Computerized trading: maximizing day trading and overnight profits
New York Institute of Finance, 1999 - 415 pages
Complete with explanatory charts, diagrams, and checklists, a detailed discussion of the use of computerized trading systems draws on the expertise of twenty expert traders, and gives step-by-step advice on strategies and reliable data to both beginning and experienced investors.
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