How to Start Day Trading Futures, Options, and Indices
McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Business & Economics - 284 pages
The same electronic trading forces that are changing the face of stock trading, are moving into the futures and options market, where traders can trade the entire stock market rather than just one stock at a time. Some of the richest opportunities to trade the stock market can be found at the futures and options exchanges. This work aims to teach the novice trader everything necessary to get started in electronically day trading the equity index markets.
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