Swing Trading: Power Strategies to Cut Risk and Boost Profits

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Wiley, Mar 10, 2003 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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This essential guide to a trading strategy offers a viable (and profitable) alternative to both day–trading and the buy–and–hold mentality.

Swing Trading presents the methods that allow busy people to hold positions for as long as a week to a month and then exit with a handsome profit. Where day traders execute many trades for nickels and dimes, swing traders take larger positions and make few moves for more substantial returns. This resource focuses on how you can achieve success and reap the rewards of this unique and profitable trading method. You′ll find step–by–step guidance and valuable tips on free online tools you can use to apply the swing trading method and substantially grow your portfolio. Order your copy today.

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JON D. MARKMAN is Senior Investment Strategist and Portfolio Manager at Pinnacle Investment Advisors. He was previously managing editor and is currently a weekly columnist at CNBC on MSN Money, and an investments columnist, investigative reporter, and executive news editor at the Los Angeles Times. Markman won Society of Professional Journalists awards in 2001 for his coverage of Enron and the post-September 11 trading environment, and was news editor on the Los Angeles Times staff when it won the Pulitzer Prizes for spot news reporting in 1992 and 1994. He specializes in the use of stock-screening software to develop securities-trading strategies and is co-inventor of two Microsoft investment software patents. The author of the bestselling book, Online Investing: How to Find the Right Stocks at the Right Time, he is a graduate of Duke University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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