A popular trading guru and top statistician “opens the book” to her unique precision trading system
A former statistician in the field of brain research, self-made trader Anne-Marie Baiynd explains how to achieve consistently successful trades, regardless of market volatility.
In The Trading Book, Baiynd explains how to use her precision technical trading system-which significantly outperforms common indicators-and offers practical advice for training the mind for optimal performance. Readers learn how to combine an understanding of technical indicators with mental discipline to enter and exit trades more profitably.
Anne-Marie Baiynd (Charlotte, NC) divides her time between active trading and running training programs in her trading academy. She speaks to and advises proprietary traders, assists in behavioral engineering, runs the popular blog for day and swing traders, The TradingBook.com, and hosts the television show AnneMarieTV through StockTwits, LLC.
THE SMARTEST TRADES.
THE HOTTEST MARKETS.
THE ONLY BOOK YOU NEED.
You don’t have to be a professional trader to win big in the stock market. That’s what Anne-Marie Baiynd learned when she changed her career from neuroscience researcher to full-time momentum trader. Now, with her popular website and this brilliant new book, she teaches other traders how to master the market using her proven combination of analytics and psychology. The Trading Book shows you how to:
This one-of-a-kind guide goes beyond the numbers and statistics to show you the complex psychology behind the trades—from the greatest gains to the hardest losses. You’ll discover how other traders deal with making counterintuitive decisions; how to use technical indicators to identify the momentum and direction of the markets; and how to achieve your long-term financial goals through discipline, dedication, and endurance.
Filled with insightful case studies, interviews, exercises, and guidelines for keeping a personal trading journal, this is more than a crash course for beginners or an industry guide for experts. This is the book on trading.
Praise for The Trading Book:
“Anne-Marie is an amazing trader who loves to share ideas. She knows it makes her smarter and so sharing is not really giving away anything. Anne Marie can explain complex trading ideas in a digestible manner, and any level of trader or investor will benefit from this book.”
—Howard Lindzon, cofounder and CEO of StockTwits and author of The StockTwits Edge
“The Trading Book does an outstanding job of offering step-by step explanations of trading strategies and methods. Anyone looking for a clear path to profits in the markets will find the pre-trade checklist especially helpful for staying disciplined during the trading day. The lessons on reading stock charts are some of the best I’ve seen and worth reading multiple times.”
—Tim Bourquin, Traderinterviews.com
“This excellent book balances trading wisdom, psychology, common sense, and valuable strategies that you can put to work immediately. I think that the ‘woman’s perspective’ really adds something that most trading books are missing. Read this book; trust me!”
—Brian Shannon, author of Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes and President of Alphatrends.net
Anne-Marie Baiynd is president and CEO of TheTradingBook.com. A former neuroscience researcher and corporate recruiting executive, she currently runs a mentorship program, speaks to trading firms, trains proprietary traders, and manages client trading accounts.
|Table of Contents|
Chapter 1: Trading is not only about trading systems; Chapter 2: An Introduction to the markets; Chapter 3: Mental Preparation for trading; Chapter 4: Risk-Assessing this well determines your ability to trade long term; Chapter 5: The art of preparation; Chapter 6: Like moths to a flame; Chapter 7: Common Elements of trading; Chapter 8: The mindselt of the successful trader; Chapter 9: A brief review of candlestick behavior and volume; Chapter 10: A funning thing happened on the way to my desk; Chapter 11: Putting the simple pieces togeather; Chapter 12: Enter the fibonacci sequence; Chapter 13: Drawing the fibonacci retracements; Chapter 14: A winning system in action; Chapter 15: When things go awry; Chapter 16: What to do when trades go wrong; Chapter 17: Some real life examples; Chapter 18: Making this all work