A beginneras guide to short-term trading

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Adams Media Corporation, 2002 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
A Beginner's Guide to Short-Term Trading teaches the new trader the ins and outs and the ups and downs of the stock market. It emphasizes the importance of the trader maintaining the right frame of mind as he or she hits it big and, inevitably, suffers a few setbacks. The book is written by award-winning journalist Toni Turner, who presents instructions and advice in a clear, easy-to-implement manner.

In simple terms, Ms. Turner explains:

-- Market fundamentals

-- Psychological necessities for short-term traders

-- How to use the Internet for trading

-- The benefits of fundamental analysis and technical analysis

-- How to predict uptrends and downtrends

-- When to hold on and when to let go

-- The importance of trading positions

-- And so much more!

A Beginner's Guide to Short-Term Trading is a hands-on book designed to make the reader actively involved in every step of the trading process. The information is easy to assimilate, so the reader can begin trading and making money as soon as possible.

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Excellent primer on the subject value for money.Anyone starting out short term trading could do no better than read this book.Easy to read concise to the point no fluff. Read full review


User Review  - Justin G - Borders

uses plain language to convey message that is understandable. not going to confuse you with all the financial analysis mumbo jumbo. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Toni Turner is the best-selling author of "A Beginner's Guide to Day Trading Online, A Beginner's Guide to Short-Term Trading" (also published in Japanese), and "Short-Term Trading in the New Stock Market." An investor and trader with fourteen years of experience, she is a highly-sought after speaker and educator at financial conferences and forums across the United States.
Turner has appeared on NBC, MSNBC, CNN, CNNfn, and CNBC's "Power Lunch." She has been interviewed on dozens of radio programs and has been featured in many publications, including CBS MarketWatch.com, "Fortune" and "Bloomberg Personal Finance,"
In addition to trading, teaching and writing, Turner acts a consultant to Townsend Analytics, Ltd., developer of RealTick(R) trading software.

STEVE NISON, CMT, was the very first to reveal the startling power of candlestick charts to the Western Hemisphere. He is acknowledged as the leading authority on the subject. Steve is the author of the "bibles" of candle charting analysis, Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques and Beyond Candlesticks. His work has been highlighted in The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, Worth magazine, Institutional Investor, and other publications around the world. Mr. Nison has appeared numerous times on CNBC, and his segment on FNN (the precursor to CNBC) brought in the most viewers that network ever had. He has taught thousands of traders and investors around the world. Mr. Nison holds an MBA in finance and investments and was a senior technical analyst at Merrill Lynch and a senior vice president at Daiwa Securities. He was among the first to receive the Chartered Market Technician (CMT) designation from the Market Technicians Association (MTA).
Mr. Nison is founder and President of CANDLECHARTS.COM which provides educational products and advisory services.

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