Guppy was introduced to the book of The 36 Strategies of the Chinese by a Chinese friend. An ancient and classic text, it is a compilation of political and military strategies dating back more than 1800 years, drawn from classic Chinese poetry, history, philosophy, biographies and novels.
This book includes specific methods for active investors and traders that are consistent with the meaning of the original ancient strategies. The 36 Strategies of the Chinese for Financial Traders follow the structure of the original 36 Strategies of the Chinese. The first 18 strategies are applied when you have the advantage –– the luxury of time and resources to examine techniques to recognize and maximize the return from these market opportunities. The second 18 strategies are applied when you are at a disadvantage –– they are strategies used against investors and traders to inhibit success. Many of the strategies are enhanced using derivatives.
Part I – Advantageous Strategies.
Part II – Opportunistic Strategies.
Part III – Offensive Strategies.
Part IV – Confusion Strategies.
Part V – Deception Strategies.
Part VI – Desperate Strategies.
Guppy writes in several Chinese language publications, including a fortnightly market commentary column in Beijing′s Weekly On Stocks magazine and Shanghai Securities News. His book Trend Trading Master is available in Chinese. He conducts regular financial training seminars in Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing and other cities in China. He has guest lectured at Xi′an University.
Guppy is a regular contributor to trading and investment publications in Singapore and Malaysia, including The Edge, Personal Money, and Smart Investor. He provides certified professional financial market training for the Singapore Society of Remisiers, and the Hong Kong Securities Institute.
A member of Technical Analysis Society of Singapore, the Australian Technical Analysis Association, the International Federation of Technical Analysts and Australian Government Securities and Investors Council, he also belongs to the Australian International Business Council and the Australia China Business Council. Guppytraders.com has offices in Australia, Beijing and Singapore.