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by Alexander Elder


In Sell and Sell Short, Dr. Alexander Elder examines one of the most overlooked aspects of trading and reveals how you can protect and profit from your trades by exiting them the right way. Throughout the book.

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Along the way, Elder also addresses short selling.

The New Sell & Sell Short delivers practical techniques for selling and . DR. Alexander Elder is a professional trader, a teacher of traders, and a psychiatrist. He is the founder of elder

The New Sell & Sell Short delivers practical techniques for selling and shorting. In his relaxed style, colored with humor, Alex details strategies for limiting risk and protecting profits. I've read hundreds of books on trading and consider his writings to be among the mostvaluable and useful. Traders who do not know when to sell or how to profit from price declines keep missing major opportunities and expose themselves to unnecessary risks. He is the founder of elder. com both of which provide educational services to traders worldwide.

Sell and Sell Short (Wiley Trading) by Alexander Elder Dr. Alexander Elder is the only author I am aware of that integrates trading psychology, money management, technical analysis and keeping a trading journal into on.

Sell and Sell Short (Wiley Trading) by Alexander Elder. Alexander Elder is the only author I am aware of that integrates trading psychology, money management, technical analysis and keeping a trading journal into one book. These four factors will determine whether you are successful in the market or not, even more than the trading method you choose. You will learn the three great divides in trading

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In Sell and Sell Short, Dr. Alexander Elder examines one of the most overlooked aspects of trading and reveals how you can protect and profit from your trades by exiting them the right way. Throughout the book, he explains how to set profit targets and stop-loss orders prior to entering any trade. He also shares real-world examples that show how to manage your position by adjusting your exit points as a trade unfolds. Along the way, Elder also addresses short selling.
Flarik
I work with several colleagues of mine in late 30's and early 40's studying their MBA. They spend quiet a bit of money, time and family time ( cases where kid's tv addiction linked to parents doing their MBA). Few of them managed to get promotion,some had their titles changed, some moved to different companies doing similar jobs etc. I asked some of them what was their objective of studying MBA at this age. Most have a vague objective,but as Dr.Elder quotes "A caged animal trying to grab it's tail"!. All of them have invariably tried their hand in stock market, got burnt and move back to the comfort of 'cubicle jungles'.

Had they spend the $20,000 or $30,000 they spend on MBA with proper training on trading, losses, trial and error in stock market, software many would have come far ahead in trading and 'self reliance' and 'early retirement' . Instead they fear the corporate layoffs and meaningless promotions that involve travel and less family time and divorce and rebellious kids. I have started the trading career like most others and lost money and thankfully got access to Dr.Alexander Elder's materials before a wipe off!

So now, we have a better way of self graduating to "MBA of trading' where you can be self reliant and retire by simply digesting Elder's books, his suggested reading materials, software ( ex : Metastock , tradestation), bite the painful bullet of losses, enjoy the pleasure of successful trade and slowly evolve to a mature trader. If you are a working professional, you will spend as much ( or more) time as a regular MBA Course, but at least if you happen to be a person fit for becoming an "MBA In Trading", you will be far better off than a MBA in a corporate culdesac.

Here is the suggested order to graduate yourself to an "MBA in Trading".

1. Trading for a Living: Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management ( You will need to read it twice)
2. Start making journals and learn from your on trading experiences
3. Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading (Masterpiece...Read 4 or 5 times to absorb the spirit and content of the book.)
4. Entries & Exits: Visits to 16 Trading Rooms (Wiley Trading) (Read couple of times)
5. Sell and Sell Short (Wiley Trading) (Read couple of times)
6. Read the books mentioned by other full time traders in "entries and exits" ( ex: Trading in the Zone: Master the Market with Confidence, Discipline and a Winning Attitude)
7. Understand Metastock, Tradestation, esignal type tools.
8. Attend his seminar if you can afford it.

Think about all the time ,money and effort you are going to put into it, it will be similar to the money spent on an MBA...and your title might be "Work from home CEO" with your job description like Self reliant full time trader who looks forward to Monday Mornings and for whom work is an everyday vacation and will work during a vacation also. He is available when kids need him

Reviewing his book in solitude will not serve the reader since it is a sequence of learning material in a tough world and should be treated as such.

I would call Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Tradingas his masterpiece,but Trading for a Living: Psychology, Trading Tactics, Money Management is highly recommended because of the sections like all technical indicators explained. Some tools might be tailor made for you. In Come Into My Trading Room: A Complete Guide to Trading, the book has narrowed down to exact trading tools Elder uses which is great,but for a newbie , it is better to read the entire menu ( Trading for living) and then chose your dinner ( Come Into My trading room). In trading parlance, The above two books will have to be your "core" positions .

Entries & Exits: Visits to 16 Trading Rooms (Wiley Trading) And Sell and Sell Short (Wiley Trading) are the perfect desserts.E and E is a classic which walks through some sample trades and also a glimpse of tools those users use. All of the traders are trading for living, some with less than 250k equity . Elder looks at their trade and see how simple he makes his trading decision . Sell and Selling short is more like an addendum to his previous books with focus on exit strategies.

