Here are ten Markets Wizards that are on Twitter that appeared in Jack Schwagers series of books profiling the greatest traders in the world. We should all be listening to what they share, they are some of the best traders in the world.
If you don’t mind being wrong on the way to being right you’ll learn a lot—and increase your eﬀectiveness. But if you can’t tolerate being wrong, you won’t grow, you’ll make yourself and everyone around you miserable …
— Ray Dalio (@RayDalio) December 22, 2018
Words From the Wise: An AQR Interview with Ed Thorphttps://t.co/NBK1V46j7E
— Edward O. Thorp (@EdwardOThorp) March 20, 2018
I had some time over the weekend and finished up work on a paper I started some 20 years ago on a superior way to truly measure return to risk. I call it the ETR Comfort Ratio. Check it out and enjoy the ride at: https://t.co/9NvGJeWnjb
— Tom Basso (@basso_tom) November 7, 2018
Do you know your trader type? Go to https://t.co/XJTXZN4SYE and see if your trading type is what you expect.
— Van Tharp (@vantharp) October 2, 2017
If you feel like quitting or giving up… it’s not because of the “market,” it’s because you lack skill and discipline. Instead of quitting… learn from your mistakes and vow never to repeat them. Work on building your skills.
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) February 6, 2019
On dec 24 95 percent of the sp500 was below its 50 day moving average. The most in history. Today 90 percent are above the 50 day . In the 97 percentile in history …… an amazing move….
— The Opportunistic Trader (@opptrader1) February 16, 2019
“Profits are like eels, how easily they slip away.” Confusion de Confusiones, 1688, one of the first books on trading.
— Linda Raschke (@LindaRaschke) June 13, 2019
“Smart guys are the most dangerous. They are the most prone to overconfidence and the most susceptible to overthinking. Fight to keep it simple. It is extremely hard to not overthink—all the more so if one has a deeply ingrained fundamental background.”https://t.co/i66MPf62l7
— Jerry Parker (@rjparkerjr09) August 1, 2018
typically depends on exercising self-control in the moment of now. http://t.co/Gxpn2X5FS8 pic.twitter.com/NWy7sTwIyU
— The Trading Tribe (@TradingTribe) September 14, 2014
Horse racing —A humbling sport–A long ride home last night from Chicago and our last place finish in the Beverly D.
— MARTIN SCHWARTZ (@MARTINSCHWARTZ4) August 17, 2014