Fighting the Good Fight at Amazon

A day in the life of all of my ISBNs on Amazon:

The Complete TurtleTrader (paperback): #6,712
The Complete TurtleTrader (hardcover): #28,675

The Little Book of Trading: #13,783

Trend Commandments: #13,638

Trend Following (updated; current): #14,995
Trend Following (paperback; 07): #329,615
Trend Following (hardcover; 05): #625,145
Trend Following (hardcover; 04): #346,073

Sometimes wish all these editions did not cannibalize The Complete TurtleTrader and Trend Following! You can find them all here.

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  1. I think I have a copy of each one of those, including 3 copies of “Trend Following” starting with the original release.  Some I also purchased the Kindle version just to have it around all the time when I’m at work or on holiday.

    I coded up a system based on “The Complete Turtle Trader” and found that it worked great.  The money management was something I hadn’t realized earlier as the key to making this work.  As Tom Basso mentioned, these systems are like coin-flipping, in that the typical win/loss ratio is about 50%.  The only way you win with a coin is to make more on the wins than you lose on the losses, and that’s how the money management function works to make a 50% system pay off nicely.

    I can’t tell you how empowering it is to have a trading system that works in “good” markets and “bad” ones – and how “bad” ones are actually “good” ones when you have the right system. 

    Thanks again for all you have done and continue to do through your research, writing and podcast interviews!

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