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by Tony Oz

eBook How to Take Money from Wall Street: Learn to Profit in Bull and Bear Markets epub
  • ISBN: 0967943515
  • Author: Tony Oz
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Investing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Goldman Brown Business Media (October 5, 2001)
  • Pages: 206 pages
  • ePUB size: 1199 kb
  • FB2 size 1154 kb
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Profit from Tony Oz's Highly-Acclaimed Money Management System. Risk/reward ratios with defined entry/exit points. Trade setups to watch for. And a how to use his new proprietary real-time scans.

Profit from Tony Oz's Highly-Acclaimed Money Management System. Effectively use MTF Charting Techniques in your Trading. Write and Execute a Trading Plan Successfully. Take Advantage of the Tony Oz Stock Market Calculator to Forecast Stock Prices. Utilize Real-Time Scanning Strategies to Find High Probability Trades. Time Your Entry and Exit to Capture Higher Rewards while Maintaining Lower Risk. Differentiate Between Classic Swing Trading Strategies and Oz's Low Risk Strategies. Utilize Real-Time Scanning Strategies to Find High Probability. Learn How To: Master the Mindset of a Professional Trader. Lists with This Book. BMT members' Recommendations.

Learn How To: Master the Mindset of a Professional Trader. I have just finished reading "How To Take Money From Wall Street", and I can say without question that this book has helped my trading more than any other book I have read. Profit from Tony Oz's Highly-Acclaimed Money Management System. This book excels precisely because it is different from most other "trading" books in three important respects.

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Author of: "Stock Trading Wizard - Advanced Short Term Trading Strategies for Day and Swing Trading" "The Stock Trader - How I make a Living Trading Stocks" "Building Blocks for Successful Daytrading" "How to Take Money from Wall Street - Learn to Profit from Bull and Bear Markets".

I use the 80-20's Strategy from "Street Smarts" by Laurence Connors and Linda Bradford Raschke from time to time.

16. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator. 17. The New Market Wizards. In this book, it is not the trading method itself that is important, but how Darvas methodically developed his own trading method to fit his personality and risk tolerance. Trading in the Zone" by Mark Douglas. I use the 80-20's Strategy from "Street Smarts" by Laurence Connors and Linda Bradford Raschke from time to time.

Learn How To:

Master the Mindset of a Professional Trader.

Profit from Tony Oz's Highly-Acclaimed Money Management System.

Effectively use MTF Charting Techniques in your Trading.

Write and Execute a Trading Plan Successfully.

Take Advantage of the Tony Oz Stock Market Calculator to Forecast Stock Prices.

Utilize Real-Time Scanning Strategies to Find High Probability Trades.

Time Your Entry and Exit to Capture Higher Rewards while Maintaining Lower Risk.

Differentiate Between Classic Swing Trading Strategies and Oz's Low Risk Strategies.

There are several key elements that Tony explains in a very digestible fashion. They include:

A well-defined money management system.

Significant but not overwhelming technical analysis indicators.

Risk/reward ratios with defined entry/exit points.

Trade setups to watch for.

And a how to use his new proprietary real-time scans.

Comments: (7)
Nilabor
This is a fun book that also manages to teach some stock trading at the same time. Some other reviewers complained the book has personal stories of Tony Oz; well that's one reason I liked the book, he talks from personal experience about all the mistakes you can make, there are some great lessons. No, this is not a book for advanced traders, this is a book for advanced beginners and intermediate traders who want to re-read everything they thought they knew. Tony has a few tricks that he plays really well. If you're just interested in the tricks, they are on one of his web sites. If you want to read about the tricks together with a bunch of other things in a great little book with a very positive message, read this book. Used through Amazon it's practically a steal.

Tony also has a training course on his web site, and I'm sorry to say I find it vastly overpriced, some $400. Come on, Tony, if you read this, you don't need to make money so badly that you need to charge $400. Charge $49.99, comparable to a 4 CD music set, and you would have lots of happy impulse buying customers, and you would be a lot more famous. You charge $20 per month for you stock scanner, which I think is reasonably priced.
Golden Lama
Great book. Lots of practical and objective trade education. Very specific about trading rules support resistance stop losses money management. The book was written 11 yrs ago but the information is what is used by a lot of today's trader. Book is a steal Get It!
VariesWent
This one was by far better than his other 2 books. Very straight forward and gives very practical suggestions. Its great for intermediate level traders as well giving them a process to follow.
POFOD
33% of this book is a review of the Tony Oz stock scanner. This section is available free on his web site.
33% of this book is his personal story
33% of this book explains his trading stratey and money management.
For the price I think it is a rip off though you will pick up some good points
Dandr
This is the best of the three Tony Oz books. I own all three.
I have read this book twice and referred to it numerous other times.
It covers the material in his first book, Stock Trading Wizard, but has updated the material more in tune to the current market conditions. For example, in his first book he recommends stocks based on RSI (relative strength), but seems to have backed off of this approach. His approach now is based on support and resistance. And who could argue? He really does a good job reinforcing the importance of finding support and resistance levels.
He also does a nice job talking about the mental part of trading. The author seems to have outstanding self-discipline when it comes to taking losses and setting stops, and this attitude becomes contagious throughout the book.
There are a couple of things I would've liked to see. The first is the formulas for the calculator he refers to throughout the book. It is suggested that readers download the calculator and use it, but I want to see how it calculates what it does before I will just blindly trust it.
Secondly, 30% of the book is spent on realtime stock scan formulas for which the formulas can't be published "due to copyright restrictions". He says to refer to his earlier book for the formulas. I went to his second book, which says to refer to the first book. Finally, the formulas are there in the first book. But not all of them. I was lucky that I own his other books. People who do not own his other books and are interested in his formulas will not be so lucky.
All in all, I have to give a strong recommendation to this book. It is well worth the money, and absolutely essential if you are a Tony Oz believer.
Vispel
This was the first book I ever read on trading stocks, and it almost turned me off of technical analysis forever. It suffers from a sort of catch-22-the book contains information that is pretty basic (support/resistance trading) and straightforward, and thus should be suitable for a beginner, and yet at the same time Oz's teaching jumps around so much and leaves such holes in the teaching of his techniques that one would almost need to already know what he's teaching before reading the book (which would, of course, defeat the purpose).

This brings me to another point about the clarity of the book. Oz's writing is, well, awful. I wish there was a more delicate way to put it--there isn't. I found myself reading and rereading almost every sentence, searching for a meaning and trying to follow every non-sequitur and piece of faulty logic through to Oz's disconnected conclusions. I recognize that the man is not a professional writer and that some allowance should be made, but I think its enough to have to understand the technique being taught without trying to figure out what he means by every misused word that comes out of context. Of course this criticism is coming from someone who studied literature and history in college, so I guess my judgment can be taken for what it's worth.

As a previous reviewer has pointed out, one of the problems inherent in a system like Oz's is that it depends on the participation of enough people (who also use support and resistance) to make the system viable; otherwise, it fails. I believe his system is too oversimplified for today's market, and I for one only started to make any money to speak of when I moved away from his technique and used it only as an afterthought.

In all fairness to Tony Oz his section on psychology is pretty good, and his risk/reward calculator can be useful (though the formula is so simple and obvious that it could be done easily with a calculator). These points, however, would not be sufficient reason to read the book, let alone buy it at such a high price. There are much better books out there on technical analysis that are easier to get and are much more thorough and straightforward. I'd recommend looking for something more readily available (and published by a major publisher)-I really don't think you'll miss out.
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