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How To Get Started In Electronic Day Trading Everything You Need To Know To Play Wall Street S Hottest Game

Author : David Nassar
ISBN : 0071368647
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 64. 69 MB
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The days of costly broker delays and lousy fills are over! 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 inconsistencies, use basic technical analysis to spot momentum and profit opportunities from trends, and more. Spawned by new regulations, electronic breakthroughs, and increasingly savvy traders, E-DAT has become the fastest-growing way to trade. This new book gets you in the action immediately!

Nasdaq

Author : Lucy Heckman
ISBN : 9781135597450
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 79. 97 MB
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NASDAQ brings together, in one volume, a comprehensive annotated bibliography of books, theses and dissertations, US Government reports, journal articles, journals and serials, indexes and abstracts, databases, and websites from 1939 to May 2000.

A Man For All Markets

Author : Edward O Thorp
ISBN : 9781786070296
Genre : Business & Economics
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Mathematics professor. Professional gambler. Tech inventor. Hedge fund heavyweight. Bestselling author. One of a kind. Edward O Thorp worked his way up from nothing to become a professor at MIT. Using one of their early computers for his calculations, he invented card counting, making huge winnings at blackjack, roulette and baccarat in Las Vegas and brushing shoulders with mobsters along the way. Thorp then went on to Wall Street, where he began a hugely successful career in the stock market, attracting the attention of global investors such as Warren Buffett. He used statistical techniques to find and exploit pricing anomalies in the securities markets and built a significant fortune, earning him the nickname 'The Godfather of Quants'. For the first time, Thorp shares his incredible life story, explaining how he made his money and giving advice to the next generation of investors.

Wall Street Craps

Author : Steve Nakamoto
ISBN : 0967089387
Genre : Business & Economics
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Risking your hard-earned money in today's volatile stock market has become more akin to gambling than it is traditional investing. But despite its wild gyrations, the stock market still qualifies as one of the best investment vehicles in terms of good odds, high returns, low costs, and instant cash for both big and small players alike. In this easy-to-understand book, you'll discover the 10 most critical steps to accelerating your success in the stock market. Using the following simple and powerful ideas in your approach to stock market investing will allow you to "play" the game correctly, manage your bankroll, and come out a consistent winner instead of a loser: - Think like a winner - not a loser - Divide up your funds wisely - Choose only the best buy candidates - Evaluate the market with more precision - Know exactly when to place your bets - Stay sharp when you're holding positions - Decide when it's the right time to cash out - Know Thy Self & adjust your play accordingly Here's a street-smart guide for savvy do-it-yourself independent investors that shows exactly how to play the stock market game for both fun and profit.

The Education Of A Value Investor

Author : Guy Spier
ISBN : 9781137471246
Genre : Business & Economics
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What happens when a young Wall Street investment banker spends a small fortune to have lunch with Warren Buffett? He becomes a real value investor. In this fascinating inside story, Guy Spier details his career from Harvard MBA to hedge fund manager. But the path was not so straightforward. Spier reveals his transformation from a Gordon Gekko wannabe, driven by greed, to a sophisticated investor who enjoys success without selling his soul to the highest bidder. Spier's journey is similar to the thousands that flock to Wall Street every year with their shiny new diplomas, aiming to be King of Wall Street. Yet what Guy realized just in the nick of time was that the King really lived 1,500 miles away in Omaha, Nebraska. Spier determinedly set out to create a new career in his own way. Along the way he learned some powerful lessons which include: why the right mentors and partners are critical to long term success on Wall Street; why a topnotch education can sometimes get in the way of your success; that real learning doesn't begin until you are on your own; and how the best lessons from Warren Buffett have less to do with investing and more to do with being true to yourself. Spier also reveals some of his own winning investment strategies, detailing deals that were winners but also what he learned from deals that went south. Part memoir, part Wall Street advice, and part how-to, Guy Spier takes readers on a ride through Wall Street but more importantly provides those that want to take a different path with the insight, guidance, and inspiration they need to carve out their own definition of success.

The Buy Side

Author : Turney Duff
ISBN : 9780770437169
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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New York Times Bestseller The Buy Side, by former Galleon Group trader Turney Duff, portrays an after-hours Wall Street culture where drugs and sex are rampant and billions in trading commissions flow to those who dangle the most enticements. A remarkable writing debut, filled with indelible moments, The Buy Side shows as no book ever has the rewards – and dizzying temptations – of making a living on the Street. Growing up in the 1980’s Turney Duff was your average kid from Kennebunk, Maine, eager to expand his horizons. After trying – and failing – to land a job as a journalist, he secured a trainee position at Morgan Stanley and got his first feel for the pecking order that exists in the trading pits. Those on the “buy side,” the traders who make large bets on whether a stock will rise or fall, are the “alphas” and those on the “sell side,” the brokers who handle their business, are eager to please. How eager to please was brought home stunningly to Turney in 1999 when he arrived at the Galleon Group, a colossal hedge-fund management firm run by secretive founder Raj Rajaratnam. Finally in a position to trade on his own, Turney was encouraged to socialize with the sell side and siphon from his new broker friends as much information as possible. Soon he was not just vacuuming up valuable tips but also being lured into a variety of hedonistic pursuits. Naïve enough to believe he could keep up the lifestyle without paying a price, he managed to keep an eye on his buy-and-sell charts and, meanwhile, pondered the strange goings on at Galleon, where tens of millions were being made each week in sometimes mysterious ways. At his next positions, at Argus Partners and J.L. Berkowitz, Turney climbed to even higher heights – and, as it turned out, plummeted to even lower depths – as, by day, he solidified his reputation one of the Street’s most powerful healthcare traders, and by night, he blazed a path through the city’s nightclubs, showing off his social genius and voraciously inhaling any drug that would fill the void he felt inside. A mesmerizingly immersive journey through Wall Street’s first millennial decade, and a poignant self portrait by a young man who surely would have destroyed himself were it not for his decision to walk away from a seven-figure annual income, The Buy Side is one of the best coming-of-age-on-the-Street books ever written. From the Hardcover edition.

Liquidated

Author : Karen Ho
ISBN : 9780822391371
Genre : Social Science
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Financial collapses—whether of the junk bond market, the Internet bubble, or the highly leveraged housing market—are often explained as the inevitable result of market cycles: What goes up must come down. In Liquidated, Karen Ho punctures the aura of the abstract, all-powerful market to show how financial markets, and particularly booms and busts, are constructed. Through an in-depth investigation into the everyday experiences and ideologies of Wall Street investment bankers, Ho describes how a financially dominant but highly unstable market system is understood, justified, and produced through the restructuring of corporations and the larger economy. Ho, who worked at an investment bank herself, argues that bankers’ approaches to financial markets and corporate America are inseparable from the structures and strategies of their workplaces. Her ethnographic analysis of those workplaces is filled with the voices of stressed first-year associates, overworked and alienated analysts, undergraduates eager to be hired, and seasoned managing directors. Recruited from elite universities as “the best and the brightest,” investment bankers are socialized into a world of high risk and high reward. They are paid handsomely, with the understanding that they may be let go at any time. Their workplace culture and networks of privilege create the perception that job insecurity builds character, and employee liquidity results in smart, efficient business. Based on this culture of liquidity and compensation practices tied to profligate deal-making, Wall Street investment bankers reshape corporate America in their own image. Their mission is the creation of shareholder value, but Ho demonstrates that their practices and assumptions often produce crises instead. By connecting the values and actions of investment bankers to the construction of markets and the restructuring of U.S. corporations, Liquidated reveals the particular culture of Wall Street often obscured by triumphalist readings of capitalist globalization.

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