The Tao of Trading: How to Build Abundant Wealth in Any Market Condition

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The Tao of Trading: How to Build Abundant Wealth in Any Market Condition

Hardcover – June 22, 2020

by Simon Ree (Author)


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Stop dreaming of great returns and start achieving them.


Deep down, you know that sticking your money in a bank account or mutual fund won't get you in the fast lane to prosperity, but you're not sure where to turn.


If you're serious about growing your wealth quickly, you need a book that teaches time-tested strategies that will help to greatly accelerate your wealth creation.


The Tao of Trading is that book.


In his twenty-five years as a banker, adviser, and player in the markets, Simon Ree has witnessed firsthand the many hurdles individual investors must overcome to succeed. He wrote this book to put you on the fast-track to financial success.


In this book, you'll learn:

How to instantly read market trends so you're "sailing with the wind at your back"

The most powerful tool in finance for building your wealth AND managing your risk

How to generate consistent cash flow from the stock market

Simple to learn techniques that will have you trading the markets like a pro

And much more

This is the resource you need to prosper whether markets are rising, falling...or crashing!


About the Author

SIMON REE has twenty eight years of experience as an active trader, investor, and financial markets professional. He previously held senior positions with Goldman Sachs in Sydney and Citibank in Singapore before deciding to focus on options trading full-time in 2017. He has spent over 40,000 hours watching and analyzing markets, and during this time, he "cracked the code" on how to trade safely and profitably. Today, he's passionate about teaching others what he's discovered. In addition to trading, Simon is a certified Jeet Kune Do instructor and a Reiki master. He lives in Singapore.


Publisher ‏ : ‎ Houndstooth Press (June 22, 2020)

Language ‏ : ‎ English

Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 342 pages