The same person who gave me Liar's Poker also gave me Goldman Sachs by Lisa Endlich. I have looked at it a little but have not started reading it yet. The Market Wizards books are a favorite of mine as well, only because of the mass of different opinions and the fact that ideas are not repeated and monotonous, like many books by one author. I agree with you that much trading literature (along with investing, real estate, forex, online auctions, etc.) is only about how much you can make, etc. and that is really not what I am interested in reading-as a matter of fact I find myself lately reading more about economics and things that dont even directly mention trading in a strict sense. But it is funny because the shelves of the average bookstore are packed with stuff like you mention in the first paragraph-I guess thats what people want to read, or want to hear I guess you could say. Trading for Dummies? What?