Trading Books: The Black Swan – The Impact of the Highly Improbable
Author: Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Publisher: Random House
- The Apprenticeship of an Empirical Skeptic
- Yevgenia’s Black Swan
- The Speculator and the Prostitute
- One Thousand And One Days, Or How Not To Be A Sucker
- Confirmation Shmonfirmation!
- The Narrative Fallacy
- Living in the Antechamber of Hope
- Giacomo Casanova’s Unfailing Luck: The Problem Of Silent Evidence
- The Ludic Fallacy, or The Uncertainty of the Nerd
- The Scandal of Prediction
- How to Look for Bird Poop
- Epistemocracy, a Dream Appelles the Painter, or What Do You Do if You Cannot Predict?
- From Mediocristan to Extremistan, and Back
- The Bell Curve, That Great Intellectual Fraud
- The Aesthetics of Randomness
- Locke’s Madmen, or Bell Curves in the Wrong Places
- The Uncertainty of the Phony
- Half and Half, or How to Get Even with the Black Swan
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Trading Book Review of ‘The Black Swan – The Impact of the Highly Improbable’ by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
This trading book completely changed the way I thought about probabilities in trading and everyday life. A hugely insightful look at the impact and true likelihood of improbable events. These are the events that either make or break traders, so this book is an absolute must-read for anyone who wants to survive and profit in the financial markets over the long term. If you have other trading books that you can recommend then please leave me a comment below and I will make a review about it!