The original Art of War is a compilation of lessons written and taught by Sun Tzu, a sixth century B.C. Chinese General/ Philosopher. Its wisdom is timeless and has grown in popularity. It is, in fact, required reading at every military academy in the world and can be found in most corporate boardrooms.
In this adaptation of the master's classic, super trader Dean Lundell applies Sun Tzu's lessons to the art of investing - from designing a personal trading plan, to timing market moves, to gleaning data from a global information network. Each exquisitely designed spread opens with a passage from Sun Tzu and is then interpreted and explained for its strategic relevance to trading in stocks, bonds, futures and commodities. Guided by Sun Tzu's ancient wisdom, novice and professional traders can use these classic military strategies to conquer the market!
Have you ever wondered how you possibly make money when everyone around you is losing money? Jack Bernstein will show you how in today's video.
This video was produced live during an actual conference session. It's intended to duplicate, as much as possible, the experience of being there in person. As always, Jake is both interesting and provocative. His fascinating look into the markets is sure to make you think a little more about his recent discoveries.
Sheldon Knight has spent years fine-tuning his methods for pinpointing market direction for stocks and futures. In this video, you will discover how this top technical analyst combines day-of-week and day-of-month price patterns with first notice day effect to produce what he calls "the ultimate seasonal indicator".
You will also learn the money management method that he uses to dramatically improve his profits while reducing his risk at the same time.
Today's video contains one of the best lessons you ever will learn. It will teach you how to apply and integrate technical indicators into your trading plan. Not only will you gain a new perspective on traditional technical indicators, but you also will learn new ways to interpret some innovative indicators you that may not know about.
Along with that, you'll pick up, at least, two valuable new insights on the principles of momentum interpretation, and you will discover some of the major weaknesses that plague many of today's most commonly used indicators.