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Proven Strategies to Tradeand Make MoneyIn Today's Fast-Moving Markets
Veteran traders love today's volatile markets. Why? Because while technological advances have made trading easier than ever, the market knowledge of individual investors has not kept pace. For traders who know what to look for, profits are plentiful and opportunities abound.
Stock Market Strategies That Work turns the tables, revealing powerful market entry and exit methods, precise timing techniques, trend analysis tools, risk management methods, and more. Learn the tools that trading pros have used for years to take advantage of investor ignorance. Short on double-talk but long on actual trading applications, this valuable guide explores:
- Sensible, lower-risk strategies for investors starting with $1,000 or less
- What trading on margin canand can'tdo for you
- Do's and don'ts of picking winning stocks
- How charts can help you understand and forecast market movements
- Little-known timing methods for increased profits in stocks and mutual funds
Before you compete with experienced market vets, you have to learn their tricks and tactics. Stock Market Strategies That Work shows you how things really operate in the marketplace, giving you the knowledge you need to plot your own coursewith low risk and high profit potentialthrough today's investment jungle.
About the Author
Jacob Bernstein is one of today's most popular and respected market analysts in futures and stocks. Bernstein is cofounder of the popular 2chimps.com stock market advisory website and the author of over 32 books on trading, including Momentum Stock Selection and The Compleat Day Trader. His research and trading methods are used by savvy traders all over the world.
Elliot Bernstein is cofounder of 2chimps.com, plus assistant market strategist and a regular contributor to the website. His areas of expertise include technical analysis, timing, mutual fund investment strategies, stock sector analysis, and alternative energy stocks. He has been a quest on Internet business television and a contributor to the Bernstein on Stocks newsletter.