The New Market Wizards: Interviews With Top Traders
by Jack D. Schwager
Book Description: Some traders distinguish themselves from the herd. How do these spectacular winners whose success occurs across a spectrum of financial markets do it? What separates them from the others? What can they teach the average trader or investor? In The New Market Wizards, these wildly successful traders--some largely unknown--relate the financial strategies that have rocketed them to success. Asking questions that readers with an interest or involvement in the financial markets would love to pose to the financial superstars, Jack D. Schwager gets these financial wizards to share their insights.
Trading Commodities and Financial Futures
by George Kleinman
Book Description: In this book, one of the world's most experienced traders introduces a new step-by-step methodology built on more than twenty-five years of success. George Kleinman begins with the basics—including a complete primer on how futures and options trading works, how traders' psychology impacts the markets, and how to avoid the pitfalls that trip up so many traders.
Fundamentals of the Futures Market
by Donna Kline
Book Description: From the basics of open outcry trading to advanced technical indicators, Fundamentals of the Futures Market gives beginning futures traders everything they need to get started. This hands-on workbook walks readers through the entire process to read and understand major reports, track prices, follow the major indicators, and more. In today's fast-paced futures trading arena, it provides the tools readers need to trade in any commodity market-;grains, metals, or financials-;and minimize risk as they sharpen their trading skills.
Technical Traders Guide to Computer Analysis of the Futures Markets
by Charles Lebeau, David W. Lucas
Book Description: With the low cost of modern computer hardware and software combined with the communication of price data via satellite, a new and rapidly expanding market of traders using computers has developed. This essential book bridges the gap between the basic instruction that comes with software programs and what a trader actually needs to know to develop and text profitable futures trading system.
Trade Options Online
by George Fontanills
Book Description: Options are potentially one of the most profitable investment instruments available in todays intensely volatile financial markets. Just a few years ago, the information needed to exploit the vast earnings potential of options was beyond the reach of all but a handful of analysts. Now, anyone with a PC and a few basic software tools has direct access to all the up-to-the-minute market information needed to compete successfully with the "big boys." But, having information and knowing how to wield it are two very different things. In this groundbreaking book, online options trading innovator George Fontanills arms you with the knowledge and skills youneed to unleash the phenomenal power of your computer to become a successful online options trader.
Stock Index Futures & Options
by Susan Abbott Gidel
Book Description: With 20 years of professional experience behind her, Susan Abbott Gidel is the perfect person to present this intricate overview of today's futures and options markets. Included is everything a beginner needs to know to understand the world of derivatives...
Short-Term Trading in the New Stock Market
by Toni Turner
Book Description: In an uncertain market, can traders and investors find profits in short-term stock movements? Bestselling author and trader Toni Turner teaches readers the techniques and strategies needed to trade in today’s up-and-down stock market. The book begins with “Seven Steps to Trading Success,” which outlines the logistics needed to establish a trading career.
Winning the Day Trading Game
by Thomas L. Busby, Patsy Busby Dow
Book Description: Take a proven approach to short-term trading. Winning the Day Trading Game offers an insider's view of the trading life and provides proven strategies for profitable trading. Professional trader Tom Busby explains how the strategies that made him so much money early on in his career ultimately failed during the 1987 stock market crash and then reveals how he reinvented himself as a high-percentage day trader. He interweaves personal experiences with technical explanations to outline the cornerstones of his technique. In highlighting his own trading experiences, Busby clearly explains how to beat the market by balancing the impulses of greed and fear, managing risk at all times; and taking responsibility for your trading.