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An American Hedge Fund How I Made 2 Million as a Stock Operator Created a Hedge Fund

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2 trillion is invested in the hedge fund industry and yet due to industry regulations the general public knows little about them This book will change everything Timothy turned 12000 of Bar Mitzvah. So interestingActually I'm in the same road as this guy nowIt's just the capital that still not as big as hisAnd I just manage my mother's money lol

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Egularly on CNBC all before the age of 26 It's been a wild ride This Rocky' like story is the first realistic look at the world of stock trading and hedge funds it will educate and inspire everyone. This book was a waste of time I just read it because I was amazed at how much bs the author was talking So my thoughts about this book is that Timothy Sykes is a fraud no one makes a hedge fund by making short positions in the spot market He had some luck throwing the coin but that's not sustainable especially when you are playing with the big boys Never read this book

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Gift money into 165 million trading thousands of stocks from 1999 2002 managed the #1 Short Bias Hedge Fund from 2003 2006 starred in the television documentary Wall Street Warriors and appeared r. So I found this book by sheer chance when looking for the worlds top bloggers Tim's story and his style of narrative was pretty exciting I felt like I was right next to him when he was executing some of his trades it was a complete edge of the seat high octane drama Only it was all real Recommended for aspiring traders who are disillusioned about how easy it is to make money It's honest and totally worth your time


10 thoughts on “An American Hedge Fund How I Made 2 Million as a Stock Operator Created a Hedge Fund

  1. says:

    The book is a self published work by the author who is on a mission to help the American people understand the onerous restrictions put on hedge fund advertising and soliciting The author failed in his attempt to create a successful hedge fundhe was refreshingly candid about his failures and poor investment decisions If you ever want to really understand the nature of a hedge fund this book will get you there I like Tim Sykes passion but the descriptions of his trading details and history was long and after a while boringit detracted from his main message But I did finish the book Would I recommendnot unless you were really interested in learning about the real nature of the hedge fund industry


  2. says:

    So interestingActually I'm in the same road as this guy nowIt's just the capital that still not as big as hisAnd I just manage my mother's money lol


  3. says:

    A sort of gonzo memoir of an amateur trader who supposedly turned his bar mitzvah money of 12k USD into 2M USD after 2 years of operations in his fund and parlayed this into an opportunity to start a hedge fund all while he was in his mid 20s Sykes who operated this fund in the late 90s to early 2000s broadly describes his strategy which was to lurk on trading forums and read the business news and other trading related material wait for good news on a micro cap stock and dump capital into that position to capture anticipated price actions from a short term positive momentum from the news From what I could tell much of his moves were done on rumors about these micro caps with a window of not than a few hours for much of his positions No apparent fundamental analysis or much analysis of any kind not really high freuency so not much uant work if he had a deeper system he doesn't reveal it in the book Still the book is at least entertaining and he provides minute by minute commentary on critical price actions or waiting for an anticipated one He purchased these micro caps at fairly large batches seems like the several thousands so definitely substantial capital in the tens of thousands and in some cases even higher Not sure if much of anything from his style is replicable he doesn't really describe his setups Don't get this book for instruction or to understanding trading or markets better Think of it as another piece of information that informs your intuition on trading Conditional recommend for those who have read traditional basic texts already and have some experiences in at least basic retail trading andor is familiar enough with financialmarket news to appreciate or be skeptical of moves the author outlines in his text


  4. says:

    First let me say I am a complete newbie to all things stock market and am just beginning my journey on expanding my knowledge I've always had an interest in finance and have always felt I was sort of destined for something Thus I came across Timothy Sykes and his million dollar challenge I found his story intriguing which led me to this bookAn American Hedge Fund is basically Mr Sykes autobiography beginning from when he first started dabbling in the stock market all the way through his attempt at managing his very own hedge fund I found that at times this book inspired me to learn making me want to hastily open a brokerage account and get started At other times it scared the bejesus out of me as I realized the enormous amount of money he traded and the great potential risk for loss And still at other times with all of the financial lingo and terminology it left me feeling overwhelmed and scared I would never be able to succeed as a trader on my ownIf you are looking for a book that gives you an insight into the hedge fund business I think this book does an awesome job of giving you a peek Before reading this book I had no idea what one was much less all of the restrictions placed on them If you're looking for an in depth how to manual this isn't it While following along on his trading journey will open a newbie's eyes to some trading terminology and common trading strategies it isn't going to give you any idea how or where to get started My research continues


  5. says:

    So I found this book by sheer chance when looking for the worlds top bloggers Tim's story and his style of narrative was pretty exciting I felt like I was right next to him when he was executing some of his trades it was a complete edge of the seat high octane drama Only it was all real Recommended for aspiring traders who are disillusioned about how easy it is to make money It's honest and totally worth your time


  6. says:

    This is a memoir type book on Tim Sykes rise in penny stock trading and later into an unsuccessful run at managing a hedge fundI agree with other reviewers Tim does write in an exciting way that makes you feel like you are in the room as this all is going down However the book feels rushed and guarded As Tim makes his money now by teaching his techniues this book talks little about his strategies and on the emotional ups and downs of stock trading


  7. says:

    Read the online book and now listening to the Audible audio book to reinforce some of the good stuff on a learning curve for trading stocks The book is from a few years ago and Sykes has freuent new vids also some free at you tube and some with paid access to his Pennystocking Silver monthly subscription at profitly online


  8. says:

    This would be an inspiring read for anybody starting out as a day trader however boasts the narcissism of Tim Sykes strongly Tim has a very difficult time getting past his own narcissism in order to add true value to the reader Would still recommend to a new day trader but don't expect an information packed book with much than his specific story


  9. says:

    This book was a waste of time I just read it because I was amazed at how much bs the author was talking So my thoughts about this book is that Timothy Sykes is a fraud no one makes a hedge fund by making short positions in the spot market He had some luck throwing the coin but that's not sustainable especially when you are playing with the big boys Never read this book


  10. says:

    Very easy read is like if Tim was talking to you Shows his story and a lot of learnings


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