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Day Trading For Dummies
by Ann C. Logue, MBA
Day trading is undoubtedly the most exciting way to make money from home. It's also the riskiest. Before you begin, you need three things: patience, nerves of steel, and a well-thumbed copy of Day Trading For Dummies¡ªthe low-risk way to find out whether day trading is for you.
This plain-English guide shows you how day trading works, identifies its all-too-numerous pitfalls, and get you started with an action plan. From classic and renegade strategies to the nitty-gritty of daily trading practices, it gives you the knowledge and confidence you'll need to keep a cool head, manage risk, and make decisions instantly as you buy and sell your positions. Learn how to:
Set up your accounts and your office
Connect with research and trading services
Plan and research trades carefully and thoroughly
Comply with regulations issues and tax requirements
Leverage limited capital
Cope with the stress quick-action trading
Sell short to profit from price drops
Evaluate your day-trading performance
Use technical and fundamental analysis
Find entry and exit points
Use short-term trading to establish a long-term portfolio
You'll also find Top-Ten Lists of good reasons to go into day trading, or run from it in terror, as well as lists of the most common (and expensive) mistakes day traders make. Read Day Trading For Dummies and get the tips, guidance, and solid foundation you need to succeed in this thrilling, lucrative and rewarding career.
Ann C. Logue is the author of Hedge Funds for Dummies (Wiley, 2006). She has written for Barron¡¯s, The New York Times, Newsweek Japan, Wealth Manager, and the International Monetary Fund. She is a lecturer at the Liautaud Graduate School of Business at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her current career follows 12 years of experience as an investment analyst. She has a B.A. from Northwestern University and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago at Illinois, and she holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Part I: Day Trading Fundamentals.
Chapter 1: Wake Up to Day Trading.
Chapter 2: Making a Day Trade of It.
Chapter 3: Signing Up for Asset Classes.
Chapter 4: Investing, Trading, and Gambling.
Chapter 5: Fun with Regulation.
Part II: Day Trading Tools.
Chapter 6: Setting Up Your Accounts and Office.
Chapter 7: Research and Trading Services.
Chapter 8: Managing the Stress of the Markets.
Chapter 9: Managing Your Money and Positions.
Chapter 10: Taxes for Traders.
Chapter 11: But Did You Make Money? Evaluating Performance.
Part III: Day Trading Strategies.
Chapter 12: Using Fundamental and Technical Analysis.
Chapter 13: Market Indicators and Day Trading Strategies.
Chapter 14: Short Selling and Leverage.
Chapter 15: The World of Arbitrage.
Chapter 16: Day Trading for Investors.
Part IV: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 17: Ten Good Reasons to Day Trade.
Chapter 18: Ten Good Reasons to Avoid Day Trading.
Chapter 19: Ten Common Day Trading Mistakes.
Chapter 20: Ten Alternatives to Day Trading.
Appendix: Resources for Day Traders.