Day Trading For Dummies

Author: Ann C. Logue
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118779606
Release Date: 2014-01-21
Genre: Business & Economics

Explains how day trading works, identifies common pitfalls, and offers advice on building strategies and managing risk.

Trading f r Dummies

Author: Karin Roller
Publisher: VCH
ISBN: 3527709479
Release Date: 2014-11-05
Genre:

"Wer nicht wagt, der nicht gewinnt", so heißt es so oft zum Thema Geldanlage, aber gerade beim professionellen Trading ist der Satz "Wer nichts weiß, muss alles glauben." ebenso wichtig. Getreu dem "... für Dummies"-Motto "Mach Dich schlau!" vermittelt Karin Roller Ihnen in diesem Buch das nötige Wissen, um an der Börse erfolgreich zu sein. Dabei geht die ausgewiesene Trading-Expertin ausführlich auf die Risikoanalyse ein, denn eine der wichtigsten Aufgaben des Traders ist es, Risiken zu erkennen und kontrolliert einzusetzen. Entwickeln Sie mithilfe der Technischen Analyse und der Fundamentalanalyse Ihre persönliche Tradingstrategie. Lassen Sie sich handfeste Tipps geben, wie Sie das richtige Portfolio zusammenzustellen und das beste Timing für den Kauf und Verkauf wählen.

Trading For Dummies

Author: Michael Griffis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118805008
Release Date: 2013-10-09
Genre: Business & Economics

Make informed trading decisions regardless of the market's condition Savvy traders can make money in both up and down markets. Trading For Dummies is for investors at all levels who are looking for a clear guide to successfully trading stocks in any type of market. It is also for investors who have experience trading and who are looking for new, proven methods to enhance the profitability of their investments. This no-nonsense guide presents a proven system for analyzing stocks, trends, and indicators and setting a buy-and-sell range beforehand to decrease risk in any type of market. It stresses the practice of position trading, conducting technical analysis on a company and its performance, and utilizing research methods that enable the trader to strategically select both an entry and exit point before a stock is even purchased. This updated guide features updated stock charts, position trading tips and techniques, and fresh ways to analyze trends and indicators. Shows you how to take your portfolio to a higher level Explains how to assume more risk, reap more benefits, and build a portfolio This edition includes a new chapter on High Frequency Trading Trading For Dummies gives experienced and novice traders and investors alike the most-up-to-date information on trading wisely in any market.

Trading For Dummies

Author: Lita Epstein
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781119370338
Release Date: 2017-06-06
Genre: Business & Economics

Trade your way to a more profitable portfolio Savvy traders can make money in both up and down markets—and now you can, too! In Trading For Dummies, investors from every walk of life will benefit from sample stock charts, position trading tips and techniques, fresh ways to analyze trends and indicators, and all the latest information on trading stocks wisely in any type of market. Taking the stress out of the stock market, this no-nonsense guide walks you through all the steps to trade with authority—and takes your portfolio to exciting new heights. Whether you're an investor looking for a clear guide to successfully trading stocks in any type of market, or an investor who has experience trading and are looking for new, proven methods to enhance the profitability of investments, you'll find a proven system for eliminating doubt, decreasing risk, and, ultimately, increasing return. Understand market cycles and choose a great broker Manage your risk exposure Build a balanced portfolio Develop your own custom trading strategy If you're in need of basic strategies and stock valuation methodologies that let you make smart trading decisions, this book has it all!

Swing Trading For Dummies

Author: Omar Bassal, CFA
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047044598X
Release Date: 2009-03-03
Genre: Business & Economics

Take advantage of price swings in strongly trending securities and pump up your portfolio! Want to know the strategies of successful swing trading? This friendly guide covers the ins and outs of this risky but profitable investing approach, explaining all the basics in plain English. You'll see how to use the two investment approaches - technical and fundamental analysis - to indentify promising securities in strongly trending markets. In addition, this guide covers how to calculate investment returns and, most important, how to manage your portfolio's risk. Learn from a highly experienced trader, analyst, and portfolio manager - the author shares his insider knowledge Understand often overlooked topics such as money management, journal keeping, and strategy planning - key areas that will largely determine your success Focus on the fundamentals - often overlooked by swing traders, fundamental analysis can increase your chance of success Determine your entry and exit points with technical analysis - read charts, apply indicators, and compare markets Evaluate companies with fundamental analysis - grasp the basics of financial statements and the criteria to screen for undervalued or overvalued stocks Develop and implement your trading plan - outline what you trade and how often, decide your risk tolerance, and calculate your performance Open the book and find: The differences among swing trading, day trading, and buy-and-hold investing The pros and cons of technical and fundamental analysis A step-by-step anatomy of a trade A wealth of charts and screenshots Real-world examples of swing trading successes The 10 deadly sins of swing trading - avoid at all costs! Sample trading plans Useful resources for navigating data

Trend Trading For Dummies

Author: Barry Burns
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781118871287
Release Date: 2014-08-25
Genre: Business & Economics

Burns shows you the best ways to dive into trend trading to maximize your trading profits. This comprehensive guide shows you how to trade various markets, read charts and time intervals, develop strategies, and put your plans into action to take your trading to the next level!

DJ ing f r Dummies

Author: John Steventon
Publisher: Wiley-VCH
ISBN: 3527704175
Release Date: 2008-07-14
Genre: Music

Egal, ob Sie auf einer Hochzeit oder in einem angesagten Club Musik auflegen. In diesem Buch finden Sie das notwendige Rüstzeug für den erfolgreichen DJ-Auftritt: von der technischen Grundausstattung, über die Musikauswahl bis zum gelungenen Auftritt. John Steventon vermittelt Ihnen alle DJ-Techniken, den richtigen Einsatz der Technik und welches Medienformat sich für welchen Zweck eignet. Er zeigt Ihnen, wie Sie Musik für Ihren Auftritt auswählen und die Musik mixen. Und da es auf die richtige Performance beim DJ-ing ankommt, erhalten Sie viele Insidertipps aus dem Leben eines DJs: wie Sie sich und Ihr Talent als DJ richtig verkaufen, wie Sie ein überzeugendes Demo erstellen und wie Sie für Ihre DJ-Künste werben.

