Digital Day Trading: Moving from One Winning Stock Position to the Next

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Dearborn, 1999 - Business & Economics - 269 pages
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Can you think faster than the market? If so, you may have what it takes to profit from day trading. More and more professional traders are reaping rewards from market volatility. The money making potential for stock day-traders is equal to that of futures traders because of the favorable cost of entry. The electronic environment also provides great opportunities for success in this growing field.

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Contents

PART ONE Psychological and Strategic Considerations
3
PART TWO Trading on a Level Playing Field
37
PART THREE Technical Analysis and Day Trading
79
PART FOUR Principles of Successful Day Trading
165
Major Stocks Traded Nasdaq 100
177
Electronic Trading PlatformTradeCast 3 0
197
Glossary
257
Index
263
About the Author
269
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About the author (1999)

Abell, a professional trader for more than 25 years, is chief operating officer of the Innergame Division, Rand Financial Services, Inc., a Chicago-based futures clearing member (FCM) clearing all U.S. exchanges.

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