The renowned Market Wizards author and Trader's Hall of Fame award winner presents a powerful workshop highlighting the most common traits and techniques of the super traders. This rare session can help investors of all skill levels become market masters.
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you don't need to hear any of this. If you have not read one of the Wizards books, don't expect much more than a few high level platitudes in exchange for your time.
It is a taped presentation where some highlights from the Wizard-books are retold. If you have read the books this is a waste of time, or a quick reminder, depending on the point of view.
The sound-quality should not be confused with a book. More like a podcast of a taped event.
No. I've already listened to the book Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders. This lecture is a diet version of that book. Thus, there's no need to listen to it if you've already listened to MZ.
The lecture is good. There again, if you've already listened to Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders then don't bother.
He's enthusiastic and thought provoking
Save your couple bucks and listen to Market Wizards: Interviews with Top Traders.
Best way to "read" books
I like the stories and analogies used in this mini book. It helps to rationalize the large puzzle that is the trading world.
Lover of the written word. Or the recorded written word. Favorites are nonfiction, history and investing/trading.
The end of the audio was terrific. He really went out on a high note.
This was a great short listen. It is basically a terrific summary of the important tenets of great traders from his books. If you have read all, or even a couple, of the Market Wizards books then you have undoubtedly heard this material before but in a game where confidence and motivation are paramount having it accessible is a big help. Definitely recommended.
"all good stuff but"
all this material is on you tube for free I heard all this before for Me a waste of money but good listening if your new to trading
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