One Shot One Kill Trading

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 2, 2004 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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John Netto, a former U.S. Marine, designed his "One Shot–One Kill" trading methodology to leverage the patience, discipline, and execution skills he learned in the military with the technical skills he has mastered in the marketplace. In One Shot-One Kill Trading, Netto explains in detail his complete, proprietary One Shot – One Kill Trading Method. Some of the topics of interest to active professional and non-professional traders include:

In One Shot, One Kill Trading, Netto covers topics of interest to active traders, including:

  • Strategies for maintaining composure in the heat of battle
  • How charts can be vital for consistently selling strength in falling markets and buying weakness in strong markets
  • A complete "management matrix" for more effective trading strategies
  • Using “Netto NumbersTM” to calculate risk exposure and validity of trades before entry
  • Utilizing beneficial trader’s taxation rules

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OSOK is the most inspiring and thought provoking trading book I've read, probably because John is a real trader with massive experience. I recommend owning and internalizing OSOK to all traders of any markets.

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About the author (2004)

John F. Netto, C.T.A. (Seattle, WA) is principal and manager of Semper Fidelis Capital Management, L.L.C. Named one of 2001's top traders by Tradingmarkets.com, Netto offers seminars and workshops on his trading methodology.

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