With fortunes made - and lost - in the blink of an eye, online day trading has become the modem equivalent of the California Gold Rush. And, like so many of the intrepid but unprepared souls who set out on the trail West, most beginning day traders are woefully ill-equipped for the challenges they will encounter. As a highly successful hedge fund manager, author Christopher Farrell has the experience to help readers make sense of this exciting but volatile arena. He instils a deep understanding of day trading as intellectual combat, pitting investors against institutions and each other on an electronic battlefield. Clearly and thoroughly, Farrell maps out the dangers, providing solutions and revealing dozens of insider secrets for coming out on top, allowing anyone to become a more successful day trader.
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Book Description HarperBusiness, 2000. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Why does a stock like Juniper move 25 points in a single day white Microsoft never does? Why is Rambus a great stock for day traders, whereas Delland Cisco aren't? Why is the NYSE sometimes an easier market to trade in than NASDAQ, and why are executions usually better? And, last but not least, what do the three out of ten day traders who are consistently making money know that the seven who are losing money don't? These are the types of questions The Day Trader's Survival Guide answers. This book will teach you how to beat Wall Street at its own game. An unwary day trader can get steamrolled by large brokerage firms that have the power to move markets on a whim. The Day Trader's Survival Guide outlines the smartest ways to ride in the wake of "big money" and be profitable.In addition to presenting cutting-edge strategies that have never been introduced to the general public, The Day Trader's Survival Guide exposes the "dark side" of day trading, including a took at how Wall Street manipulates stock prices, why the NASDAQ market is unfair to the investing public, and why so many day traders ultimately lose money. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0066620856
Book Description HarperBusiness, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0066620856
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Book Description HarperBusiness, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110066620856
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