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Trader Vic II

Principles of Professional Speculation

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Trader Vic II by Victor Sperandeo
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"The ultimate Wall Street pro. " --Barron's. Legendary investor Victor Sperandeo--"Trader Vic" to his colleagues--has a remarkable success record. How does he do it? The answers are in the advanced follow-up to the acclaimed Trader Vic: Methods of a Wall Street Master, cited by Stock Traders Almanac as the "best investment book of 1992. " Here, in his comprehensive second book--a must-read for serious investors and professional traders--the author details the three-step system of research, application, and testing underlying his highly profitable trading and forecasting methodology. He reveals the Street-tested techniques Trader Vic relies on to predict market trends. Victor Sperandeo (Dallas, TX) manages institutional and large individual portfolios for Hugo Securities Company, Inc. and The Professional C.T.A. Fund.

Author Biography

VICTOR SPERANDEO is a professional trader and money manager of twenty-five years' standing. He currently manages institutional and large individual portfolios for Hugo Securities Company Inc. and The Professional C.T.A. Fund. In 1971 he founded Ragnar Options Corporation and founded Hugo Securities, a trading partnership, in 1979. His success has brought him profiles in Barron's and The Wall Street Journal, frequent appearances on CNBC and other networks, and perennial popularity as a lecturer. He is the bestselling author of Trader Vic-Methods of a Wall Street Master (Wiley).
Release date NZ
March 14th, 1994
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
John Wiley & Sons Inc
Pages
304
Series
Dimensions
164x237x24
ISBN-13
9780471535775
Product ID
3079532

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