Book Review: “The Handbook of Trading Strategies for Navigating and Profiting from Currency, Bond, and Stock Markets”

Author: Greg N. Gregoriou This is a book I enjoyed reading. Compared to some other arid titles in finance, “The Handbook of Trading Strategies for Navigating and Profiting from Currency, Bond, and Stock Markets” represents a change in approach which I appreciated. Why? Well, the answer comes in relatively easy. “The Handbook of Trading Strategies” is not an academic book […]

“Forex Chartist Companion – A Visual Approach To Technical Analysis” by Michael Duane and James Lauren Bickford – A Book Review

If you read my previous book reviews, then you certainly know how much I like this type of companion books. Mostly I enjoy the graphs and seeing the logic behind- and the more I see, the more puzzled I am (but this is another topic). “Forex Chartist Companion – A Visual Approach To Technical Analysis” was no exception to the […]

Book Review – “Handbook of Finance, Volume III – Valuation, Financial Modeling and Quantitative Tools” by Frank J. Fabozzi (editor)

This week I managed to get over another monster book in finance – the third volume of a well respected series of handbooks put together by the Yale Professor in the Practice of Finance, Frank. J. Fabozzi. It is hard not to be impressed when you first look at such a book – it is a massive tome of 835 […]

Book Review – “Derivatives- Principles and Practice” by Rangarajan K. Sundaram and Sanjiv R. Das

“Derivatives – Principles and Practice” is an advanced derivatives set-up and trading handbook, with a lot of useful maths, tools, cases and refferences inside. If until now I focused my readings on application oriented stuff on technical analysis, with “Derivatives- Principles and Practice” my lectures took a 360 degrees turn. McGraw-Hill Professional is well known for publishing as-academic-as-possible books in […]