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“In Come Into My Trading Room, noted trader and author Dr. Alexander Elder returns to expand far beyond the three M’s (Mind, Method, and Money) of his bestselling Trading for a Living. Shifting focus from technical analysis to the overall management of a trader’s money, time, and strategy, Dr. Elder takes readers from the fundamentals to the secrets of being a successful trader–identifying new, little known indicators that can lead to huge profits.
Come Into My Trading Room educates the novice and fortifies the professional through expert advice and proven trading methodologies. This comprehensive trading guide provides a complete introduction to the essentials of successful trading; a fresh look at the three M’s, including a proven, step-by-step money management strategy; and an in-depth look at organizing your trading time. Come Into My Trading Room reviews the basics of trading stocks, futures, and options as well as crucial psychological tactics for discipline and organization—with the goal of turning anyone into a complete and successful trader.
By showing traders how to combine the elements of mind, method, and money, Come Into My Trading Room gives readers the knowledge and insight to enter the market with confidence and exit with profits. Unparalleled depth and a wide range of coverage will keep all levels of traders engaged, informed, and returning to Come Into My Trading Room again and again.”
PART ONE FINANCIAL TRADING FOR BABES IN THE WOODS 5
1 Invest? Trade? Gamble? 7
AN INTELLIGENT INVESTOR 7
AN INTELLIGENT TRADER 8
AN INTELLIGENT GAMBLER? 12
2 What Markets to Trade? 15
3 The First Steps 25
THE EXTERNAL BARRIERS TO SUCCESS 25
GETTING YOUR GEAR 32
ANALYSIS AND TRADING 39
PART TWO THE THREE M’S OF SUCCESSFUL TRADING 45
4 Mind—The Disciplined Trader 47
SLEEPWALKING THROUGH THE MARKET 49
A REMEDY FOR SELF-DESTRUCTIVENESS 54
THE MATURE TRADER 61
5 Method—Technical Analysis 67
BASIC CHARTING 68
INDICATORS—FIVE BULLETS TO A CLIP
6 Trading 123
SYSTEM TESTING 125
TRIPLE SCREEN UPDATE 128
THE IMPULSE SYSTEM 157
MARKET THERMOMETER 162
EXITING TRADES 165
CHOOSING WHAT TO TRADE 183
7 Money Management Formulas 215
NO MATH ILLITERATES 217
BUSINESSMAN’S RISK VS. LOSS. 218
THE 2% SOLUTION—PROTECTION FROM SHARKS 220
THE 6% RULE—PROTECTION FROM PIRANHAS 223
POSITION SIZING 227
MONEY MANAGEMENT STEPS 230
PART THREE COME INTO MY TRADING ROOM 233
8 The Organized Trader 235
TRADER’S SPREADSHEET 236
THE EQUITY CURVE 238
TRADING DIARY 240
ACTION PLAN 242
9 Trading for a Living 245
DISCIPLINE AND HUMILITY 247
HAVE YOU GOT THE TIME? 251
THE DECISION-MAKING TREE 257
BEGINNER, SEMIPRO, PRO 264
GOING PRO 267
10 Come Into My Trading Room 271
EXCERPTS FROM THE DIARY 273
YOUR NEXT TRADE 298
– “You can be free. You can live and work anywhere in the world,
be independent from the routine and not answer to anybody.”
With those words I began my first book, Trading for a Living. One of
my great pleasures in the years since its publication has been meeting
and becoming friends with people who became free thanks to successful
– Several times a year I run a Traders’ Camp, a week of intensive
classes at remote resorts. I enjoy my campers’ successes. A stockbroker
became a full-time trader, closed his business, and moved to Rio to
pursue a life-long interest in Latin women. A psychologist became
such a successful options writer that she paid for an early retirement
for her husband and moved with him to the Virgin Islands to become
an expert in what she calls synchronous hammocking. A man bought
a mountain in Vermont and trades from the house he built on its top.
I wish all students could succeed, but it’s not that simple.
How many psychiatrists does it take to change a lightbulb? Only
one—but the bulb has to want to change.
– To succeed in trading you need several innate traits without which
you shouldn’t even start. They include discipline, risk tolerance, and
facility with numbers. A big fat guy who is often drunk and can’t kick
a cigarette habit is unlikely to make a good trader—he lacks discipline.
A nitpicker who obsesses over each dime is too tense to live with market
risks. A daydreamer who cannot do simple arithmetic on the run
becomes lost when prices change rapidly.
– In addition to discipline, risk tolerance, and ease with numbers, successful
trading requires 3 M’s—Mind, Method, and Money. Mind means
developing psychological rules that will keep you calm amidst the noise of the markets. Method is a system of analyzing prices and
developing a decision-making tree. Money refers to money management,
which means risking only a small part of your trading capital on
any trade; think of the way a submarine is divided into many compartments
so that it won’t sink if one section becomes flooded—you
have to structure your account this way. Psychology, trading tactics,
money management—you can learn these skills.
– How long will it take you to become a competent trader and how
much will it cost? What rules do you set, what methods do you use,
and how do you split your trading capital? What should you study first,
second, and third? What markets should you trade, and how much
money can you expect to make? If these questions interest you, you
picked the right book.
– You can succeed in trading. It has been done before, and it’s being
done right now, today, by people who started from scratch, learned to
trade and are making a good living at it. The best ones make fortunes.
Others fail, out of ignorance or lack of discipline. If you work through
this book, ignorance will not be a problem, and you will hear me yell
at you again and again, pointing you towards disciplined, responsible,
– Trading is a journey of self-discovery. If you enjoy learning, if you
are not scared of risk, if the rewards appeal to you, if you are prepared
to put in the work, you have a great project ahead of you. You will
work hard and enjoy the discoveries you’ll make along the way.
I wish you success. Now let us begin.”
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About the author
– Alexander Elder, M.D., is a professional stock trader, living in New York. He is the author of Trading for a Living, Come Into My Trading Room and Entries & Exits, best-selling and well known among traders. First published in 1993, these books have been translated into Czech Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, and Russian. He also wrote Rubles to Dollars— a book about the transformation of Russia.
– Dr. Elder was born in Leningrad and grew up in Estonia, where he entered medical school at the age of 16. At 23, while working as a ship’s doctor, he jumped a Soviet Union ship in Africa and received political asylum in the United States. He worked as a psychiatrist in New York City and taught at Columbia University. His experience as a psychiatrist provided him with a unique insight into the psychology of trading. Dr. Elder’s books, articles, and software reviews have established him as one of today’s leading experts on trading.
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