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Have you ever wondered how the top City traders make big profits from share trading? Do you know why the best investors know exactly when the market is going to rise or fall? And do you wish you could do the same?
By following 20 hard and fast rules,Trading Secrets shows you how you can make the same high returns as experienced investors and traders. Using historical, economic and technical trend analysis from the last fifty years, it identifies ways for you to capitalise on such events as the clocks going back or moving forward, religious holidays, major sporting events and even the US presidential election.
Written for both experienced investors and also those with little knowledge of the stock market, Simon Thompsons practical investing guide offers trading strategies that you can use over the short-term or the long-term. It covers economic and stock market cycles so that you can be confident in your trading strategies, even when the market is falling.
Armed with Trading Secrets, investing will not only be enjoyable, but highly profitable too.
Simon Thompson is arguably one of the best stock-pickers of his generation, and the consistent results produced by his strategies put professional fund managers to shame. Hes one of few financial journalists who can make investment analysis a gripping read!
Matthew Vincent, Personal Finance Editor, Financial Times
He is always insightful and concise with an enviable track record of correctly identifying trends. Anyone who has listened to his advice will have weathered the downturn comfortably and will be ready to profit whatever the market conditions.
Dr Stephen Barber, Head of Research, Selftrade
Mr Thompson, yes he's good, but only if you understand it. Not really for the novice, and it's not cheap.Published 15 months ago by Allison Riley
just reading simon thompson's book at the moment.very interesting and informative,needs reading twice over with notes taken of all the different dates and a deeper... Read more
Nothing flashy, just simple analysis of trends that may be of use for investors. I have no hesitation in recommending.Published on 30 Jan. 2013 by G. Bains