The bestselling holy grail of trading information now brought completely up to date to give traders an edge in the marketplace Sound trading advice and lots of ideas you can use to develop your own trading methodology Jack Schwager, author of Market Wizards and The New Market Wizards This trading masterpiece has been fully updated to address all the concerns of today s market environment With substantial new material, this second edition features Tharp s new 17 step trading model Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom also addresses reward to risk multiples, as well as insightful new interviews with top traders, and features updated examples and charts....
|Title||:||Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom|
|Number of Pages||:||163 Pages|
|File Size||:||863 KB|
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Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom Reviews
I'm your average Joe trader, manage some of my investments (dabble more like it). Dabbling in the recent run up in cryptocurrencies is what drove a friend to recommend this book to me. I've never written a book review but felt compelled to do so, not to rave on this book, but as "warning" to how to get the most out of it before giving up.
I found the book somewhat useful in that it exposes you to a lot of concepts. I found it to be directed toward someone who wants to develop a system to become at least a part-time day-trader, not someone looking to improve their general investing knowledge. It was pretty focused on volume trading concepts and statistical risk management concepts.
I am giving 5 stars to this book because it's one of the best you can read. I read some reviews saying that this book is worth nothing. These are just people who wants the "secret strategy" to earn millions and never lose a dime.
The ultimate three-star book. As someone who is rather obsessed with the financial markets, when I buy an interesting book on the subject I will usually consume it in a day or two (and then reread it in case I missed anything of importance the first time around). With this book, I found myself reading it for a while at night to help me fall asleep. Not to say that it did not have valid points on trading psychology and position sizing, but I would rate it average at best as far as useful information on trading.
This book is an excellent survey of how to trade, what the various strategies are, and how to put together a well organized trading plan. If you are new to trading, or want to learn more about how to get better you will benefit from this book. Tharp does a goos job of laying this survey of trading out in a well organized manner and highlighting the critical concepts. In particular I appreciated the way he summarized each chapter at the end. The cons would be it is a little like a text book and you dont get the opportunity to delve deeper into a particular strategy like trend following, but I dont think that was the authors intent.