The Long-Term Day Trader: Short-Term Strategies to Boost Your Long-Term Profits

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John Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, Jan 1, 2001 - 208 pages
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The Long-Term Day Trader is the perfect guide to help you use the short-term strategies of the professional day trader to improve your long-term returns. It doesn? matter whether you are a short-term trader or a long-term investor ?by using the most profitable tactics of the top day traders you can significantly boost your long-term returns.Author and long-term investor Michael Sincere prefers to buy high-quality stocks, mutual funds and index funds. Professional day trader Deron Wagner believes in short-term trading tactics. The Long-Term Day Trader combines these two seemingly conflicting strategies into a coherent game plan for all investors.First published in the USA, the experience and expertise of Sincere and Wagner is now made available in this edition to Australian investors and traders. This book will help you no matter what your style of investing. You?l learn:* how long-term investors can profit from the secrets of day traders* how to find the trading system that fits your personality and meets your goals* how to be a winning long-term day trader* how long-term day traders can avoid the pitfalls usually associated with day trading.The Long-Term Day Trader will teach you new ways to look at your investment portfolio. The short-term strategies you will learn could provide a huge boost to your long-term investment goals with a minimum of capital investment.

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Best book I've read on trading. Its the first book I read on trading and I still refer to it. Recommended starter book. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Michael Sincere is a full-time columnist, writer, and author of numerous books, including "Understanding Options" and "All About Market Indicators".

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