Methods to blend short-term techniques and profits into a longer-term trading program. .
Despite reports of its demise, short-term tradingAndshy;Andshy;or swing tradingAndshy;Andshy;continues to be practiced by millions of investors. Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits explains how to learn the ropesAndshy;Andshy;and lay the necessary foundationAndshy;Andshy;to become a successful short-term trader. Sidestepping the costly trial-and-error learning process that has forced many traders to leave the arena prematurely, before they truly understood the rules, this timely book provides specific, practical guidelines and strategies for integrating short-term trading into an overall portfolio and financial plan.. .
Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits acts as a solid bridge between the volatile world of day trading and the more traditional world of the long-term, buy-and-hold investor. Providing every tool the short-term trader needsAndshy;Andshy;from specific strategies for momentum trading and short selling to fundamentals of economic and market environmentAndshy;Andshy;it is the first book to effectively, honestly shorten the time frame for learning to be an effective short-term trader.
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Strategies to Take Advantage of Today's Fast-Moving Markets and Short-Term Trading Opportunities. .
Time horizons of a week, an hour, or even a few seconds have become the standard for today's aggressive breed of trader. Short-Term Trading, Long Term Profits reveals how the short-term trading systems and tools of these cutting-edge traders can be harnessed, tamed, and integrated into virtually any trading program.. .
Rather than concentrating on one particular strategy, this wide-ranging book discusses pluses and minuses of several of the most popular, to help you determine which will work best for you. It gives you information on:.
Short-term trading has become a central component of many of today's most successful trading programs. Let Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits introduce you to the numerous alternative trading systems available to you, and help you determine which can most easily be integrated into your own long-term trading program.. .
Short-term trading is one of today's fastest growing strategies, with quick-trigger traders regularly taking advantage of fast-changing markets and whipsaw price reversals. Sitting on the opposite end of the spectrum from traditional buy-and-hold investors, these short-term "buy-and-sell" traders recognize and exploit the profit potential hidden within each day's market volatility, understanding and seeing trading opportunities as they occur.. .
Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits explains how you can take advantage of the current trend toward shorter-term trading. Realizing that successful trading is more than just entering buys and sells, experienced trader and trainer Jon Leizman discusses everything you need to know to succeed. Types of stocks...the pluses and minuses of short selling...technical analysis versus fundamental analysis...Level II day trading strategies...trading psychology...this all-in-one guidebook examines short-term trading through the prism of all these and more, helping you to understand the entire world of trading before you move on to the specific advantages inherent in a short-term approach.. .
Incorporating the best aspects of both the volatile world of day trading and the more measured pace of long-term investing, Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits blends in-depth analysis with quizzes and examples to introduce you to:.
Short-Term Trading, Long-Term Profits provides an overview of the modern world of trading and trading strategies, then reveals how short-term trading can be used with each to regularly augment trading profits. Short on hyperbole, long on hands-on techniques and examples, it will show you how to design and utilize a strategically complete trading program, ideal for increasing your overall returns while limiting your downside risk in today's sharper, more turbulent trading environments.About the Author:
Jon Leizman is a proprietary trader for a large New York securities firm and a veteran of years of trading for his own account. He also trains others to utilize state-of-the-art technologies for trading success. Formerly the director of training and a proprietary trader for the direct-access firm On-Site Trading, Leizman also teaches electronic trading at the New York Institute of Technology.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071375201
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-132-10-9096009