Tuesday, March 8, 2011
The Adam Theory of Markets by Welles Wilder
The Adam Theory of Markets
by Welles Wilder
Book Description: Cavida Ltd., McLeansville, 1987. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Hardcover, Green with gilt lettering on the spine and cover, 1987, INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR on front endpapers: To John Harder, Best Regards, Welles Wilder 6/15/87."
Book Condition: Very Good, slight signs of wear to spine extremes, edges and corners, Pages clean and bright. Some pencil marks on front endpapers, otherwise all other pages clean, no marks.
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good, (in mylar) slight yellowing due to age, slight wear to edges and corners.
Synopsis: Adam is about making profits trading the markets. and freely traded markets anywhere in the world. Adam presents a special way to look at markets and an even more special way to trade the markets. Wilder adds a slight twist to trend trading giving it a Zen like perspective. The concepts are solid. I've read some reviews that state this book is too simple, but the author points out that trading the markets successfully IS about simplicity and not "over thinking." Interesting reading, I gained a few nuggets from this one. Remember, you can always buy this book and resell it if it's not something you want to keep in your library. 131 pages. Collectible. Signed by Author.
Status: NFS Alanpuri Private Collection