I read "Stock Market Wizards" from cover to cover and consider all three of Jack's books along with others required reading.
She said that she didn't like to trade on the long side because making money didn't seem like work to her but selling short in a bull market takes a lot of work.
Still, it's a great read that is chock full of thought-provocing content just like all the books in this hopefully not-yet-complete series.
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Excellent book that gives quality insight into the mania of the late 1990s stock market.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Jack is a great writer and educator. But here we get an opportunity to hear from the interviews of other great traders.Published 5 months ago by kim
This book is easy to read with several interviews of successful stock-market traders and one psychologist who coaches traders. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ratatosk
Except the interview with Mark cook and Ahmet Okumus who give a few tips about trading, the rest is Just a waste of time and money,Published 8 months ago by A. Moujoud
First Michael Lauer and now the subject of another chapter in this book may have to be removed;
Steven A. Cohen of SAC; [... Read more
Do read. A must. Experience of many decades condensed into a few chapters. And high quality experience at that. Invaluable starting edge.Published 17 months ago by Shrikant Bandaru
Loved reading it. Each chapter is a new biography of the life and history of a successful stock trader. Everyone took a different path. Many are self taught. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by Katrina M