So let’s have some fun folks! “You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.” I’m sure most people are either familiar with the movie The Matrix or have heard the above quote. It’s an interesting premise I think. Let’s have a discussion and see how we can relate this to trading! To start with, I will just be open about my own personal frame of reference for all
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Click the cover to the left for Amazon link Click link below for The Book Depository Book Depository Link Click the cover to the left for Amazon link Click link below for The Book Depository Book Depository Link I have a love-hate relationship with this author. His work on risk management, position sizing, setting stops, trading psychology are brilliant. I did however find his book, Trading Beyond the Matrix was weird beyond measure after around the first quarter. It’s like taking the redpill in “The Matrix” on steroids. I don’t normally recommend buying how-to-trade books however
Click on cover for Amazon This book does not seem to be available at The Book Depository. Click on cover for Amazon Click link below for The Book Depository Book Depository Link Click on cover for Amazon Click link below for The Book Depository Book Depository Link Alexander Elder covers topics including traders psychology, market psychology, computerised systems for technical analysis, trading systems and risk management. Dr Elder also runs a web site here. He introduces some trading systems which can make a good starting point for a trader. He also has some codes
Click cover below for Amazon link Click link below for The Book Depository Book Depository Link This book by Edwin Lefevre is the annotated edition. Jon Markham has added commentary in the margins all through the book to the characters, times, locations in the book adding local colour and background information that would have been obvious to a contemporary reader in the 1920’s. This edition also has a forward by Paul Tudor Jones. There are quite a few versions and editions of this book available but this annotated version is my recommendation. The book is a biography of