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Day Trading for Dummies by Ann C. Logue
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Solid coverage in the usual Dummies series format, which means it's targeted to the novice or potentially interested day trader. What's most important is that she provides critical caveats and considerations, plus a reality check about the typical day in the life. Some of the company and news source entries are already outdated (a year after the 2011 edition), but that reflects the ever-changing nature of the industry. ( )
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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—the 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 officeConnect with research and trading servicesPlan and research trades carefully and thoroughlyComply with regulations issues and tax requirementsLeverage limited capitalCope with the stress quick-action tradingSell short to profit from price dropsEvaluate your day-trading performanceUse technical and fundamental analysisFind entry and exit pointsUse 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.

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"Learn to: get started with an action plan; avoid day-trading pitfalls; position yourself for trading success"--Cover.

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