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Titel: How the Futures Markets Work
Verlag: Prentice Hall Press, US
Einband: Mass Market Paperback
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Inhaltsangabe: From an international authority on futures trading, the definitive primer on the futures market-- thoroughly expanded and updated to reflect the hottest new trends in futures trading.
In jargon-free language, backed by explicit and lucid examples, this authoritative primer demystifies every aspect of futures trading. Step by step, investors will come to master the basics of a futures contract, the purpose of the exchange, and the tools of fundamental and technical analysis. They'll also learn solid strategies for choosing a broker, placing orders, finding effective timing indicators and developing their own trading systems.
Features include: A close-up of key players in action--the buyers, the sellers, the speculators, and the brokers; an overview of the multiplicity of markets; a detailed comparison of domestic and international commodity exchanges; the lowdown on the rational, impact, and drawbacks of 24-hour and electronic trading; an incisive look at key factors affecting futures markets, including politics and the weather; the pros, cons, and vital differences between "day" and "position" trading; the secrets to futures markets success, with the do's and don'ts of commodity trading.
Comprehensive and empowering, How The Futures Markets Work opens up a world of prosperous possibilities for today's investors.
Über den Autor: Jake Bernstein is an internationally recognized market analyst, trader, educator, and writer with over 30 years of experience in the stock and futures markets. He is the author of many highly acclaimed books on investing and trading, including Beat the Millennium Crash and Trading the International Futures Markets (NYIF/Prentice Hall Press), and The Compleat Day Trade I and II. He lives in Northbrook, Illinois.
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