Start Day Trading Now: A Quick and Easy Introduction to Making Money While Managing Your Risk

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Simon and Schuster, Feb 18, 2011 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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Are you intimidated by day trading? Think it's only for the select few who are savvy with stocks or are financial savants? Well, think again, because anyone can master day trading--and once you learn the basic techniques, it's possible to make a boatload of money! The flip side: if you don't know what you're doing, you can lose your shirt.

In this entry-level guide to day trading, MarketWatch columnist and financial journalist Michael Sincere assumes you know nothing. Zip. Zero. Inside, he shows you how to get started and breaks day trading down by clearly explaining:
  • What computer equipment you'll need
  • How much money is required
  • The technical jargon of day trading
  • Key strategies you'll employ while trading
  • How you can manage risk
Most important, Sincere lets you in on the biggest secret of all: how to master the mind game of day trading.

Thousands of day traders have watched their bank accounts balloon thanks to Wall Street. Now you can get into the market and enter their coveted ranks.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER
8
CHAPTER 2
29
CHAPTER 3
47
CHAPTER 4
67
CHAPTER 5
91
WHAT ITS REALLY LIKE TO DAY TRADE
125
CHAPTER 7
153
Doing Your Homework
173
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
189
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Michael Sincere (www.michaelsincere.com) is the author of a number of investment and trading books. As a financial journalist, Sincere has written hundreds of columns and magazine articles on investing and trading, including a monthly column for MarketWatch. He has been interviewed on dozens of national radio programs and has appeared on several financial news programs such as CNBC and ABC's World News Now to talk about his books.

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