When Getting Rich Quick Just Isn't Fast Enough!Many day trading books on the market today contain dubious advice, but never before has there been a book guaranteed to contain 100 percent dubious advice--until now.
The Trillionaire Next Door is that book. Inside you'll find: The rock-solid, scientific principles of day trading explained in language so clear and concise it's almost insulting A glossary of key economic terms for the day trader, like "mousepad" and "click" Advice for the long-term investor: which stocks to hold in your portfolio for five, ten, fifteen minutes or more Confusing, meaningless graphs and charts Bad math And much, much more--but since day traders have short attention spans, not too much more
"If The Trillionaire Next Door were a stock, I'd buy it, sell it, buy it, sell it, and buy it again--it's that good!" --Stacy Gellman, day trader
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Andy Borowitz has parlayed his skills as a day trader and his willingness to remain in his bathrobe into becoming America's first trillionaire. Widely considered the richest man in America, he has never been included on the Forbes 400 list because his net worth has too many zeroes to fit on one page.
In the rare moments when he is not pointing and clicking, he is a regular contributer of humor to both The New Yorker and New York Times. A performer and storyteller, he frequently appears with "Stories at the Moth" at the Public Theater in New York City.
He lives with his stocks.
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Book Description HarperBusiness, 2000. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Daytrading is to adults what Pokemon is to children. It's the latest craze to sweep a nation where get-rich quick schemes infiltrate our subconscious every waking second through infomercials, media hype, and e-mail spams. In this hilariously insightful guide, The New Yorker and New York Times humorist Andy Borowitz shows, in plain, simple, tongue-in-cheek-English, that daytrading is a science, just like chemistry or astrology. To those savvy enough to master it, daytrading makes the old methods of buying and selling stocks as obsolete as a month-old cell phone. The Trillionaire's Guide to Daytrading includes such helpful tips as "Never own a stock long enough to know what the company does" and "Any stock worth buying is worth selling four minutes later". Other invaluable gems of wisdom include tips on when to buy, when to sell, and when to call Domino's: advice for the longterm investor: which stocks to hold in your portfolio for five, ten, fifteen minutes, or even longer; and a helpful glossary of economic terms, including "mousepad" and "click". Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0066620767
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