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Title:
How to get started in electronic day trading : everything you need to know to play Wall Street's hottest game!
Author:
Nassar, David S.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
New York : McGraw-Hill, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
xix, 233 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Language:
English
Contents:
Major markets and their electronic trading systems -- Trading rules become laws for True e-DAT traders -- Navigational aids for trading in the virtal stock market -- Understanding technical analysis keeps you flying high -- Thinking like and trading with the NASDAQ market makers -- Defining your E-DAT style -- Trading strategies and lighting-up your weapons systems -- Earnings -- Stock splits and ratings changes -- Simulator -- Opening an E-DAT account -- Virtual universe of E-DAT.
ISBN:
9780071345668
Format :
Book

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Central Library HG4515.95 .N37 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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Summary

Summary

Designed for all those who want to get into electronic trading, this guide covers all the basics one needs to get started, including: an explanation of the mechanics of electronic trading; basic trading strategies; advice on computer equipment; and explanations of SOES, Island and SuperDOT.


Table of Contents

The Major Exchanges and Their Electronic Trading Systems
Tradding Rules Becomes Laws for True E-DAT Traders
Navigational Aids for Trading in the Virtual Stock Market
Understanding Technical Analysis Keeps You Flying High
Thinking Like and Trading with NASDAQ Market Makers
Defining Your E-DAT Trading Style
Trading Strategies and Lighting-Up Your Weapons Systems
The Fine Art of Dogfighting
More Reliable Trading Strategies for E-DAT Trading
Simulated Trading Before You Solo Trade
Opening an Electronic Direct Access Trading Account
Taking Off Into the Virtual Universe of Electronic Trading
Afterword: The Future of Electronic Direct Access Trading
Appendices
1 Know the Market Makers and Their Symbols
2 Glossary of Electronic Direct Access Trading and Wall Street Terms
3 Market Indicators, Useful Web Sites, Exchanges, and Books
4 E-DAT Trading Software and Price Quotation Vendors
5 The NASDAQ 100-A Target of Opportunity

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