Contrarian Ripple Trading: A Low-Risk Strategy to Profiting from Short-Term Stock Trades

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Wiley, Sep 10, 2007 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
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Contrarian Ripple Trading

"Contrarian Ripple Trading is a well-written and well-documented observation for stock traders. I especially enjoyed hearing the commonsense behind McNamara and Bro?zyna's method. For those individuals looking to cut through the huge amount of poor information out there, I think you will thoroughly appreciate this book. I found the high percentage of winning trades hard to argue with."

--Jason Alan Jankovsky, FOREX trader and author of Trading Rules That Work

Making money in today's stock market can be a difficult endeavor, especially if you're not an expert in the worlds of finance or business. Authors Aidan McNamara and Martha Broz?yna--a married couple who work outside the investment world, but who happen to be active traders--can relate to this situation. That's why they've created Contrarian Ripple Trading.

Written in a straightforward and accessible style, this reliable resource outlines the approach they've successfully used to capture profits from the stock market for many years. With this book as your guide, you'll quickly discover how you too can effectively implement a low-risk trading technique that consistently generates short-term profits on trades in large capitalization stocks--regardless of whether the market is moving up, down, or sideways.

Throughout the book, and in accompanying Appendixes, McNamara and Broz?yna refer to examples of their flawless trading record--1,225 profitable, round-trip trades over a twenty-six month period--to illustrate how contrarian ripple trading can produce a regular stream of profits in many different market conditions.

By combining aspects of investing--notably the need for safety and decent returns--with characteristics of short-term speculation, Contrarian Ripple Trading arms you with a technique that can be used to generate a reliable extra income stream through low-risk, short-term stock trading.

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About the author (2007)

Aidan J. McNamara is Associate Publisher at The Deal LLC, whose print publications include The Deal, The Daily Deal, and Corporate Dealmaker. McNamara formerly worked at Institutional Investor magazine and earlier was an international banking executive for Lloyds Bank PLC, working on various assignments at branches of the bank around the world. McNamara holds a BA in German from the University of Manchester and an MA in area studies (Eastern Europe & Russia) from the University of London (London School of Economics/School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Martha A.Brozyna is a part-time lecturer in the History Department at Rutgers University. She holds a BA in history and political science from Rutgers University and a PhD in history from the University of Southern California. Brozyna published Gender and Sexuality in the Middle Ages: A Medieval Source Documents Reader in 2005.

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