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I actually looked up the authors company and read about what employees current and past had to say. Basically they said that he hasn't made money since the Internet boom, and the objective of the firm and this book is to sell their training courses and various other things they market. Well I don't think that's fair since there are some good insights in the book, it is clear that it is more an advertisement than anything else. In addition they keep talking about how much money they make and how great they are, and they don't mention that any trader who works for them basically has to put up a lot of their own money to participate 50-50 with the firm. I would be very suspect,I much prefer market wizards or reminiscences of the stock operator if you're really trying to learn how to trade.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
a deeper look into the performance aspect of trading, and not just the heady stuff. very well written, and encouraging. all of the sports anecdotes really drive home the fact that trading is very much a performance based "sport!" I will read it a second time and move on to The Playbook.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I liked this book, it got lots of tiny details that can help you to be a better trader. As the same time there were lot of self boasting of the author as well but overall it’s a good read.
Loved it. Great from a psychologic aspect as well as real trading detail. Covers all aspects of becoming a successful trader.
A great book for people who have been trading for a while, and are interested in the day-to-day happenings surrounding the establishment and management of a Prop' Desk firm. An interesting bio on the traders from recruitment to daily performance, to retirement.
A lot of story, could have been half as long. I thought it could have more trading techniques & less story. Would appeal to those that work for Mike & his firm!