Lee Hull’s Less Risk, More Return is the winner of TradingMarkets’s inaugural, Best Trading Books of 2011 award.
The Big Saturday Interview: What is technical analysis? Why are so many traders attracted to it and what can traders do to improve their skills as a trader using what David Aronson calls “evidence-based” technical analysis.
Big Saturday Interview Our latest Big Saturday Interview features a conversation with Michael Martin, author of The Inner Voice of Trading: Eliminate the Noise and Profit from the Strategies That Are Right for You.
Big Saturday Interview Our latest guest for the Big Saturday Interview is intraday trader Don Miller whose new project, Trading After Dark, is a great opportunity to watch a master trader at work in real-time.
Big Saturday Interview What kind of investment strategies will enable you to have the money you need, when you need it, regardless of what the market does over the next 10, 20 or 30 years? Join us this weekend for our latest Big Saturday Interview with money manager Lee Hull, author of Less Risk, More Return.
The Big Saturday Interview For Labor Day Weekend, TradingMarkets is providing some more reflective, self-improvement oriented material to get you ready for the Fall Trading Season: former hedge fund trader with Moore Capital and author of the book, Racing Toward Excellence: Demystifying the Inside Track to Academic, Career and Financial Outperformance.
Says swing trader Dave Landry: “Markets can go up, markets can go down and markets can go sideways. If you are to be profitable, you need to buy at one point and obviously sell at one point higher. And if you just focus on the charts and the chart patterns, your life gets a lot easier doing that.”
Our Big Saturday Interview this week features Gregory Zuckerman, author of The Greatest Trade Ever. Read more about Zuckerman and his take on those investors who tried to bet on the bubble’s demise.
Did you miss last week’s Big Saturday Interview with author of More Money Than God, Sebastian Mallaby? Then here’s the the full interview transcript in which Sebastian Mallaby provides what can only be described as both the most comprehensive history and passionate defense of the hedge fund industry and its relationship to the financial industry and to society as a whole.
Here in Part 2 of our interview with Irene Aldridge, we learn more about the differences and similarities between low and high-frequency trading strategies, and what the world of academia can and is doing to help prepare the next generation of high-frequency trading system developers and traders.