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How legendary traders made millions : profiting from the investment strategies of the greatest stock traders of all time

Author: John Boik
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2006.
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"John Boik profiles eight of the greatest traders of all time, focusing on the historic trades and strategies behind the legends. With the help of exclusive Investor's Business Daily charts and data, he explores, decade by decade, how the market behaved over the past century, and how each trader took advantage of distinct market situations. And he gives you the specifics on dozens of important trades, described  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Boik
ISBN: 0071468226 9780071468220
OCLC Number: 62134661
Description: xviii, 281 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Industrial stocks produce a millionaire (1897-1909) : Bernard Baruch considered the action of the market when making his plans --
Ch. 2. A few sidestep landmines to profit (1910-1919) : Jesse Livermore followed the general trend of the market to do well --
Ch. 3. Shrewd traders made and kept millions (1920-1929) : Richard Wyckoff learned by judging the action of the market --
Ch. 4. Patience and flexibility lead to profits (1930-1939) : Gerald Loeb's flexibility allows him to profit in difficult times --
Ch. 5. Victory creates more opportunity for a legendary trader (1940-1949) : Gerald Loeb entered the market when the trend seemed clearly enough established.
Responsibility: John Boik.
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Presents the strategies of history's top traders and reveals how they took advantage of distinct market situations. This book details the hands-on specifics of each trade as well as the economic,  Read more...

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