This audiobook provides fascinating insights into the hedge fund traders who consistently outperform the markets, in their own words. From best-selling author, investment expert, and Wall Street theoretician Jack Schwager comes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of hedge funds, from 15 traders who've consistently beaten the markets. Exploring what makes a great trader a great trader, Hedge Fund Market Wizards breaks new ground, giving readers rare insight into the trading philosophy and successful methods employed by some of the most profitable individuals in the hedge fund business.
What made the experience of listening to Hedge Fund Market Wizards the most enjoyable?
Schwager has done a really awesome job interviewing all these people and he knows how to ask questions. All of the interviewee are tremendously experienced people and they give lots of great advice.
In the unique arena of professional trading coaches and consultants, Van K. Tharp is an internationally recognized expert at helping others become the best traders they can be. In Trading Beyond the Matrix: The Red Pill for Traders and Investors, Tharp leads listeners to dramatically improve their trading results and financial life by looking within. He takes the reader by the hand through the steps of self-transformation, from incorporating "Tharp Think" - ideas drawn from his modeling work with great traders - making changes in yourself so that you can adopt the beliefs and attitudes necessary to win when you stop making mistakes.
What would have made Trading Beyond the Matrix better?
Trimming up all Oneness and religious concepts
What was most disappointing about Van Tharp’s story?
That he feeds reader with religious propaganda almost without anything useful. Even if i wanted a religion, I can choose it without external influence. And certainly i don't want to hear about it in a trading book.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
A couple of advices on what to read next: Trade your way to financial freedom and Definitive guide to position sizing strategies.
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