Trade Like a Hedge Fund. 20 Successful Uncorrelated Strategies and Techniques to Winning Profits. Wiley Trading

  • ID: 2210388
  • Book
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for Trade Like a Hedge Fund

"If you want factual advice based on real research, this is a must–read."
Larry Williams, author, The Right Stock at the Right Time

"Altucher, a successful money manager, reveals his most profitable stock trading strategies and how to use them, despite strong protests from his partners and clients. Never look a gift horse in the mouth. Grab them ASAP!"
Yale Hirsch, founder of Stock Trader’s Almanac and editor of thirty–seven annual editions

"I can’t believe that James Altucher has written this book! He’s given away dozens of ways I know to make money. I am glad I’m not in the game anymore. He could ruin it."
James J. Cramer, founder and markets commentator of TheStreet.com, and cohost of CNBC’s Kudlow & Cramer

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Introduction.

TECHNIQUE 1: The Bread and Butter Trade Playing Gaps.

TECHNIQUE 2: How to Play the QQ Q–SPY Spread Using Unilateral Pairs Trading.

TECHNIQUE 3: Buying Bankruptcies.

TECHNIQUE 4: Using the TICK.

TECHNIQUE 5: Playing the Bands.

TECHNIQUE 6: Stocks Less Than $5.

TECHNIQUE 7: The Slow Turtle.

TECHNIQUE 8: The QQQ Crash System.

TECHNIQUE 9: The Relative Fed Model (and Other Fun Things You Can Do with Yields).

TECHNIQUE 10: Deletions from the Indexes.

TECHNIQUE 11: Everything You Wanted to Know About the 200–Day Moving Average but Were Afraid to Ask.

TECHNIQUE 12: End of Quarter, End of Month, Outside Month.

TECHNIQUE 13: Ten Percent Down Panic 101.

TECHNIQUE 14: Taking Advantage of Option Expiration Day.

TECHNIQUE 15: Extreme Convertible Arbitrage.

TECHNIQUE 16: Intraday Bollinger Bands.

TECHNIQUE 17: All Good Things Come in Fours ( 4 Is a Magic Number).

TECHNIQUE 18: The Wednesday Reversal.

TECHNIQUE 19: What Does Not Work?

TECHNIQUE 20: Reading List.

Index.

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JAMES ALTUCHER is a partner at Subway Capital, a hedge fund focused on special arbitrage situations and short–term statistically based strategies. He writes for TheStreet.com, Street Insight, and StreetView, and has been a guest on the television show Kudlow & Cramer. Previously, he was a partner with the technology venture capital firm 212 Ventures and was CEO and founder of Vaultus, a wireless and software company. He holds a BA in computer science from Cornell and attended graduate school for computer science at Carnegie Mellon University.
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