Category: OP’s Reading List

  • Interview with Curtis Faith (A Turtle Trader)

    As I shared earlier, I am interviewing Curtis Faith (An original turtle trader and author of a few excellent books on trading including the latest one “Trading from Your Gut”) tomorrow. This is rather a unique topic which has been discussed often on OPDiscussion forum as well as via e-mail exchange, time and again. This…

  • Trading from Your Gut

    Ever thought of understanding what does it take to be A Turtle Trader? What is “Trading from Gut“? How to make decision based on System Trading + Intuition Trading? Here is your chance to ask questions directly from the Turtle Trader, Curtis Faith, as I interview him during last week of Feb’10. Limited number of…

  • Volatility Edge in Options Trading

    One complete book on Volatility!! What??? Yes, that was the reaction I had on my mind when I received an offer from Financial Times Press to review manuscript of an upcoming book “Volatility Edge in Options Trading” by Jeff Augen, Instructor, New York Institute of Finance. Since I have a insatiable desire to learn, I…

  • OP’s Reading List

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) The reading list is gradually growing. As you might have noticed I don’t recommend book just for the sake of recommending and earning peanuts from Amazon. Hopefully, I have been able to provide value for your bucks and have added to your ever growing knowledge bank. Firstly I introduced “The…

  • Heads, I win; Tails, I don’t lose much

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) <> I love this philosophy and that’s what I try using at OPN. OPN’s portfolios are based on statistical probability advantage. Let me introduce a great book that I finished reading over the weekend. The book is by Mr. Mohnish Pabrai (The “copy cat” of Mr. Warren Buffet). To briefly…

  • Making Sense of Economics

    (for details pls visit www.OptionPundit.net) Every week we see loads of economic data that may move markets in either direction, but ever wonder how to make meaningful sense of it? Here is my latest book recommendation and addition to OP’s reading list. This book is a classic MBA economic text book but I think a…