Trading is a battle between you and the market. And while you might not be a financial professional, that doesn't mean you can't win this battle. Through interviews with twelve ordinary individuals who have worked hard to transform themselves into extraordinary traders, Millionaire Traders reveals how you can beat Wall Street at its own game.
Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, this book introduces you to a dozen successful traders - some who focus on equities, others who deal in futures or foreign exchange - and examines the paths they've taken to capture considerable profits.
With this book as your guide, you'll quickly become familiar with a variety of strategies that can be used to make money in today's financial markets. Those that will help you achieve this goal include:
Order your copy today and beat the Street.
©2007 Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
Kathy Lien and Boris Schlossberg do a good service for traders specially in the FX world with their materials.
I'm still wondering if it really is a real person or Apple's Siri that is doing the narration...
Yes, although the "Siri" type voicing is really bothering.
A market wizards like book except normal people and not hedge fund managers. Good book, wish I would have skipped the audio version and got it on Kindle. Narration was horrible.
The narrator feels she needs to perform the different characters, even "he laughed". Really makes it difficult listen too. Only the content kept me going.
Interesting book for retail traders.
The narrator's voice is irritating though.
She is constantly laughing or smiling while interviewing the traders.
Very good. Great viewpoints from many different angles. Interviewer and interviewees were great! I recommend to all interested in enhancing their trading skills. Thx. Carl
Of the various trading books this one is above average in describing scaling into or out of a trade.
Much better than I expected, lots of ideas discussed. Very well narrated too in my opinion
"Difficult to complete due to narration."
Content was Ok. covered a wide range of traders in terms of experience and character. Some relevant to me, others not so. My main gripe is the narration. Clearly interviews have been recorded and then reproduced by the narrator to include giggles and exclamationary sounds that really are not necessary. Even a slight accent was perceived for the Spanish trader (or that may have been just my frustration building!).
The constant rise in inflexion following most questions was misplaced and just made the narrator sound like a siri voiceover.
Not with a similar narration style, no.
The content was constantly overshadowed by the narration. I kept thinking about it. I have read many audio books and the best narrators are the ones you dont even notice as they just "fit in" better usually.
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