The Day Trader's Course Workbook: Step-by-step exercises to help you master The Day Trader's Course (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 8, 2002 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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A complete guide to day trading stocks, options, or futures, plus companion workbook

This valuable guide is a complete day trading course (with a companion workbook) that walks novice traders through all the day trading opportunities. The Day Trader's Course is packed with basic technical skill, proven winning strategies, and essential background. Lewis Borsellino reveals when to buy and when to sell, and shows readers how to identify when "it's over" for a particular stock, option, or future. Drawing from his considerable experience, he identifies the rules that every trader should follow.

  

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Contents

1 The Mental Game
3
2 Getting Started
17
3 Technical Analysis 101
29
4 Technical Analysis 102
45
5 The Myths the Risks and the Rewards
59
6 Intraday Dynamics
73
7 Trading the Nasdaq
85
Answers
97
1 Answers to The Mental Game
99
2 Answers to Getting Started
107
3 Answers to Technical Analysis 101
113
4 Answers to Technical Analysis 102
119
5 Answers to The Myths the Risks and the Rewards
125
6 Answers to Intraday Dynamics
133
7 Answers to Trading the Nasdaq
141
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LEWIS BORSELLINO is a top S&P futures trader in the United States, with a career that has spanned an impressive twenty years. His long-term success puts him into the trading pantheon that features such luminaries as Paul Tudor Jones, Victor Niederhoffer, and bond trader Tom Baldwin. Borsellino is a frequent contributing commentator on CNN-FN, Bloomberg Television, and Reuters Financial Television.
PATRICIA CRISAFULLI is a freelance business writer and a former correspondent for Reuters America Inc. She has also written for the Christian Science Monitor and The Wall Street Journal. She is the site editor of TeachTrade.com.

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