Hardcover: 688 pages
Publisher: New York Institute of Finance; 1St Edition edition (August 25, 1992)
After the turbulence on Wall Street in the 1980s, it is more important than ever for a trader to have a clearly defined strategy that incorporates the technical financial aspects of trading as well as the less easily defined “mind set” of success. This ground-breaking work charts the way to creating such a trading strategy, teaching readers how to combine money-management analysis techniques, established trading techniques, and the realities of trading on the floor. This will be welcomed by the legion of traders eager to learn how applied psychology can benefit them professionally.