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Hedge Fund Market Wizards. Schwager Ed Seykota. Description Creators Details Fascinating insights into the hedge fund traders who consistently outperform the markets, in their own words From bestselling author, investment expert, and Wall Street theoretician Jack Schwager comes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of hedge funds, from fifteen traders who've consistently beaten the markets.
Jack D. Schwager - Author Ed Seykota - Author of introduction, etc. Languages English. Fascinating insights into the hedge fund traders who consistently outperform the markets, in their own words From bestselling author, investment expert, and Wall Street theoretician Jack Schwager comes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of hedge funds, from fifteen traders who've consistently beaten the markets. Details Publisher: Reviewed by Mark S.
The wizards trade in all markets, including futures, options, equities, and bonds. Determining how great traders acquire and use their special skills has been an elusive quest. We have no shortage of cookbooks on how to trade, but only a limited number of books describe the decision processes of those who speculate as a profession. Trader confessionals exist often as testimonies to egos, but few focus on the details of decision making. These books are neither cookbooks nor testimonials but question-and-answer conversations with traders who talk about their thought processes, how they entered the business, their trading styles, and market battles they have undertaken.
These interviews provide a sense of realism about how traders think.
The interviewees are not always extraordinary individuals; often, they are simply hard-working professionals who manage the anxieties and uncertainties of trading by developing styles that work within the comfort of their skills and personalities. Readers will not feel shortchanged; the book has 15 new trader interviews, divided by style into macro, multistrategy, and equity sections.
The Little Book of Market Wizards
Some of the traders, such as Joel Greenblatt, Ray Dalio, and Ed Thorp, are well known, whereas others may never become household names. Each has a story that provides insight into how speculators go about their business. For example, the Ed Thorp interview, which is the longest, is almost worthy of a book in itself.
Some are good at providing memorable quotes, whereas others furnish voluminous facts about their craft, but each describes finding a way to play the game of trying to beat the market. Although the interviews are wide ranging, each has a major theme or lesson.
Hedge Fund Market Wizards: How Winning Traders Win
They may be broad macro thinkers, risk arbitrageurs, fundamentalists, quants, or technicians. A recurring theme is that successful traders follow their own muse. A strategy that works for one could be a disaster for another. The wizards improvise and adapt to find a comfort zone even though their basic trading principles are similar.
They are like jazz musicians who modify a basic song to fit their own styles. Adaptation is a continuing process for them; they do not stick with one way of thinking for success.
Because the world changed. Every trader interviewed has a method for measuring the return to risk of each trade.
They all generate expected payoffs and develop scenarios for both upside and downside outcomes. Forecasting skill is honed not only through forming expectations for fair value in prices but also through focusing on forecast precision.
Still, as one trader points out, knowing when it is raining is as important as forecasting the weather. The information the traders use in generating forecasts depends on the trading style.
Quantitative traders estimate expected returns and well-defined odds of success on the basis of historical relationships. Short-term traders measure flow and sentiment to determine price behavior. Longer-term traders, who are often theme based, try to set bounds on risk in an uncertain world through economic logic and scenario analysis. Schwager manages to tease out how each trader goes about these complex tasks in many different markets.
This recurring theme is consistent with the view that the probability of any trade is not easily measurable, no matter how smart the trader is or how much information is gathered. The wizards understand their personal capacity for taking risk and their skill in measuring it. They see the difference between risk intelligence the ability to measure odds and risk aversion the unwillingness to take on certain risks.JACK D.
Still, the question-and-answer format, with traders telling in their own words how they developed their craft, is more engaging than any dry set of dictums. From bestselling author, investment expert, and Wall Street theoretician Jack Schwager comes a behind-the-scenes look at the world of hedge funds, from fifteen traders who've consistently beaten the markets. Like the fourth installment of any good thing, this newest Market Wizards book suffers from diminishing marginal utility, and at more than pages, it contains some repetition.
Exploring what makes a great trader a great trader, Hedge Fund Market Wizards breaks new ground, giving readers rare insight into the trading philosophy and successful methods employed by some of the most profitable individuals in the hedge fund business.
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