PLAY AND WIN CONSISTENTLY IN THE FASTEST GAME IN TOWN
Day trading might seem too complex and fast paced for you-but when you break it all down, you'll discover that at its core is a stable, simple set of rules that anyone can learn.
All About Day Trading covers all aspects of the subject, explaining how day trading works, how it fits into the larger world of the financial markets, and how to navigate its hazards. It takes you through the fundamentals and then moves on to more advanced topics-providing a fully rounded outline that will get you going in no time.
Avoiding the complicated language and nebulous theories of other day-trading books, All About Day Trading teaches you how to:
Avoid common psychological pitfalls of day tradingConstruct and test your own powerful day-trading systemTrack news events to improve your day-in, day-out profi t potentialTrade successfully with moving averages, momentum, gaps, and more
JAKE BERNSTEIN is a principal of Network Press Incorporated (California) and www.trade-futures.com. He has authored more than 44 books on trading, investing, investor psychology, and economic forecasting.
Table of Contents Introduction: The Lure, the Myth and the Magic Chapter 1: What the Day Trading Game is All About Chapter 2: Why Day Trade? Chapter 3: How to Do It, Part I Chapter 4: How to Do It, Part II Chapter 5: How to Do It, Part III Chapter 6: The MA Channel Method of Day Trading Chapter 7: Day Trade Swing Trade Examples in Stocks, Futures, and Forex Chapter 8: The 30 Minute Breakout Chapter 9: What to NOT do! Chapter 10: Risk, Reward, and Profit-Maximizing Strategies Chapter 11: What You Will Need to Facilitate Success Chapter 12: The Flat base Breakout for Day Trading Chapter 13: Momentum as a Day Trading Method: Two Applications Chapter 14: Almost a Day Trade: Pre-Holiday Seasonality Chapter 15: Day Trading Do's and Don'ts Chapter 16: High Frequency Trading My Way Chapter 17: Critical Elements for Success as a Day Trader Chapter 18: Use the News - Don't Abuse the News Chapter 19: A Case Study: Facebook (FB) Conclusion