Financial Freedom Through Electronic Day Trading

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 8, 2001 - Business & Economics - 388 pages
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An increasing number of investors are entering the high-risk world of electronic day trading—often before they’ve learned the basic principles and safeguards. Financial Freedom Through Electronic Day Trading combines Van Tharp’s mastery of trading psychology with Brian June’s nuts-and-bolts expertise to give day traders the proven strategies and information they need to survive and succeed.

From little-known day trading entries and exits to techniques that foster winning attitudes and styles, these practical ideas will help readers develop their own personalized trading systems. The perfect combination of psychological preparation and hands-on practice, it discusses:
*Market analysis from a day trading perspective
*Techniques for determining a market maker’s position
*The best day trading software


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PART ONE How to Develop a LaserGuided Rocket to Trading Success
PART TWO Putting the LaserGuided Rocket Together
PART THREE Launching Your Trading Rocket
PART F OUR Feedback and Maintenance

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Van K. Tharp, Ph.D., is president of the International Institute of Trading Mastery (IITM) and has been a consultant to traders and investors for over 15 years. Internationally recognized as today's number one coach and trainer for traders, Dr. Tharp is the author of Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom as well as a five-volume home study course, a monthly newsletter on systems and psychology, and a number of articles in industry publications. His trading models and techniques were featured in the book Market Wizards: Interviews with Great Traders.

Brian June moved directly from a successful corporate career into a sizable income as an electronic day trader. A popular speaker at day trading seminars and expositions, June has written numerous articles for Market Mastery, the IITM newsletter, and is an expert at applying sound business principles to achieve trading success. He also developed a popular workshop on electronic day trading tactics and strategies.

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