Develop discipline, perseverance and a willingness to
These are just a few of the dozens of winning tips you’ll find in
Market Masters. What does it take to succeed? What do winners have in
common? How can their experiences help you succeed?
According to Jake Bernstein, great traders are created, not born. Those who lack
discipline, persistence and self-confidence lose the never-ending challenge of
trading profits. But those who survive the battle by using the tools of the
masters enjoy the fruits of consistent success. Here is an opportunity to learn
from some of the best-known international traders ever: George Angell,
day-trader, technical analyst par excellence; Gerald Appel, father of
MACD, one of the most widely followed timing tools; Bruce Babcock, developer of
trading software and publisher of Commodity Traders Consumer Report — the
industry watchdog; George Lane, father of stochastics and one of the most
experienced technical analysts in the world; Robert Prechter, the pre-eminent
Elliott Wave analyst whose forecasts are followed by traders throughout the
world; Welles Wilder, the man behind Delta and RSI and developer of technical
tools that have revolutionized the trading world.; Larry Williams, colorful,
controversial — a legend in his own time.
“Bernstein has done it again! Market Masters ranks among the greatest trading books ever. To learn what runs through the minds of great traders when they trade is the best of the best information. Every trader, new-comer or novice, will cherish this book forever. Get it, read it and live it!” —Commodities Educational Institute, U.S.A.
Jake Bernstein is president of MBH Commodity Advisors, Inc. in
Northbrook, Illinois, USA. He is recognized internationally as an authority on
seasonal and cyclic analysis, computerized trading systems, economic
forecasting, long wave cyclical studies and investor psychology. Bernstein has
written more than 20 books, including Strategic Futures Trading, The
Investor’s Quotient, Seasonal Concepts in Futures Trading, Facts on Futures,
Cyclic Analysis in Futures Trading, Why Traders Lose — How Traders
Win and Market Masters.. He has been trading since 1968. During the course of his years as a
trader, Bernstein has amassed a wealth of knowledge about the qualities that
either ensure failure or facilitate success. His personal acquaintance with the
trading greats makes this book one of his best. There is no substitute for
experience in the quest for success.