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What is the secret to top trader thinking

Wednesday 2nd August 2006

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What’s the secret to overall trading success? What sets successful traders apart from the unsuccessful ones? Expert author team Matt Kirk and Sari Mustonen-Kirk believe it’s the way they think.

Bullseye delves into the psychology behind successful trading, providing you with a comprehensive yet simple guide to help you get the best from your trading.

Top trading is a matter of thinking – the markets are surrounded with businesses to sell you the latest, greatest tool or gizmo to get and keep you on a winning streak.

But the truth is, it’s the way you think that will go a long way in determining whether you win or lose at trading.

In this fascinating book, the authors combine practical trading advice with valuable insights from noted traders such as Larry Williams, Daryl Guppy, Andrew Lythgo, Guy Bower, Catherine Davey, Andrew Patterson and Tom Scollon.

Bullseye shows you how to hit your trading target.

Bullseye, Top Trader Thinking is available through the Good Returns online bookstore or by calling 0800 345 675.

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