Top critical review
A decent book that could be 1/2 as long.
Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2021
The book isn't bad. It covers many important concepts of trading psychology.
However, at least 50% of this book is verbatim quotes from the students in Andrew Aziz's VIP trading group--LOTS of stories and anecdotes about what mistakes to avoid, etc. You could get the same experience by reading just about any subreddit or blog about trading psychology. I found myself skimming over large sections of the book because the stories felt very redundant. Aziz will write a few paragraphs about the dangers of averaging-down a trade, for instance, and then follow it with seven stories from his trading students about the dangers of averaging down. And these aren't summaries--these are verbatim quotes, copied from his trading group and pasted into his book. I hope his students are getting royalties.
Multiple times in his book, Aziz mentions the late Mark Douglas, who wrote "Trading in the Zone" and "The Disciplined Trader." Both books are superior to this one--particularly "The Disciplined Trader."