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How to Lose Money Profitably
Author: Mark Cook
Running Time: 90 minutes
Workbook Length: 7 pages
Mark brings twenty-four years of experience to this thought-provoking session, intended for those who aspire to the six to seven figure incomes of the professional trader. Mark will describe his famous, widely published “Cook Cumulative Tick”, an overbought-oversold indicator which draws on correlations between the S&P 500, T-Bonds and the S&P 100 Index Options (OEX). He will also detail the important concept of winning versus losing trade percentages and why strict adherence to trading details turns a losing trader into a consistently profitable one. Mark is known for his frankness and will emphasize the intense nature of the business and the tough world of the professional trader.
About The Author
A trader for twenty-two years, Mark Cook operates from his family’s 1870s farmhouse in East Sparta, Ohio. He manages his own and client’s accounts and offers a fax advisory service, Mark D. Cook’s Trader’s Fax, on S&P and T-Bond futures and OEX options, that is specifically dedicated to helping people become better traders.
His own early trading years were difficult, but as he struggled for success, he gained valuable experience and learned what makes – and breaks – a trader. Mark developed the Cook Cumulative Tick™ Indicator and gained acclaim by winning the 1992 U.S. Investment Championship with a 563.8% return.
He has written numerous articles for industry publications including Futures magazine, Financial Trader and Barron’s and was featured in Forbes magazine (January 1994). In addition to his trading activities, he conducts workshops and teaches traders from around the globe, helping them learn how to make the most of their natural talents.
Mark D. Cook was selected for Jack D. Schwager’s new book, Stock Market Wizards, due for release shortly. Mr. Schwager previously wrote the best selling books, Market Wizards and The New Market Wizards. Now Mr. Schwager is placing emphasis on traders proficient in the stock market with years of successful track record, which characterizes Mark D. Cook’s market timing techniques.