The New Market Wizards
|Author||Jack D. Schwager|
|January 26, 1992|
|Preceded by||Market Wizards|
|Followed by||Stock Market Wizards|
The New Market Wizards is a book by Jack D. Schwager published on January 26, 1992 by HarperCollins. The format is very similar to his 1988 Market Wizards, with a new selection of interviews with super-traders.
As in the previous volume, Schwager starts with a frank discussion of his own trading experience, followed by a surprising diversion comparing Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait with a trade that went wrong.
The rest of the book is broken into five parts including interviews with different types of traders and brief discussions of the lessons to be learnt from them, plus a part on trading psychology and a final part summarising the wisdom gained from all of the interviewees in 42 golden rules.
- 1 Contents
Part I: Trading perspectives
- Misadventures in Trading
- Hussein Makes a Bad Trade
Part II: The World's Biggest Market
Part III: Futures-The Variety-Pack Market
Part IV: Fund Managers and Timers
Part V: Multiple-Market Players
Part VI: The Money Machines
Part VII: The Psychology of Trading
Part VIII: Closing Bell
- Market Wiz(ar)dom
- A personal reflection
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