" This book tells two stories: Irwin's personal story of his career at Commodities Corporation and the company's great success after its initial setbacks. For much of his twelve-year career at Commodities Corporation, the stories were interrelated.
Irwin experienced the classic syndrome known as ""The Peter Principle"" where he rose to the point where the job became too complex to handle. Commodities Corporation went through a similar experience where it ran into trouble following its uncontrolled expansion.
We get an insider view of what is needed to succeed as a futures trader and share in the personal experience of an up-and-down career."
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Published October 28, 2003
Business & Economics.