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Market Wizards, Disc 4 book.

Market Wizards, Disc 4 book. Market expert Jack D. Schwager interviews top traders in a variety of markets and determines that an interesting mix of method and mental posture is largely responsible, and presents Market Wizards in a way that allows the listener a glimpse into the minds of these most remarkable traders. Understand what it takes to succeed, and hear it in the words of the Market Wizards themselves.

Short Title MARKET WIZARDS PAUL TUDOR JO D. Subtitle Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones: The Art of Aggressive Trading & Gary Bielfeldt: Yes, They Do Trade T-Bonds in Peoria. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Market Wizards: Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones and Gary Bielfeldt, Disc 4, Audio CD by Jack D. Schwager (Audio cassette, 2006). Brand new: lowest price.

60 Gary Bielfeldt-Yes, They Do Trade. After interviewing the traders for this book, it is hard to believe this view of the world

Conversations with america's top traders. 60 Gary Bielfeldt-Yes, They Do Trade. After interviewing the traders for this book, it is hard to believe this view of the world. One comes away with a strong belief that it is highly unlikely that some traders can win with such consistency over vast numbers of trades and many years. Of course, given enough traders, some will come out ahead even after a long period of time, simply as a consequence of the laws of probability.

Market expert Jack D. Schwager interviews top traders in a variety of markets and determines that an interesting .

Market Wizards, Disc 4: Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones: The Art of Aggressive .

Market Wizards, Disc 4: Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones: The Art of Aggressive Trading & Gary Bielfeldt: Yes, They Do Trade T-Bonds in Peoria. In The Little Book of Market Wizards, Jack Schwager seeks to distill what he considers the essential lessons he learned in conducting nearly four dozen interviews with some of the world's best traders.

Market Wizards : The Art of Aggressive Trading; Yes, They Do Trade T-Bonds in Peoria.

Market Wizards Study Notes by Zhipeng Yan Market Wizards Interviews with Top Traders Jack D. Schwager Part I FUTURES . Schwager Part I FUTURES AND CURRENCIES. 2 Michael Marcus: Blighting Never Strikes Twice. 2 Bruce Kovner: the World Trader. 4 Richard Dennis: A Legend Retires. 6 Paul Tudor Jones: The Art of Aggressive Trading 7 Gary Bielfeldt: Yes, They do Trade T-Bonds in Peoria. 9 Ed Seykota: Everybody Gets What They Want.

Taking the mystery out of futures - The interbank currency market defined - Michael Marcus : blighting never strikes twice - Bruce Kovner : the world trader - Richard Dennis : a legend retires - Paul Tudor Jones : the art of aggressive trading - Gary Bielfeldt : yes, they do trade T-bonds in Peoria - Ed Seykota : everybody gets. Brian Gelber : broker turned trader - Tom Baldwin : the fearless pit trader - Tony Saliba : "one-lot" triumphs - Dr. Van K. Tharp : the psychology of trading - The trade : a personal experience - Postscript : dreams and trading.

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Yes-Save my other items for later. No-I want to keep shopping . Title: Market Wizards Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones and Gary Bielfeldt Author: Schwager, Jack Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc Publication Date: 2006/06/19 Number of Pages: Binding Type: CD/SPOKEN WORD Library of Congress: Market Wizards Interviews with Paul Tudor Jones and Gary Bielfeldt.

NOTE: This interview CD 4 of 12 contains the conversations with Paul Tudor Jones and Gary Bielfeldt only.

How do some of the world’s most successful traders amass millions of dollars in a year... or sometimes in just hours? Are they masters of a priceless wizardry or simply the very lucky winners in a random market lottery that allows only a few players to become fantastically wealthy? What are the secrets of their unheard-of success?

Market expert Jack D. Schwager interviews top traders in a variety of markets and determines that an interesting mix of method and mental posture is largely responsible, and presents Market Wizards in a way that allows the listener a glimpse into the minds of these most remarkable traders. Understand what it takes to succeed, and hear it in the words of the Market Wizards themselves.

This interview CD 4 of 12 contains the conversations with Paul Tudor Jones and Gary Bielfeldt.

