I need your help: what are your three favourite book covers for the book “The Virtue of Short Selling” ?

This is an exciting time. The book is taking shape. It is now time to choose a cover. You will get to participate in the making by ranking your 3 favourite covers in descending order. The cover that will have the most votes will be selected. Also, if You have suggestions, please do not hesitate. This is a democracy. This book is meant for You, to help You on your journey on the markets. Help me help You

So, i would like to ask a little favour from You.  Would You be so kind as to rank covers ? There is GoogleSheet. It will only take less than 5 minutes of your time, but will be immensely helpful.

  1. Imagine three situations:
    1. You are flicking through Amazon bookstore or an airport bookstore. Which cover would catch your attention?
    2. What cover best represents you expectations from this book
    3. You recommend this book to a friend/colleague. What cover would be best?
  2. Next:
    1. Clink on the link: The Virtue of Short Selling scorecard (If the link does not work, a simple rank would still be really helpful)
    2. Fill out the cells. There are already pre-existing examples
    3. Share it back to my e-mail: laurent.bernut@alphasecurecapital.com or info@alphasecurecapital.com

Participants will get free bonus gifts and my eternal gratitude

 

Theme: Rope Walking

The red line is a stock chart successively bull and bear, while the upward sloping  represents the equity curve. Tight rope symbolises the delicate balance of managing riskthrough Bull and Bear alike. At the end of the day, “Bull, Bear, it all tastes like chicken”

  1. Rope Walker Green Manhattan

2. Blue Rope Walker Manhattan

3. Blue rope walker through the clouds

Bull/Bear Dichotomy

The Bull bear dichotomy symbolises both opposition and unity. Bear morphes into Bull and vice versa

4. Bull Bear Red/Brown

5. Bull/Bear Green/Brown

  • Tarot card: The Chariot

Tarot cards date back to the Egyptian civilisation. They carry deep subconscious symbolism. The chariot is powerful card that symbolises progression, strong character, success from effort. A Bull and a Bear pull the chariot. Loose reins symbolise relaxed quiet strength

6. The Chariot from illustrator Valentin Boogaerts

7. Triumphant Chariot

  • Other themes

8. Orange pictogram

9. School book cover

  • Animal Themes

10. Saint Rabbit

11. Running hare

 

 

 

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