The Way To Trade Better Free eBook

The long-awaited follow-up to The Way To Trade, John Piper’s seminal work on trading psychology.

In The Way To Trade Better John Piper returns to the fundamental topic of transforming yourself into a winning trader. Building on more than 30 years of frontline trading experience and over two decades of teaching and coaching, he explains how winning at trading involves turning your trading into a business.

To do this, you follow a five-step process:

1. Focus
2. Style
3. Right Trading
4. Right Size
5. Successful Habits

John Piper guides you through these five stages and delves into essential areas that every winning trader needs to master, including Trading Systems, Money Management, Psychology, Good and Bad Habits, and Trading Professionally. Putting all this together, The Way To Trade Better is a complete guide to improving your trading and achieving better and more consistent profits.

Whether you are brand new to trading or have some experience and now want to move to the next level, let John Piper shows you The Way To Trade… Better.

Upon submission of this form you will be directed to Harriman House eBooks to download your copy of The Way To Trade Better which can be read on Amazon Kindle (eReader, or App), iPhone, iPod, iPad, Android phone / tablet or other smartphones, PC / Mac computer, Kobo and other eReaders. 

Terms, Risk Warning & Disclaimer:

This report is sponsored by Clear Capital Markets Ltd of 9 Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YF, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, No. 706689. Trading in equities may not be suitable for all investors. The value of investments and any income from them can fall as well as rise, and you may get back less than you invested. An investment’s past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Tax allowances depend on your personal circumstances and the benefits of tax-efficient accounts could change in the future. Before you begin to trade, you should obtain details of all commissions and other charges. You should make sure you can afford any potential losses before you begin to trade. Make sure you fully understand the risks involved and seek professional financial advice is necessary. If you are in any doubt, please seek further independent advice. Any person placing reliance on the report to undertake trading does so entirely at their own risk and CCM does not accept any liability as a result. Information and research produced by CCM does not constitute a recommendation or offer to make a transaction in any derivatives or securities, and is intended to be general in nature. This report is prepared and distributed for information purposes only.