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Robert Koppel

Bulls, Bears, and Millionaires

War Stories of the Trading Life

Publisher: Dearborn Financial Pub.

Publication: January 1, 1970

Nr of Pages: 209

$55.00 $20.00

“Raw, uncouth, and uncensored – like the trading floor – Bulls, Bears, and Millionaires tells the stories of some of the world’s top traders through personal interviews with the author. In their own words, these men and women describe what it’s like to work in the trading theater, where pulsating adrenaline, fever-pitched shouts, and pushing, shoving bodies form the electric mix of energy that fuels the furious buying and selling known as “the market.”” “Author and veteran trader Robert Koppel’s skillfully conducted interviews reveal the traders’ innermost desires, their strengths and weaknesses, and the qualities they must develop to survive – and thrive – in this most pressurized and competitive of environments. You’ll read about astounding wealth, humbling poverty, amazing stresses on the body, and unique skills you may never have imagined could help one succeed in the markets.” “These interviews give remarkable insight into the collective psychology that drives this group of millionaires and would-be millionaires to speculate not only on markets and prices, but in a literal sense on themselves. Their everyday enemies are emotion, remorse, panic, fear, greed, and resentment. Their keys to success are discipline, focus, and confidence.”–BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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