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How to Get Started in Active Trading and Investing 1st Edition
By: Nassar, David S.

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Item #: 2138985
Pages: 256
Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 0071440968
Type: Book - Soft Cover
Publish Date : 10/1/2004
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Synopsis:

"Online investing is 'back in vogue . . . '"
--The Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal bestselling author David Nassar changed the course of independent investing--and sold more than 100,000 books--with his landmark How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading. Times and markets have changed, however, and a sense of caution has replaced that period's go-for-the-gusto ethos.

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by Jaye Abbate, Traders' Library
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For occasional investors ready to transition into the exciting and lucrative world of active trading, Nassar's latest work, How to Get Started in Active Trading, provides the tools, techniques, and knowledge needed to capture profits in all markets, and all market climates. Today's new breed of trader will find an amazing overview of what it takes to become a powerhouse active trader. Learn to take control of your financial future as David illustrates how to:
- Understand—and profit from—the moves of market makers
- Create and implement a personalized trading style
- Improve market-timing skills and instincts
"Great traders are hard to find and those that can transfer their knowledge to others are even harder," says Mark Fisher, author of The Logical Trader. "David is that person. If you only read one book this year, read this comprehensive guide to the markets. It is a rare opportunity to get into the mind of a highly successful trader."




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