This is the book that your trading broker does not want you to read. The author writes about the "illusions" used by the deceptive trading establishment that lead you to believe that you are in control of your trading decisions and that you can be a successful stock market trader. Books by various so called trading experts, colorful charting indicators, fancy trading platforms from different brokers, on-line trading seminars and especially trading systems found on the internet are just some of the "illusions" that you will see, but just as in magic, you better not believe. They are all there to peak your curiosity and take your money.Here is a fact that you can believe. Most day traders and swing traders lose money. Period. About 90% of day traders and swing traders lose most of their trading capital within one year. Their dreams of being a day trader quickly turned to nightmares. The stock market will take your money at the same time make you think that it is your fault that you lost. That you did not follow that book or trading system the correct way. That you did something wrong. Almost all traders have a great amount of pride and spend the last dollar in their trading account trying to prove that they can do it right.The author discusses many of the magical myths, lies, manipulations, deceptions, and facts of day trading and swing trading the stock market and related indices.
<i>Teaching Critical Thinking in Psychology</i> features current scholarship on effectively teaching critical thinking skills at all levels of psychology. <ul> <li>Offers novel, nontraditional approaches to teaching critical thinking, including strategies, tactics, diversity issues, service learning, and the use of case studies <li>Provides new course delivery formats by which faculty can create online course materials to foster critical thinking within a diverse student audience <li>Places specific emphasis on how to both teach and assess critical thinking in the classroom, as well as issues of wider program assessment <li>Discusses ways to use critical thinking in courses ranging from introductory level to upper-level, including statistics and research methods courses, cognitive psychology, and capstone offerings </ul>
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