All About Futures: The Easy Way to Get Started

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 29, 2000 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
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Since 1992’s first edition of this bestselling book, the futures market has changed incredibly—Internet access and electronic trading dominate the market, options have grown in importance, and a greater number of futures markets exist worldwide. All About Futures, Second Edition, covers all the updated basics of futures trading for the beginner, and illustrates trading strategies from the simple to the complex for experienced traders who need to brush up on their skills.

An integral element in McGraw-Hill’s All About series, this completely revised and updated book discusses:
*Detailed Internet strategies for effective electronic trading
*Basic approaches to technical analysis and anticipating price direction
*Insights on working with a broker and developing a trading strategy

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Russel Wasendord, CTA, CPO (Chicago, IL) is president and CEO of Peregrine Financial Group. A member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Wasendord co-wrote several books, including Foreign Currency Trading, All About Commodities, and publishes a weekly newsletter and chart service.

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