Recorded at the International Trading Expo 3B. Here students will learn how to find daily shorting candidates and how to execute shorts with greater confidence. Here is the perfect opportunity to overcome your fear of shorting stocks by learning step-by-step how the pros profit in a down market.
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Short selling has been one of the best strategies to make money in any market climate. But there isn't a lot of information available to help you understand this powerful tool. Now short selling is explained in clear, understandable terms with examples that outline the concept. Michael Smith turned to short selling in his search for high probability systems and explains what he found and how you can use it. This audio is designed to reduce your tuition at the school of hard knocks by mapping out the risk and guiding you to the most useful resources and strategies. Smith uses charts and personal examples to tell you how to recognize the inherent trends in the market and profit from them.
You can spend a great deal of time and money making mistakes or you can use this audio to learn:
-How real time quotes improve your success
-The resources your broker should be providing to increase your profitability
-Where to learn about shorting opportunities
-The indicators or general barometers that identify shorting conditions
-What methods are most successful
-Which strategies fit your trading style
The no-nonsense style of this presentation gives you the understanding you need to successfully short. Adding this valuable technique to your arsenal of trading tools is an excellent way to increase your chances of finding profitable trades and this audio makes for great amunition.
Michael Smith has been trading his own account full-time for 9 years. In 1997 Mr. Smith and his partners started developing their decision support tool, BigEasy Investor. Thousands of users in more than 30 countries around the world use the BigEasy Investor to find better returns by actively screening for and researching investing opportunities.
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