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How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading
David S. Nasser / published: November 1998 / hardcover / 224 pgs.
 
How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading shows you the inside rules and strategies of Electronic Direct Access Trading (E-DAT), the system that lets you use your own personal computer to consistently buy and sell at the best prices the market has to offer. Learn how to open an E-DAT account, take day trading profits from easy-to-spot market consistencies, use basic technical analysis to spot momentum and profit opportunities from trends, and more. This book gets you in the action - immediately.
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Computerized Trading : Maximizing Day Trading and Overnight Profits
Mark Jurik / published: Dec. 15, 1998 / Hardcover / 432 pgs.
 
Computerized Trading covers all of the key topics related to the trader's survival and profitability. Beginning with a discussion of the basic skills a trader needs to design a trading system, this user-friendly guide moves from advice for the novice just getting started to advanced system development and data modeling for the experienced trader. Written so even the most inexperienced trader will understand every step
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The Electronic Day Trader
Marc Friedfertig, George West / published: May 1998 / Hardcover / 208 pgs.
 
Provides the reader with actual trading philosophies and strategies necessary to become an effective and profitable trader in the exciting market of electronic day trading. Electronic day trading puts the trader in the arena on an equal footing with the "big boys," where the trader is actually participating in making the market. The Electronic Day Trader is based upon the author's primer, Electronic Day Trading, used as a tutorial in their seminars.
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Trading Online : A Step-by-step Guide to Cyber Profits
Alpesh B. Patel / published: Available on Pre-Order / Paperback / 288 pgs.
 
Trading Online is not so much a reference book as it is a road atlas to cyberspace, identifying the most direct routes to high-quality, low-cost information for the online trading of financial instruments. By taking the time to read Trading Online, readers will save hours of time lost on the back roads and blue highways of the Internet.
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Electronic Day Traders' Secrets: Learn From the Best of the Best Day Traders
Marc Friedfertig, George West, Jonathan R. Burton (Contributor), Jonathan Burton (Collaborator) / published: February 1999 / Hardcover / 224 pgs.
 
Electronic day trading has become one of the most lucrative and accessible professions in today's wide-open electronic frontier. Now, in "Electronic Day Traders' Secrets," you can learn how to daytrade from the best. This gold mine of interviews and insights from the trading industry's top success stories is a real-time, bottom-up guidebook on what it's really like to daytrade.
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Electronic Trading "TNT" IV Tips Tricks and Other Trading Stuff
Joe Ross, Mark Cherlin / published: November 1998 / Hardcover / 300 pgs.
 
Tips, tricks and various enlightments into profitable stock trading. In this final volume of the Electronic Trading "TNT" course, you will see more charts, unusual uses of indicators , ways to use news and government reports, and more.
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Electronic Trading "TNT" III Technical Trading Stuff
Joe Ross, Mark Cherlin / published: March 1998 / Hardcover / 350 pgs.
 
You will learn how to discover a trend in its infancy, before anyone else knows it is there. You also will learn how to know before everyone else when a market has stopped trending then learn to trade with the Ross Hook, one of the most profitable chart patterns ever discovered. Throughout the manual, all the techniques taught are thoroughly demonstrated with charts so that you can see exactly how to trade each and every concept. This manual is perfect for the technically oriented day trader or position trader, and professional traders around the world have developed winning trading systems based on the information contained within its pages.
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Electronic Trading "TNT" II How - To Win Trading Stuff
Joe Ross, Mark Cherlin / published: March 1998 / Hardcover / 284 pgs.
 
This unique trading manual teaches the electronic trader how to deal with the psychological hang-ups that cause traders to lose in the markets. You'll learn about the realities and truth of actual trading. Also revealed is a way to know when not to trade. Knowing when to staying out of the market is critical for day traders.
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Electronic Trading "TNT" I Gorilla Trading Stuff
Joe Ross, Mark Cherlin / published: March 1998 / Hardcover / 299 pgs.
 
A Reader says: "I highly recommend this book. It helped me become a better (more disciplined) trader. I now trade based on what I see in a chart instead of what I think (a basic premise of the book). If you are not ready to memorize chart patterns and put those memorized patterns to work, don't bother buying this book. Like it or not the most expensive books are where the goods are delivered. To become a professional requires paying to learn the professional's tools."
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Trader 2000 : Video and Manual
David Thoroughman/Melissa Luke / published: October 1998 / Hardcover and 3 Hr. Video / 352 pgs.
 
Trader 2000 teaches today's online trader the intricacies of Daytrading as well as swing trading without paying the exorbitant fees of attending a $5,000 seminar. This 3 hour video and instructional manual is designed to provide a detailed process for disseminating modern day trading methods and data. Learn the benefits of: *Trading *Technical Approaches *Execution Systems *Trading Hardware & Software *Mathematical Approaches *Psychology & Mindset *Trading between the spread *Level II. As well, view live trading directly into the exchanges to get a complete understanding of how to trade over the Internet.
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Day Trade Online
Christopher A. Farrell / published: May 1999 / Hardcover / 240 pgs.
 
Farrell, who works from home, has traded over 15,000,000 shares of stock via the Internet, producing a 65 percent annual return for his investment fund in its first year. Using detailed, user-friendly examples, Farrell shows how to place orders online and then sell minutes later for small profits that can potentially add up to thousands of dollars a day -- if you pick the right stocks.
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The Day Trader : From the Pit to the PC
Lewis J. Borsellino / published: May 1999 / Hardcover / 239 pgs.
 
"...less an account of the trader's changing arena than the story of Lewis Borsellino, a fist-shaking Italian American from Chicago's West Side whose grit and determination helped him become one of the top traders in the Standard & Poor futures pit..." -- Rob McDonald - Amazon.com
 
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