There are so many trading books out there on the market that is simply made up of ideas that can be easily found on the Internet for free, and this book is not one of them. This book is not another "Day Trading for Dummies" type of book but contains real strategies and solid school of thoughts of accomplished day traders. It is a no-nonsense, honest guide to successful day trading that I believe anyone can learn from.
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Start thinking like a successful trader. Get tips, insights, and learn the key mindsets you need to know to become a more profitable and successful trader. This book gives you simple quick tips to get you to think about your personal trading style. With each tip you will get a detailed explanation of why you should think about this concept which will allow you to choose whether you take action with your trading system. In this book you will learn: - Why you shouldn't listen to TV broadcasts while trading stocks What type of stocks you should focus on to capture the biggest gains - Why technical data will always trump stock fundamentals - How to identify a healthy stock movement to the upside - Why you will typically make more money going long then short - How to increase your rate of consistency in the stock market - And much more! Use this book as a reference to read one tip each day or go through it quickly and digest all you can on purposeful and meaningful trading tips so that you improve your trading success.
Nowadays, many investors' portfolios include investments such as mutual funds, stocks and bonds. But the variety of securities you have at your disposal does not end there. Another type of security, called an option, presents a world of opportunity to sophisticated investors. The power of options lies in their versatility. They enable you to adapt or adjust your position according to any situation that arises. Options can be as speculative or as conservative as you want. This means you can do everything from protecting a position from a decline to outright betting on the movement of a market or index. This versatility, however, does not come without its costs. Options are complex securities and can be extremely risky. This is why, when trading options, you'll see a disclaimer like the following: Options involve risks and are not suitable for everyone. Option trading can be speculative in nature and carry substantial risk of loss. Only invest with risk capital. Despite what anybody tells you, option trading involves risk, especially if you don't know what you are doing. Because of this, many people suggest you steer clear of options and forget their existence. On the other hand, being ignorant of any type of investment places you in a weak position. Perhaps the speculative nature of options doesn't fit your style. No problem - then don't speculate in options. But, before you decide not to invest in options, you should understand them. Not learning how options function is as dangerous as jumping right in: without knowing about options you would not only forfeit having another item in your investing toolbox but also lose insight into the workings of some of the world's largest corporations. Whether it is to hedge the risk of foreign-exchange transactions or to give employees ownership in the form of stock options, most multi-nationals today use options in some form or another. This book will introduce you to the fundamentals of options. Keep in mind that most options traders have many years of experience, so don't expect to be an expert immediately after reading this book .
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Emissions trading is becoming an increasingly popular policy instrument with growing diversity in design. This book examines emissions trading design, emissions trading implementation problems and how to address them. In an easily accessible way, the book examines advantages and disadvantages of emissions trading and presents policy considerations that designers should not neglect. Stefan Weishaar reviews the main implementation challenges emissions trading faces and assesses how they can be addressed in an effective, efficient and acceptable way. By reviewing existing and emerging emissions trading systems around the world, the book describes why emissions trading systems are used in an environmental policy mix, how an emissions trading system can be designed, what special design issues should be duly considered, and with whom emissions trading systems can be linked. Written from both a legal and an economic perspective, this book will appeal to academic researchers and postgraduate students in environmental law and policy, and those focused on energy and climate change issues. It will also be essential reading for policymakers, managers and consultants working in this field.
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