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More Trading Educator Books 1 year 11 months ago #23

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So, I decided to take advantage of Trading Educators recent offer and increase my trading arsenal with another Joe Ross book and an ebook which I think will complement each other and my existing books.
Whether I master the contents or not I believe I will really enjoy reading them as I did the others. :)
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More Trading Educator Books 1 year 11 months ago #24

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I'm sure you will! My personal favorite from Joe will probably always be "Trading is a Business". It's simply timeless and whatever kind of trading you do, there's plenty of wisdom for you in there!

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More Trading Educator Books 1 year 11 months ago #25

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Well done!
For me the "must have" are the following ones:

1) Daytrading
2) Trading Spread and Seasonals
3) Trading Optures and Futions
4) Trading is a Business

Cheers
Jean
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More Trading Educator Books 1 year 11 months ago #26

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Yes Marco it is a good book, I got 'Trading is a Business' last year and I kind of found myself in it and as Joe say's he took me apart then resurrected me for the better, even outside of trading life.
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More Trading Educator Books 1 year 11 months ago #27

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jean1975, I've never looked at spreads or options, so these purchases this time were :-
Trading by the Book. - Being one of Joe's first and oldest books I am concerned it may not be relevant as much now but I am looking forward to trading over Joe's shoulder for a years worth of trades non the less.
Stopped Out! - I can start reading this one sooner since it's a download and think it will complement the other books since they concentrate more on trade entry and this ebook will concentrate on a properly managed exit.
Existing books I've purchased over the last few years :-
Trading the Ross Hook - just had to have this one.
Day Trading - Thought I could try day trading and working full time during the day, turns out I couldn't afford time away from my day job but learned lots from this.
Trading is a business - Joe made me realise a few things.
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