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Day trade online

 Format: Print  Author/s: Farrel, Christopher A.  Call Number: HG4515.95 F367 1999  Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.  Place of Publication: New York  Date of Publication: 1999  ISBN: 0471331201  Pages: 240  Language: English  Dimension: 24 cm  Tags: Business and economics -- Investments and securities -- GeneralDay trading (Securities)Electronic trading of securitiesStocks -- Data processing |
 About the Resource:

The explosive growth and low cost of online trading has created a new class of investor who can now make a living buying and selling stocks over the Internet in a way that was once reserved for Wall Street’s most powerful brokerage firms and investment banks. While technology has made entering the “major leagues” easy, staying in is not. Before taking to the fast-paced, high-risk playing field, it’s absolutely essential that you have a firm grasp of the rules and a solid game plan. Day Trade Online is the play book novice competitors need to become strong contenders. Written by seasoned practitioner Christopher Farrell, it is a one-stop, step-by-step overview of how to make a successful living, whether full- or part-time, trading via the Internet.

 

Day trading can be quite lucrative, but only if you know what you are doing. As Farrell points out: “Trading for a living is hard. Trading for a living over the Internet is even harder. There are many challenges and obstacles that confront you. Venturing into this jungle unprepared is a recipe for disaster.” This straightforward guide provides the head start and heads up necessary to thrive as an Internet day trader, covering everything from the dangers and pitfalls of trading online to an in-depth analysis of which trading techniques work and which don’t.

 

Day Trade Online presents inside information on the strategies of top trading firms, including the most secretive, misunderstood, and profitable function on Wall Street: exploiting the bid-ask spread. Along with complete details on this rarely revealed methodology, you’ll learn about: The tools needed to get started in online trading. Trading on the NYSE and NASDAQ. Which stocks to trade – and which to avoid. Beating the specialists and the market makers at their own game. The dangers and pitfalls of online brokers.

 

Most importantly, you will learn to look at ten different stocks and pinpoint which one to trade, when, at what price, and why. With the right know-how, you will then be able to apply this knowledge to every single stock that you screen.

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