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From What Is That Book About
Spotlight: Fed Up!: Success, Excess and Crisis Through the Eyes of a Hedge Fund Macro Trader by Colin Lancaster
The story Lancaster tells – which is based on real people and real events from his own career – is of a macro trader. They call him Boss. He lives and breathes the markets, to the detriment of his relationships with family and friends. The “family” Boss spends his time with is his team at the trading desk – Elias, their smooth-talking, party-loving trader; Jerry, their economic model-builder trying to gain a foothold in a career that demands complete devotion; Rabbi, their brilliant but pessimistic analyst, always looking for the down side; and Lifecoach, the only woman on the team, part lawyer, part CFA, and part fixer who plays a mean game of beer pong.
From Think Advisor
Buffett’s Investments: The ‘Great,’ the ‘Good’ and the ‘Gruesome’
“The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway: A Chronological Analysis of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s Conglomerate Masterpiece” (Harriman House-April 13), explores Berkshire’s development year by year, with Mead digging deep into the firm’s development from “a dying textile company” to the enviable success it is today.
From Trader's Mind Journal
The Pursuit of Trading Mastery
The ‘Traders Mind Journal’ has been developed to help traders to improve their trading performance through engaging in a focused, engaging and valuable journaling process, that has mindset, and mastery at its core.
The journal encourages traders to reflect effectively on their trading decisions, focus on developing core elements of their trading psychology, and to take identified actions that will help them to trade at their best.
From Market Watch
Opinion: Imagining Berkshire Hathaway after Buffett: Who will be CEO, what else will change — and what won’t
Adam J. Mead is CEO and chief investment officer of Mead Capital Management and founder of Watchlist Investing. Follow him on Twitter @BRK_Student. This is adapted from “The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway: A Chronological Financial Analysis of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger’s Conglomerate Masterpiece.”