401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 17, 2011 - Business & Economics - 298 pages
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For many, retirement has become increasingly difficult to both attain and afford. But there is a way today's 401(k) participant, as well as those contributing to similar retirement savings plans, can turn their retirement dreams into reality.

With over twenty-five years of experience consulting on retirement plans, author Richard Schmitt knows what it takes to make the most of them, and now, in 401(k) Day Trading: The Art of Cashing in on a Shaky Market in Minutes a Day, he shows you how.

Divided into four comprehensive parts, this reliable resource takes you step-by-step through the environment, rationale, and process of day trading your retirement portfolio in minutes a day. It skillfully outlines an approach to buying low and selling high through daily fund exchanges—that draws on many of the fundamental principles of investment management—to exploit daily market volatility.


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Richard Schmitt is an adjunct professor teaching retirement planning at the Edward S. Ageno School of Business at Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Having worked in the retirement plan industry since the origin of 401(k) plans, he has assisted companies in the design, implementation, and administration of 401(k), 403(b), 457, and other retirement savings plans for over twenty-five years. Before joining academia, he worked as a corporate manager overseeing compensation and benefits plans for a couple of the largest U.S. companies based in Silicon Valley. He also worked as a consultant at major international consulting firms serving other Fortune 500 companies. Mr. Schmitt is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries, and an Enrolled Actuary licensed to practice before the Internal Revenue Service. He graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan with a Bachelors of Business Administration degree and subsequently earned teaching credentials at San Francisco State University.

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