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"Michael Covel's Trend Following: essential."
Ed Seykota, Market Wizard
"'Could you be on a desert island and make money trading?' was the question I was asking myself...Our sort of approach [trend following] to markets is a science. It is an unpublished science, but it is a real one."
Legendary Trend Follower
"The way I see it, you have two choices–you can do what I did and work for 30-plus years, cobbling together scraps of information, seeking to create a money-making strategy, or you can spend a few days reading Covel’s book and skip that three-decade learning curve."
Larry Hite, Market Wizard
"I have been trading for many years and doing okay but my method was not systematic enough and too stock focused. I decided that I needed to up my game and ran across a reference to Trend Following while reading another book. I decided to contact Mike after reading the book and decided to work with him one on one. This experience has put me in a new league and really helped me focus on my weak areas which were risk management and portfolio selection. I would recommend any trader who is not where they want to be to start with Mike and the Trend Following book, website and course material."
"I am a big fan of Michael Covel. What impresses me the most is his single minded determination to get his message out regarding his central theme: trend following works. I traded my first futures contract in 1969 and spent my professional career in the futures industry until my retirement in 2001. Through the years I have been asked many times for advice about how to attempt to be a successful trader. My answer now–read and apply Covel."
Trend Following Radio has reached as high as #2 on iTunes with 3.9+ million listens. Guests across 450+ episodes have included Nobel Prize winners Daniel Kahneman, Vernon Smith, Angus Deaton, Harry Markowitz and Robert Aumann.
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