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 Portfolio Management Formulas : Mathematical Trading Methods for the Futures, Options, and Stock Markets

And how ``success'' without using all three is most likely incidental In addition non stationary distribution of profits and losses and drawdowns are incorporated into the discussions to expose traders to the highs and lows of commodities markets and how best to leverage their asse. THIS BOOK GAVE ME ALOT TO THINK ABOUTBUT WONDER HOW PRACTICAL THE RECOMMENDED FORMULAS AREDOES ANYONE KNOW ANYONE WHO STILL USES THIS METHOD

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Explores two neglected mathematical tools essential for competing successfully in today's frenzied commodities markets uantity which shows the proper amounts a trader should trade for a given market and system and intercorrelation of returns diversification which shows not only whi. I couldn t have went from someone who wanted to understand how to think about position sizing of a strategy to someone who had gotten into this mindset while reading this bookIf you hear about a probability mindset being essential to good trading than to me the thinking in this book is an essential element to that mindset

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Ch markets and systems to trade but how to diversify with respect to trading the right uantities for each market By using these lesser known tools in conjunction with the popular tradesystem selection tools readers will see mathematically how success in the markets can be achieved. Ralph Vince has done some excellent work here in defining optimum position size The math is over my head but he made it easy for me to follow

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6 thoughts on “ Portfolio Management Formulas : Mathematical Trading Methods for the Futures, Options, and Stock Markets

  1. says:

    I couldn't have went from someone who wanted to understand how to think about position sizing of a strategy to someone who had gotten into this mindset while reading this book.

    If you hear about a probability mindset being es

  2. says:

    Ralph Vince has done some excellent work here in defining optimum position size. The math is over my head but he made it easy for me to follow.

  3. says:

    THIS BOOK GAVE ME ALOT TO THINK ABOUT
    BUT WONDER HOW PRACTICAL THE RECOMMENDED FORMULAS ARE
    DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYONE WHO STILL USES THIS METHOD?

  4. says:

    I bought this book in 1991 shortly after it came out. It contains a lot of interesting theory with lots of math behind it.

    Unfortunately I have yet to put any of this theory to practical use in real world trading or investing. The book is sorely lacking in real world examples. I am not a futures trader so I might feel differently if I were, or if I were betting on sequences of coin flips, but so far this book has sat on my bookshelf

  5. says:

    I found this book to be amazingly good. Equities traders should be forwarned that "Optimal f" is employed here for commodities traders that can make use of big margin, but Vince may have addressed this issue in his

  6. says:

    Looks great and it came on time

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