actually, I have no idea what percentage of trading systems sold to the public provide a market edge. But even if I assumed that more than 50 percent of the systems sold would be profitable if applied as instructed, I would still expect over 90 percent of the buyers of those systems to lose money trading them.
    Why? Because every trading system, regardless of the strategy employed, is going to hit periods when it does poorly. Now, if you buy a system, by definition, it has nothing to do with your personality or beliefs.In many, if not most, cases, you won’t even have any idea what drives the system’s signals. Consequently,the first time the system hits a bad period, you are not going to have the confidence to stay with the system,and you will stop trading it. That is why, invariably, most people who buy systems will end up losing:
    They will stop using the system when it goes through a bad period, and they won’t be there when the system recovers.


    Lessons from the Greatest Traders
    Book by Jack D. Schwager

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    Any chance of a re-up from post 1? Links no longer valid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adelzadeh View Post
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    A twenty-four lesson tutorial in how to profit from the trading secrets of all time

    Run time: 367 minutes. Imagine having an in-depth conversation with not one, but dozens of the world's greatest traders. Jack Schwager has, and over the course of his three best-selling "Market Wizards" books he has revealed the trade secrets of the trading superstars. The distillation of Schwager’s years of in-depth research, this DVD provides you with a comprehensive, 24-lesson home-study workshop—making it easier than ever for you to profit. It arms you with proven techniques, insider knowledge and the confidence you need to create a complete program for trading success.

    Features Schwager's trademark point-by-point, lesson-by-lesson thoroughness, easy-to-follow instruction, and tons of real-life examples
    Provides you with everything needed to create a winning trading strategy tailored to your unique needs, goals and temperament
    Show you how to build an automated trading system (ATS), incorporate technical analysis into your trading program, master money management techniques, read and evaluate data, refine exit strategies and much more
    Covers an array of advanced topics, including charting methods, using filters to analyze data, trend-following systems and pattern systems
    Companion website features an online Chart Companion that lets you to study each example in greater detail and bonus lessons on how to program, test, and analyze data using your own ATS

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    Last edited by adelzadeh; 21-07-2017 at 09:34 PM.
    Personality and Trading Systems:
    The idea that using a methodology that suits your personality is an essential component of trading success also helps explain why most people lose money using trading systems they bought. Why is that true? Is it because most trading systems don’t work on data not used in their development? I am not implying that.Actually, I have no idea what percentage of trading systems sold to the public provide a market edge. But even if I assumed that more than 50 percent of the systems sold would be profitable if applied as instructed, I would still expect over 90 percent of the buyers of those systems to lose money trading them.
    Why? Because every trading system, regardless of the strategy employed, is going to hit periods when it does poorly. Now, if you buy a system, by definition, it has nothing to do with your personality or beliefs.In many, if not most, cases, you won’t even have any idea what drives the system’s signals. Consequently,the first time the system hits a bad period, you are not going to have the confidence to stay with the system,and you will stop trading it. That is why, invariably, most people who buy systems will end up losing:
    They will stop using the system when it goes through a bad period, and they won’t be there when the system recovers.


    Lessons from the Greatest Traders
    Book by Jack D. Schwager

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    The Little Book of Market Wizards: Lessons from the Greatest Traders

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    An accessible look at the art of investing and how to adopt the practices of top professionals
    What differentiates the highly successful market practitioners—the Market Wizards—from ordinary traders? What traits do they share? What lessons can the average trader learn from those who achieved superior returns for decades while still maintaining strict risk control? Jack Schwager has spent the past 25 years interviewing the market legends in search of the answers—a quest chronicled in four prior Market Wizards volumes totaling nearly 2,000 pages.

    In The Little Book of Market Wizards, Jack Schwager seeks to distill what he considers the essential lessons he learned in conducting nearly four dozen interviews with some of the world's best traders. The book delves into the mindset and processes of highly successful traders, providing insights that all traders should find helpful in improving their trading skills and results.

    Each chapter focuses on a specific theme essential to market success
    Describes how all market participants can benefit by incorporating the related traits, behaviors, and philosophies of the Market Wizards in their own trading
    Filled with compelling anecdotes that bring the trading messages to life, and direct quotes from the market greats that resonate with the wisdom born of experience and skill
    Stepping clearly outside the narrow confines of most investment books, The Little Book of Market Wizards focuses on the value of understanding one's self within the context of successful investing.

    Table of Contents

    Foreword by Peter L. Brandt xi

    Preface xv

    Chapter One: Failure Is Not Predictive 1

    Chapter Two: What Is Not Important 9

    Chapter Three: Trading Your Own Personality 15

    Chapter Four: The Need for an Edge 23

    Chapter Five: The Importance of Hard Work 27

    Chapter Six: Good Trading Should Be Effortless 35

    Chapter Seven: The Worst of Times, the Best of Times 41

    Chapter Eight: Risk Management 47

    Chapter Nine: Discipline 61

    Chapter Ten: Independence 69

    Chapter Eleven: Confidence 73

    Chapter Twelve: Losing Is Part of the Game 77

    Chapter Thirteen: Patience 83

    Chapter Fourteen: No Loyalty 93

    Chapter Fifteen: Size Matters 103

    Chapter Sixteen: Doing the Uncomfortable Thing 115

    Chapter Seventeen: Emotions and Trading 125

    Chapter Eighteen: Dynamic versus Static Trading 135

    Chapter Nineteen: Market Response 145

    Chapter Twenty: The Value of Mistakes 157

    Chapter Twenty-One: Implementation versus Idea 163

    Chapter Twenty-Two: Off the Hook 167

    Chapter Twenty-Three: Love of the Endeavor 173

    Appendix: Options—Understanding the Basics 177

    Notes 185

    About the Author 189
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    Personality and Trading Systems:
    The idea that using a methodology that suits your personality is an essential component of trading success also helps explain why most people lose money using trading systems they bought. Why is that true? Is it because most trading systems don’t work on data not used in their development? I am not implying that.Actually, I have no idea what percentage of trading systems sold to the public provide a market edge. But even if I assumed that more than 50 percent of the systems sold would be profitable if applied as instructed, I would still expect over 90 percent of the buyers of those systems to lose money trading them.
    Why? Because every trading system, regardless of the strategy employed, is going to hit periods when it does poorly. Now, if you buy a system, by definition, it has nothing to do with your personality or beliefs.In many, if not most, cases, you won’t even have any idea what drives the system’s signals. Consequently,the first time the system hits a bad period, you are not going to have the confidence to stay with the system,and you will stop trading it. That is why, invariably, most people who buy systems will end up losing:
    They will stop using the system when it goes through a bad period, and they won’t be there when the system recovers.


    Lessons from the Greatest Traders
    Book by Jack D. Schwager

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