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An End to the Bull: Cut Through the Noise to Develop a Sustainable Trading Career

An End to the Bull: Cut Through the Noise to Develop a Sustainable Trading Career

Gary Norden

ISBN: 978-0-730-31144-7

Nov 2014, Wrightbooks

224 pages

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$55.00

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Go beyond technical analysis tools with this comprehensive look at trading analysis

Strategies for successful trading analysis for all markets are out there, but they're not often found in books for the general public. So what are the secrets that professional traders know, but aren't willing to share? An End to the Bull: Cut Through the noise to Develop A Sustainable Trading Career is a robust, honest resource that presents an alternative approach to the markets, combining traditional technical tools with fundamental analysis, behavioral finance, and other key concepts to enrich readers' trading knowledge. The author's comprehensive, educated look at the topic fills a huge need in the trading community, and is ideal both for novices and experienced traders.

In An End to the Bull, Norden suggests that total reliance on traditional technical analysis can lead to failure, and has ended in disappointment for many. The book offers up a unique approach for anyone looking to establish a sustainable trading career based on a combination of the most tried-and-true methods. While it focuses especially on trading in Australia, the book is a useful resource for international traders at all levels.

  • Explains why change is needed in trading analysis and presents a revolutionary approach used by successful professional traders
  • Shares the core techniques and strategies to build knowledge and establish a business-minded attitude
  • Discusses more advanced ideas crucial for all traders, including understanding volatility and the typical flaws of behavioral finance
  • Gives solid advice for traders anywhere in the world

An End to the Bull takes the mystery out of trading analysis and puts the power to navigating markets into the hands of readers.

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About the author vii

Acknowledgements ix

Introduction xi

Part I: The need for change 1

1 The financial junk-food industry 3

2 Real trader psychology: our desire for short cuts 23

3 Time to break free 39

Part II: Building the foundations 53

4 Knowledge 57

5 Watchlists 75

6 It's a business; treat it that way 99

7 Position sizing and management 117

Part III: The next level: incorporating more advanced concepts 139

8 Pricing in 141

9 Volatility 161

10 Become the bookmaker: how the pros trade 175

Conclusion 185

Appendix 187

Index 191