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Trading Wisdom
50 lessons every trader should know
Cheds - 2021-04-26
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Learn the ins and outs of trading with Trading Wisdom. This book covers key subjects such as trading psychology, risk management, and technical analysis. With personal anecdotes and tricks to minimize losses, Cheds offers valuable insight gained through personal experience to help traders avoid common mistakes. Perfect for beginners and experienced traders alike, this book condenses years of work into one comprehensive guide. Don't miss out on the chance to learn from a successful trader who has been through it all.
Sharon Hayes
@scottmelker @BigCheds It's a fantastic book. I wish I had this when I first started trading.      source
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The Magic of Thinking Big
David J Schwartz - 1987-04-02 (first published in 1959)
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Discover the power of thinking big with this program designed by Dr. David J Schwartz. Learn how to achieve success and satisfaction in your job, family, and community, without relying on innate talent or intellect. This book offers practical methods for developing the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that lead to great success.
Sharon Hayes
@Persephiroth There's a great book I'd suggest reading for expanding your thinking - The Magic of Thinking Big. It's an old book but you can download the pdf online or get it on Amazon. Believe in yourself & figure out the next step. You've got this! Message me if you're ready to talk later.      source
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Salt Sugar Fat
How the Food Giants Hooked Us
Michael Moss - 2013-02-26
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Discover the shocking secrets of what's really in your food in Salt Sugar Fat. Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Moss takes an investigative look at the processed food industry, revealing how companies manipulate chemical structures to make their products irresistible. Moss sheds light on the tactics used by recognizable brands like Coca-Cola, Oreos, and Nestlé, and why even concerned executives can't produce truly healthy alternatives. You'll never look at your pantry the same way again.
Sharon Hayes
@novenator @andrewmarsh6 @williamorr2110 @EmmaKinery Fat alone doesn't cause obesity. Excess calories do. This is science. There's a fantastic book called "Salt Sugar Fat" that looks at what the food industry does to get consumers hooked.      source
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