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The Investor's Quotient. The Psychology of Successful Investing in Commodities & Stocks. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2214329
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Boost Your Investment I.Q. With this new edition of the classic guide to gaining a psychological advantage in investment and trading "The Investor’s Quotient is destined to go down in history as the ultimate book on investor psychology it explains the psychology of a trader in clear and simple English and it teaches highly effective methods designed to improve the bottom line " Larry Williams Commodity Timing "Jake Bernstein is one of the best at putting together the emotions and mechanics of trading. This book is not only educational but downright interesting. It should be a must for all traders and may well become one of the classics on trading." Darrell Jobman Futures "The Investor’s Quotient is a welcome breath of fresh air in what has been a too–long avoided subject the psychological reasons why some people win and most others lose in the commodity markets. More than that, Jake Bernstein proves in this book he is an excellent teacher, and clearly and candidly shows how greater knowledge of yourself can become your most effective trading tool. It’s a must for every trader’s library" Leon Rose, Publisher Newsletter and Managed Account Reports "The Investor’s Quotient should be required reading for all traders and investors. It has helped immeasurably through the years I’d be lost without it." Don Sarno, Former Director Commodities Educational Institute "This is the classic book on investor psychology. It has paved the way to a new era of investor success and self–confidence " Steve Moore Moore Research Center " convincing This thoroughgoing manual should help impulsive investors save money." Publishers Weekly
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Partial table of contents:

My Story.

Many Markets––Many Similarities.

The Response Sector.

The Consequences of Behavior.

How to Rectify Trading Errors.

Scheduling and Self–Discipline.

The Importance of Trading with the Trend.

The Role of Advisory Services.

Is This You?

The Broker–Client Relationship.

Social Psychology and the Markets.

The Perceptual Factor.

Minimize Stress––Maximize Health and Profits.

Often–Asked Questions.

Sex and the Markets: Fact or Fantasy.

Creative Visualization and Guided Imagery.

Why Too Many Traders and Investors Lose.


Overview of "Trading Masters".

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