C f r Dummies

Author: Stephen R. Davis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9783527686896
Release Date: 2015-05-27
Genre: Computers

Die Programmierung mit C++ muss nicht schwer sein. Mit diesem Buch werden Sie schon ab dem ersten Kapitel eigene Programme schreiben und die C++-Syntax von der Pike auf lernen, verstehen und anwenden. Anhand zahlreicher Programmschnipsel erkl?rt Ihnen Stephen Randy Davis, wie Sie Code zu Modulen zusammenfassen, die Sie immer wieder verwenden k?nnen, und schon bald werden Sie wissen, wie man Variablen deklariert und mathematische Operationen ausf?hrt.

Social Trading For Beginners

Author: Jimmy Putnik
Publisher: Pronoun
ISBN: 9781537828701
Release Date: 2017-10-18
Genre: Business & Economics

social trading has grown by over 150% in the past two years with sites like eToro gaining over 2 million users. Y You can join in today and start making money just like the pros with no learning. In this guide book we will go though: - • The best social trading platforms • How to choose a social trading platform • How to create your investors profile • How to choose the best traders: - This is an interactive guide book designed for all social trading beginners, you will also learn other aspects like • managing your portfolio • how to deal with losing traders get your copy of social trading for dummies and learn how the end of day trading as we know it has come.

B rsenstrategien f r Dummies

Author: Judith Engst
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9783527698585
Release Date: 2015-05-14
Genre: Business & Economics

Wie funktioniert eigentlich eine B?rse und vor allem: Wie kann ich sie als Otto Normalverbraucher nutzen, um mein Erspartes zu vermehren? Dr. Christine Bortenl?nger, Gesch?ftsf?hrender Vorstand des Deutschen Aktieninstituts, und Ulrich Kirstein, Pressereferent der Bayerische B?rse AG, erkl?ren in diesem Buch Grundlegendes zu Angebot und Nachfrage an der B?rse und stellen die unterschiedlichen Anlageformen vor: Aktien, Derivate, Zertifikate, festverzinsliche Wertpapiere, Fonds & Co. Sie zeigen, wo Sie sich die n?tigen Informationen beschaffen k?nnen, um eine kluge Anlagestrategie zu entwickeln, die je nach Risikobereitschaft ganz unterschiedlich aussehen kann.

Day trading y operativa burs til para Dummies

Author: Francisca Serrano Ruiz
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 9788432902628
Release Date: 2015-10-27
Genre: Business & Economics

La larga crisis económica que vive España ha convertido a la bolsa en un tema de gran actualidad. Pero la falta de educación financiera, que los expertos han denunciado repetidamente, ha hecho que mucha gente entrara a operar sin tener una base sólida, lo que ha tenido unas consecuencias desastrosas. La autora, profesora de trading, conoce esta experiencia de primera mano y ha desarrollado un método pedagógico de gran éxito, que aplica en los multitudinarios cursos que imparte tanto en España como en América Latina. El libro consta de cuatro partes más los decálogos: en la primera se explican los conceptos clave, en la segunda se enseña a interpretar los gráficos, la tercera se adentra propiamente en la operativa bursátil con especial atención al trading y la última se dedica al trading con indicadores.

Swing Trading FOR DUMmIES

Author: Omar Bassal
Publisher: Frank Smithson
ISBN:
Release Date:
Genre: Business & Economics

Iwish I could tell you that swing trading is fast and easy and leads to overnight profits that will make you an instant millionaire. Just buy my five CDs today to discover how you can swing trade to massive riches! Or attend one of my training conferences coming soon to a hotel near you: “How I Swing Trade in My Bathing Suit!” (Film cuts to a testimonial from an “actual” client wearing a Hawaiian T-shirt: “I’ve tried the Omar Bassal Swing Trading Technique [this is patented, of course] and I made more than $5,000 on one trade alone!”) Okay, back to reality. Swing trading isn’t going to lead to overnight wealth. Period. Anyone who tells you different is either lying or has made an incred- ibly risky trade that turned out positive by the grace of God. You can go to Las Vegas and bet $10,000 on the color black at the roulette table and pos- sibly double your money (your odds are slightly less than 50 percent). But is that a sound plan? Of course not. And it’s no different when it comes to swing trading. At best, as a novice swing trader, you’ll produce market returns in line or slightly above the overall market. If you’re really besting the markets, it may be because you’re taking an inordinate amount of risk that may eventually wipe away your account assets. And even as a stellar swing trader, expect to produce returns of 20 percent or possibly 30 percent annually. (If you want quick profits, first make sure you’re an impeccable market timer, and then look into day trading.) Unlike day traders, swing traders hold positions over several days and some- times for a few weeks. But similar to day traders, swing traders rely heavily on signals from chart patterns and technical indicators to time their entries and exits from securities. The goal of swing trading is to profit from short but powerful moves on the long side (buying) and short side (selling) of the stock market. Swing trading also differs from the buy-and-hold approach to investing. Long- term investors may hold a security through periods of weakness that may last several weeks or months, figuring that the tide will eventually turn and their investment thesis will be proven correct. Swing traders don’t care for such poor performance in the near term. If a security’s price is performing poorly, swing traders exit first and ask questions later. They’re nimble and judicious in choosing potential opportunities.