  • Thohelm
This text was published in the late 80s, and therefore all of the interviews encompass a time period in trading that was very different from now. The trading platforms, systems, and volume are much more sophisticated, and grander in scale today. Athough trading systems, platforms, and scale may change, the concept of trading (i.e. gambling) itself is immemorial. And with that being said, certain winning traits in one's attitude as it pertains to trading should be germane in any situation no matter what time period or market someone is trading in. This text is a gem because it captures the mindset of all these successful individuals in a clear and structured way. It's interesting to note that despite the different backgrounds of the many traders interviewed, you will find things in common between mostly all of them such as being able to cut losers, be emotionally detached to the market, for example.
  • Ynneig
Simply the best readable and useable interviews with successful traders of all types. Reading about traders who started with $500 and lost 'all' at $2,000 and borrowed money to restart makes you know success is possible. The insights on fundemental trading vs technical really helped me with my balance and minimal use of trading platform tools.
Recommended by Sam Sieden and Bill Henner of Online Trading Academy. Glad I bought it.
  • Grosho
I really enjoyed this one. It's not going to teach you a specific trading strategy, but it's going to inspire you to pursue your way in the market. Highly recommended!
  • Manesenci
It's interesting to read for experienced traders. After you have made many mistakes trading some of what they say may help you realize they made the same mistakes. The only really take away after reading this is...1)learn from your mistakes 2)make rules and stick to them 3)update your rules if you find something works better.
  • Nafyn
A read through Market Wizards will magically transform the way you think about making money in the market. This is not an academic book presenting theories on trading. Market Wizards allows you to learn from the experience of the pros, showing you the thinking that went into their strategies to make them a success. Most of these traders started with nearly scratch and compounded their winnings to millions. Now through the eyes of Jack Schwager, decades of lessons learned from trial and error are handed to you within this small book.

To get the full benefit, it is necessary to read from beginning to end. What strikes me most is both the depth and breadth covered by the interviews. The book is divided into several segments, covering futures, equities, investors who follow economy-wide trends, and a little bit of psychological analysis. The key to learning from this book is linking the ideas from all the separate interviews together.

By the end, you will see subtle differences in the thinking behind futures, equities, and even stock option trading. Despite the various traders having a wide range of opinions and philosophies, you will find many commonalities in each interview. Though each trader used radically different methods, they all had a standardized set of rules that were followed and led to success. Most of these rules involved some benchmark for cutting losses.

Interestingly enough, this book is not written or condensed in anyway. It consists of outright transcripts of interviews Schwager conducted with the actual traders. I believe this style kept each page exciting because it actually felt as if I was present during the interview.

This is one of the essential reads for any young or old person wanting to engage the trading field, whether as a part time endeavor or as a career. Study Market Wizards, and use the wisdom of its pages to your money-making advantage!
  • WOGY
For anyone familiar with the vast amount of investment literature out there, I'm sure you've come across a book written in the first half of the twentieth century called "Reminiscences of a Stock Operator." This classic tome is widely considered to be the "Bible" of trading, and it has been referenced directly or indirectly in many of the other popular books in the genre. You may have even read it yourself. For years it has been THE book to have influenced the world's top traders, but now, Jack Schwager has created the next classic work to fill recommended reading lists.

"Reminiscences..." is mentioned in several of the interviews with the "Wizards", so it is no surprise that many of the same themes are echoed throughout the book. Chronicled are anecdotes and philosophies from some of the world's greatest traders, and to have them all gathered for the reader in one place is amazingly stimulating. More than any other book, "Market Wizards" has helped me become a profitable trader. Investors routinely pay hundreds, even thousands of dollars to attend trading seminars, but don't learn nearly as much readers will soak up from these pages. I make a habit to go back and regularly review the collection of tips in the back of the book, and nothing helps me break out of a trading slump like rereading a few select chapters.

For those looking for a step-by-step trading system, you may be disappointed, but if you're interested in learning from the best of the best, then there's no other choice. The interview format makes for a quick read, and it's interesting to get a glimpse of how these great men live and trade. I highly recommend "Market Wizards" and its sequel "The New Market Wizards" to anyone wanting to take the next step toward trading success.