Day Trading For Dummies (häftad)
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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4 ed
For Dummies
Black & white illustrations
234 x 185 x 18 mm
522 g
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3:B&W 7.5 x 9.25 in or 235 x 191 mm Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
Day Trading For Dummies (häftad)

Day Trading For Dummies

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Understand how day trading worksand get an action plan Due to the fluctuating economy, trade wars, and new tax laws, the risks and opportunities for day traders are changing. Now, more than ever, trading can be intimidating due to the different methods and strategies of traders on Wall Street. Day Trading For Dummies provides anyone interested in this quick-action trading with the information they need to get started and maintain their assets. From classic and renegade strategies to the nitty-gritty of daily trading practices, this book 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. New trading products such as cryptocurrencies Updated information on SEC rules and regulations and tax laws Using options to manage risk and make money Expanded information on programming If youre someone who needs to know a lot about day trading in a short amount of time, this is your place to start.
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Ann C. Logue, MBA, is a lecturer in Finance at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation, and has written about business and finance for Barron's, Entrepreneur, and InvestHedge as well as other publications. Visit her blog and website at


Introduction 1 About This Book 2 Foolish Assumptions 2 Icons Used in This Book 3 Where to Go from Here 3 Part 1: Getting Started With Day Trading 5 Chapter 1: So You Want to Be a Day Trader 7 Defining Day Trading: Its All in a Days Work 8 Committing to Trading As a Business 11 Identifying the Personality Traits of Successful Day Traders 13 Seeing What Day Trading Is Not 15 Chapter 2: Introducing the Financial Markets 19 Having a Firm Grasp How Markets Work 20 Opening an Account and Placing an Order 24 Defining the Principles of Successful Day Trading 25 Understanding Risk and Return 27 Differentiating Trading, Investing, and Gambling 34 Managing the Risks of Day Trading 37 Chapter 3: Assets 101: Stocks, Bonds, Currencies, and Commodities 39 Grasping the Different Things to Trade 39 Defining a Good Day Trading Asset 40 Taking a Closer Look at Stocks 46 Examining Bonds 52 Cashing In with Currency 55 Considering Commodities and How They Trade 56 Chapter 4: Assets 102: ETFs, Cryptocurrency, Options, and Derivatives 59 Explaining Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) in Plain English 60 Getting Familiar with Cryptocurrency 64 Dealing in Derivatives 69 Comprehending Arbitrage and the Law of One Price 74 Chapter 5: Increasing Risk and Potential Return with Short Selling and Leverage 79 Understanding the Magic of Margin 80 The Switch-Up of Short Selling 84 Leveraging All Kinds of Accounts 87 Borrowing in Your Trading Business 91 Assessing Risks and Returns from Short Selling and Leverage 93 Chapter 6: Managing Your Money and Positions 95 Setting Your Earnings Expectations 96 Gaining Advantage with a Money-Management Plan 99 Examining Styles of Money Management 101 Seeing How Money Management Affects Your Return 106 Planning for Your Profits 108 Chapter 7: Planning Your Trades and Trading Your Plans 111 Starting to Plan Your Trades: Just the Basics, Please 112 Closing Out Your Position 122 Maxims and Clichs That Guide and Mislead Traders 123 Part 2: Developing Your Trading Strategy 129 Chapter 8: Picture This: Technical Analysis 131 Comparing Research Techniques Used in Day Trading 132 Using Technical Analysis 136 Reading the Charts 143 Considering Different Approaches to Technical Analysis 148 Avoiding Technical-Analysis Pitfalls 150 Chapter 9: Following Market Indicators and Tried-and-True Day Trading Strategies 153 Psyching Out the Markets 154 Taking the Temperature of the Market 156 Measuring Money Flows 163 Considering Information That Crops Up during the Trading Day 166 Identifying Anomalies and Traps 169 Chapter 10: Eliminating Emotion with Program Trading 173 Creating Your Own Trading Program 174 Programming, the Day Trading Way 175 Backtesting Once, Backtesting Twice 177 Building on Some Standard Strategies 177 Arbitraging for Fun and Profit 179 Scalping, the Dangerous Game 182 Understanding Risk Arbitrage and Its Tools 183 Examining Arbitrage Strategies 186 Being Aware of Those Pesky Transaction Costs 191 Chapter 11: Day Trading for Investors 193 Recognizing What Investors Can Glean from Traders 193 Applying Momentum 199 When an Investor Considers Trading 203 Chapter 12: Researching Research Services 205 Understanding the Trade of Trading 206 Getting the Research You Need 212 Doing Your Due Diligence 218 Chapter 13: Determining Your Profit and Your Profit Potential 223 Before You Trade: Testing Your System 223 During the Day: Tracking Your Trades 230 Setting up your spreadsheet 230 Pulling everything into a profit and loss statement 230 Keeping a trading diary 232 After You Trade: Calculating Overall Performance 233 Reviewing types of return 234 Calculating returns 234 Determining the risk to your return 239 Using benchmarks to evaluate your performance 241 Part 3: Day Trading, Incorporated 243 Chapter 14: Setting Up Your Day Trading Like a Business 24