Review Unholy Grails – A New Road to Wealth
by NICK RADGE
Lose money—who wants that? Doing so is easy, especially when you follow common thought. Trader and stockbroker, Nick Radge learned this the hard way (but what way could be better?) That is why Nick strayed from the herd and decided to tread the road less traveled.
His book, “Unholy Grails – A New Road to Wealth,” poses the question: Are you one of the herd? Radge makes it perfectly clear that to do more harm than good so.
What the book drives at is that should one see that stock prices move, the tendency is to stay that way. The implication being, a market participant, should not necessarily avail of an offer just because prices are plummeting; instead, they should focus on Momentum Investing.
Radge had discussed the concept at length, highlighting the impetus for the need for a renewal of investing mindset, which is the 2008 financial crisis that saw capital drop by 50%.
The book effectively compiles strategies for investors from all walks of life that are practical and grounded. These strategies can easily be used in a long-term setup on a day-to-day basis.
Readers agree that the book is able to take the GFC to full effect, thus rendering the techniques within the book with great impact.
About the Author
Starting his career in 1985, Nick Radge had already worked in an investment bank in Singapore, wherein he tested all his trading strategies for a total of 750 hours for 18 months. He had also published two other financial books, namely, Every-Day Traders (2003) and Adaptive Analysis for Australian Stocks (2006), which had also been published as an eBook in 2014.
Table of Contents
The book presents the following key points:
• The philosophy behind momentum investing
• How to create a positive expectancy from your strategy
• Eight fully disclosed and robustly tested investment plans
• Proof of concept from 6 years of indicative real-time performance results
• Interviews with investors who use momentum strategies with success
• Essential investment tips and tricks