Discover what distinguishes the winners from the losers from one of Australia’s top trading advisers, Brent Penfold, in his new book, “The Universal Principles of Successful Trading: Essential Knowledge for All Traders in All Markets”.
A sobering, conservative and truthful look at the pitfalls of active trading, Penfold’s book lends perceptive insight into why most trading methodologies fail, while challenging conventional thinking on trading psychology.
Supporting the universal principles are rare interviews from a diverse group of 15 successful traders from the United Kingdom, America, Singapore, Hong Kong, Italy and Australia – some, the new young guns of trading and others, the market legends who are trading just as actively today as they were over 50 years ago. Some of these Market Masters include top advisor to George Soros, Steven Cohen and Paul Tudor Jones – Tom DeMark; ‘Chart Man’ Daryl Guppy; and championship-winning day trader Andrea Unger. They offer the reader one singularly powerful piece of advice each, to help them towards their trading success.
The Universal Principles of Successful Trading is an expedient tool clearly and unambiguously articulating the roadmap to successful trading – a book that should belong on the shelf of every private investor.
About the Author
Brent Penfold is a full time trader, author, educator and licensed advisor. He began his career in 1983 as an institutional dealer with Bank America and today specializes in trading forex and global indices. Brent is the author of the bestselling book Trading the SPI (Wiley 2005) and is profiled in John Atkinson's e-book The Stock Market Wizards of Australia. Brent publishes daily newsletters for active Forex and Index traders and is a popular and sought after international speaker who has presented to traders throughout the Asia Pacific region in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, India, China, Australia, and New Zealand. Brent is a licensed futures advisor (AFSL 225946) and holds a Master of Commerce (Finance) degree.
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