In July, 1998, trading veteran and author R. E. McMaster sold the market short just two days after its highNand two weeks before the 1998 market freefall! How did he know? McMaster's groundbreaking The Art of the Trade focuses on the psychology of trading. It tells you how to trade more effectively by integrating the analytic (logical) and intuitive (emotional) aspects of your personality into one properly balanced and powerful system.
In addition, McMaster discusses specific trading strategies that have given him over 25 years of success in the markets. Like no book you've read before, the unique and powerful The Art of the Trade will show you how to achieve the mental and emotional balance required for successful trading.
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Master your own "Psychological Capital" to eliminate distractions, withstand trading pressures and win! R.E. McMaster's groundbreaking book, The Art of the Trade, provides a blueprint for success in all types of markets equity and derivative, bull and bear, inflation or
recession. Read it, and prepare yourself to evaluate the markets quickly, respond intuitively and unemotionally, and reap the rewards of a successful trader during the next major market move.
About the Author:
"The Art of the Trade is a must for everyone's library." Richard Russell, Editor, Dow Theory Letters.
"Reading this book will empower the professional or novice alike with timeless principles for investing regardless of market conditions." R.P. Pearce, Jr., President, Pearce Financial.
"This book shows the would-be trader what it's like to trade for a living, the common mistakes to avoid, and the tools necessary for successful trading." Bert Dohrman, Editor, The Wellington Letter.
"Most books on trading show us how to make successful trades. McMaster shows us how to become successful traders. A real winner!" John Golding, Chairman, Sterling Westminster Group.
"Realizing and utilizing the psychological influences on today's stock and commodity markets is indeed an 'Art' that McMaster has spent years understanding and perfecting." Jeffrey H. Fox, President, Fox Investments, Rosenthal Collins Group.
R. E. McMaster, an accomplished and successful trader for over 25 years, is an investment consultant with clients in more than 40 countries. He is editor and publisher of The Reaper, an international financial, economic, and investment newsletter with a global readership of 50,000. Featured in Unconventional Wisdom as one of 12 remarkable innovators, McMaster previously worked as a top money manager with E.F. Hutton and was a U.S. Air Force pilot. His success, experience, and knowledge make McMaster a popular speaker at conferences and seminars around the world.
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