I know there are plenty of readers who read financial (and wealth making) books for entertainment. If you are one of them ( The way to check is if you read financial books constantly AND do trading BUT do not have proper records), still this book will fit your case. Choice of words all along the book and subtle comedy makes it an equally interesting read.

EXAMPLES of some punch lines (not verbatim):
> A person who pees against the wind has no right to complain of laundry bills
> Newbies swarm to options to get more bang for their bucks,but it is usually their head that gets banged.
> What beginners call gut feel is usually an urge to gamble, and i tell them they have no right to a gut feel.
> If you pay high above EMA, you will find a greater fool who will pay even more
> Traders dream of profits but often freeze like deer in the headlight when a loss hits them

Whichever book you read in whatever order, make sure to read it, read again and read again .. tread carefully on stockmarket.You might win and in small and subtle ways it is happening to me!
BoberMod
There are a lot of people who give trading advice. I have read almost them all. Elder is the most valuable one I have come across. I have read all his books where in most cases I read the first one and out. This is a very interesting idea. An approach that is valuable in many ways .. a must read for the real serious trader.
Chinon
Elder explains well.
Zicelik
Again a qualtiy book by Alexander Elder. Although not as good as his classic (Trading for a Living) this book is well worth its money.
Only the last chapter on futures, options and forex may have been a bit longer. It's just too short.

One of the most helpfull tips I got from this book is to keep a diary on all my past trades. I'm currently maintaining a spreadsheet with one line for each trade, and 40 columns with information on that trade. For those interested, some of the column headings look like this: Entry price - Exit Price - Profit $ - Profit % - Low (during trade) - High (during trade) - MAE - MFE - Quantity - Stop - Exit - Reason for entry - Reason for exit - Reward - Risk - R-multiple - Post-analysis (1 mth & 3 mths after the trade): highest price, lowest price - ...

Also higly helpful are the two book references his gives in one of the chapters:

- David Allen - Getting Things Done
- Linenberger - Total Workday Control
Gralsa
This book is a must have for a trader. It even explains shorting in detail, which can be hard to find info on. The book is actually fun to read, it is not dry and boring. I have enjoyed reading this book, and learned some new things. I will definitely keep this book handy for a reference. I also recommend Elder's other books, "Come Into My Trading Room" (which is great for beginners), and "Entries and Exits".
Virtual
If you are searching around on Amazon for a book on trading stocks then look no further, this is it. I have been a successful trader for years and read over 85 books on trading, in my opinion this is the best. While as the title suggests it teaches when to sell your stocks for profits, and also does the best job I have seen on explaining short selling and when technical indicators show to short. This book is a complete book for any trader. The main lessons of this book is when to lock in profits and exit a trade using a target, and how to double your potential for profits by not only buying stocks but also selling stocks short and buying them back at a lower price for profit. Professionals sell short because while overall the stock market drifts upward, when a stock falls it falls over twice as fast as it rises. I sell short and it is a powerful tool when used correctly. This book will show you when it is appropriate to short.
Dr. Alexander Elder is the only author I am aware of that integrates trading psychology, money management, and record keeping into one book. These three factors will determine whether you are successful in the market or not, even more than the trading method you choose.
You will learn the three great divides in trading, technical vs. fundamental, trend vs. counter trend, and discretionary vs, systematic. The author follows a discretionary strong technical approach trading counter trend for the most part. However what you learn in this book can be applied to any type of trading. The authors own technical approach uses prices, volume, exponential moving averages (13 day, 26 day), envelopes, MACD, and force index. Limit your tools to no more than five, more is less, any more just causes confusion. The main method you will learn in this book is using the moving averages as a technical base for agreed upon value and buying at the lower edge of the envelope and selling at the high edge of the envelope when you have favorable MACD and force index agreement, or buying at value between the EXP MAs.
If you are going to be a trader you must follow the money management suggestions in this book. NEVER risk more than 2% of your total equity on a trade, and if you lose 6% of your equity in a month you must stop, clear your head and start back next month. If you follow the 2% rule from the book, it will be a major life lesson in your trading and save you a ton of equity draw downs.
Your long term success as a trader is determined by your ability to learn from your mistakes and not repeat them. The best way to do this is to keep detailed records on a spreadsheet and charts of each trade and a diary of why you traded. You must look squarely at each loss and win. If you learn from each bad trade and limit your loss to less than 2%, it can turn into a long term positive.
This review only scratches the surface of this great book. It is packed with very helpful principles, real trades, humour, and is just outstanding. I really grew as a trader from reading and implementing Dr. Elder's best selling classics "Come into my trading room" and "Trading for a living", but in my opinion this one is the best, using exerpts from his past books to build an even more complete picture. If your dream is to trade for a living or just trade succesfully this is the book to buy.
Sell and Sell Short ebook
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Alexander Elder
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