Trading Rules that Work by Jason Alan Jankovsky
The 28 Lessons Every Trader Must Master

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Trading Rules that Work introduces you to twenty-eight essential rules that can be shaped to fit any trading approach—whether you’re dealing in stocks, commodities, or currencies. Engaging and informative, Trading Rules that Work outlines the deeper psychology behind each of these accepted trading rules and provides you with a better understanding of how to make those rules work for you.
 

About Jason Alan Jankovsky

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Jason Alan Jankovsky is a twenty-plus year veteran of leveraged transaction trading. Trading extensively in futures, options, and FOREX since 1986, first as a customer and then as a registered broker, he is self-taught and self-educated. Working in almost all facets of the business, he has authored several trading systems, trained other successful traders and has been published in many industry periodicals; his numerous articles on global cash FOREX have appeared in TraderSavvy, The Perspective, SFO Magazine, and other industry publications. He is the author of Trading Rules that Work: The 28 Essential Lessons Every Trader Must Master (Wiley), an Amazon top-100 bestseller in the category of futures. He has focused on the psychology of trading as the key component to a successful trading methodology and teaches a six-week course on trading psychology every quarter to traders around the world. Jankovsky appears regularly as a guest speaker at many public and private trading forums and has been invited to speak at round-table discussions offered by the Orlando Money Show and others. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Jankovsky is an avid sailor and private pilot.
 
Published May 18, 2009 by Wiley. 212 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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