Playing for Keeps in Stocks & Futures. Three Top Trading Strategies That Consistently Beat the Markets. Wiley Trading

  • ID: 2209892
  • Book
  • 208 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Playing for Keeps in Stocks & Futures

"Wise traders seeking to improve their trading knowledge and skills are well advised to learn from the accumulated experience and knowledge of those who have already paid their dues, such as Tom Bierovic. Bierovic is an accomplished trader and an excellent teacher, and he provides indispensable and valuable information in his new book, which every serious trader should acquire and study. I heartily recommend it."

–Edward D. Dobson, President, Traders Press, Inc.

"In Tom′s extraordinary no–nonsense way, he has presented so much more value than almost any reader will ever appreciate. Not only has he provided three solid approaches, he includes an insight into the strategic thinking found in many of the best traders!"

–Glen Ring, President, Glen Ring Enterprises

Analyst and publisher of View on Futures newsletter and Daily Update

"For traders wondering what to do with all those technical indicators that are part of their charting software packages, Tom Bierovic offers three trading systems that use combinations of their inputs to generate specific buy and sell signals. Moreover, Bierovic offers enough variations and trading concepts so that enterprising readers should have no trouble devising their own trading systems based on this compact, but idea–filled, text."

–Jack Schwager, Author of Market Wizards and The New Market Wizards

"A carefully crafted book and well thought–out selection of some of the best techniques. The analytical tools are that much more valuable because the author has employed them in his own trading program and refined them to reflect a good technical analysis foundation on which to build and succeed."

–Timothy Slater, Former Managing Director of Dow Jones Seminars, Computrac Technical Analysis Software Corporation
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Acknowledgments.

Preface.

Introduction.

Chapter 1. Why Trade?

Chapter 2. Price Swings 101.

Chapter 3. The Three Components of a Trading Strategy.

Chapter 4. First Prize.

Chapter 5. R2D2.

Chapter 6. Triple Play.

Chapter 7. Suggestions for New Traders.

Appendix A: Recommended Reading.

Appendix B: Answers to Chapter Quizzes.

Glossary.

Index.
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