After nearly 25 years, the turtles come out of their shells.
Way of the Turtle takes a never-before-seen look at the legendary Turtle Traders and the famous experiment that made them millions. Curtis Faith, the most successful member of this elite group, breaks the silence to reveal the rules, timing, risks, rewards, and secrets to his biggest trades and 100 percent annual returns. Sharing behind-the-scenes insights and step-by-step techniques, Faith shows how you can use the Turtle Way to achieve enormous profits-whatever your skill level.
“The most successful turtle was apparently Curtis Faith. Trading records show that Mr. Faith, who was only 19 when he started the program, made about $31.5 million in profits for Mr. Dennis.”-Stanley W. Angrist, The Wall Street Journal
Curtis M. Faith was the most successful of the Turtles, earning more than $30 million for Richard Dennis while trading as a Turtle. He is one of the industry's leading pioneers of mechanical trading systems and software. Faith is currently head of research and development for Trading Blox, LLC, a company that specializes in software for trading system analysis and development. He also runs an Internet forum for mechanical system traders at tradingblox.com/forum.
This book wrote by unprofessional writer. It is a very poor organized, unreadable exposition, contains irrelevant examples. Read morePublished 6 days ago by baram
This book is full of editorial blunders that any competent proofreader could have found. Where is the Errata for this book?Published 1 month ago by Tom Stevelt
Fuller provides clear and useable information for Stock Market traders. He reveals methodology which
remained hidden for years. It works for me.
I hope that everything as describe at this book is really working in the real life, Nice story, good examples. One again, we
are hoping that it will work for us.
The last paragraph is very inspiring. It raised my rating of a 3 to 5 in just a few pages.Published 3 months ago by mark zambelli
Lots of analytical jargon and analytical philosophy. It is good to be familiar with markets and perhaps have some experience trading in order for this book to be useful. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Larry Carpenter
I read this book over 3 years ago, It's based on a true story about this group of talented folks that were taught a sophisticated trading strategy used by two market gurus. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Harmon
If you are interested in mechanical trading. This book will give ideas on how to structure your thinking about mechanical trading. And, how to make it work to your benefit. Read morePublished 5 months ago by cj7899
Explained the process and mindset of a trader well. Highly recommend for those thinking of becoming a serious trader. Good tradingPublished 6 months ago by john g van sciver