Beating the Financial Futures Market: Combining Small Biases into Powerful Money Making Strategies

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Wiley, Jan 2, 2007 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Beating the Financial Futures Market provides you with a straightforward, historically proven program to cut through the noise, determine what bits of information are valuable, and integrate those bits into an overall trading program designed to jump on lucrative trading opportunities as they occur. It will help you improve both your percentage of winning trades and the bottom line profitability of those winning trades.

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Art Collins has been a professional trader and Chicago Board of Trade member since 1989. Today, he is a frequent contributor to Futures magazine and the Tiger Shark Trading Web site. Collins graduated from Northwestern University in 1975 and has lectured in Chicago, Las Vegas, and Toronto on subjects derived from his books. He has also moderated a 90-minute round table discussion with five of the participants from his book, When Supertraders Meet Kryptonite, for the Chicago Traders Expo. Collins is author of three books: When Supertrades Meet Kryptonite, Market Rap, and Market Beaters.

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