A history of my trading life and the lessons and AHA moments I had as I figured out why certain concepts in trading were important or not important. I covered everything I could think of including: Buy/Sell engines, position sizing, mental side of trading and how to create you own version of an All-Weather approach. My most comprehensive book ever!
A collection of thoughts on trading from various interviews over the years as well as a collection of my research reports all designed to help you get into the mindset of a successful trader. Covel’s interviews are always insightful. AUDIBLE VERSION also available.
This book is a compendium of trend following strategies, risk management, human behavior, interviews, etc. Michael also offers a flagship trend following investment system. Input “bassospecial” at checkout for a discount on this trading strategy.
I wrote the foreword and loved the book. Great discussion of diversifying by strategy, automation and mental issues in trading. Laurens is a smart trader and offers some tutoring at The Trading Mastery School to traders striving to get better.
If you want the compendium, the next book is your best bet. My book is what I actually used during my Trendstat days and still do today. I cover why sizing is important, how to size initial positions in stocks or futures and how to manage position size throughout the life of the trade.
In my video series, Creating Your Own Personal Trading Strategy , I talk about changing your mental state to a helpful state and away from non-helpful states. Mark covers some of this here. Sadly Mark is no longer with us, but his great thoughts live on in his books and interviews.
This analysis is a helpful tool in determining your areas of strength, as well as areas of weakness as a trader. It can help guide you towards the areas you most need to world on to be more successful.
The second of Jack’s excellent interviews with top traders in the industry. I enjoyed being interviewed by Jack and liked the way he presented it in the book. Jack is the person who first tagged me “Mr. Serenity”.