How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading: Everything You Need to Know to Play Wall Street's Hottest Game: Everything You Need to Know to Play Wall Street's Hottest Game [NOOK Book]

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The days of costly broker delays and lousy fills are over! How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading shows you how using your own personal computer and the Internet you can trade directly with exchange specialists and NASDAQ makers, take substantial profits from fast-moving markets and keep those profits for yourself!



Here are the inside rules and strategies of Electronic Direct Access Trading (E-DAT), ...

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How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading: Everything You Need to Know to Play Wall Street's Hottest Game: Everything You Need to Know to Play Wall Street's Hottest Game

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Overview

The days of costly broker delays and lousy fills are over! How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading shows you how using your own personal computer and the Internet you can trade directly with exchange specialists and NASDAQ makers, take substantial profits from fast-moving markets and keep those profits for yourself!



Here are the inside rules and strategies of Electronic Direct Access Trading (E-DAT), the equalizing system that lets you consistently buy and sell at the best prices the market has to offer. Learn up-to-the-minute techniques to: open an Electronic Direct Access trading account, and gain direct access to NYSE's SuperDot, NASDAQ's SOES and SelectNet, and the ECNs; take profits from easy-to-spot market inconsistencies; understand the new screen-based systems that are changing the securities industry. Spawned by new regulations, electronic breakthroughs, and increasingly savvy traders, E-DAT has become the fastest-growing way to trade. Get in the action-immediately with How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading. The gates of Wall Street, until recently locked tight to the average investor, have been thrown wide open! Electronic Direct Access Trading (E-DAT) puts all traders from multi-billion dollar professionals to individuals at their PCs on level footing.



How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading takes you to the bleeding edge of today's electronic trading technology. This powerhouse book tells you how to blend NSE and NASDAQ with the Internet and your own computer to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with traders worldwide. Regardless of the prevailing market sentiment--Bull, Bear, or Sideways--its techniques and strategies will help you take advantage of the profit opportunities that occur every trading day.



Pioneering E-DAT trader and trainer David S. Nassar puts you in the cockpit of the most advanced trading platforms in the world:


quickly learn the rules and regulations of today's E-DAT marketplace;


use stock trading simulators to hone your E-DAT marketplace;


use stock trading simulators to hone your E-DAT skills before putting your own money on the line;


trade directly with NASDAQ market makers;


pocket substantial trading profits while limiting risk;


use basic technical analysis to spot momentum and profit opportunities; dump unwanted shares instantaneously;
fill your orders at the price you want--in as little as one second!



In addition, numerous examples of E-DAT strategies in action provide a firsthand feel for the realities of electronic trading. You discover how to trade the long and short side of the market; how to take profits of as

little as 1/8 of a point as your protect yourself against downside risk; make money even when you're right only 30 to 40% of the time; use NASDAQ's Level 2 screen to buy on the bid and sell on the ask, making money on the spread like the market makers have done for years; and many other proven tips and strategies.



If you have a passion for the market-and a passion for fast trading profits while limiting risk-E-DAT is the answer. From hardware and software recommendations through sample trading plans and strategies, including pointers on how to identify the trading style, system, and broker that best fit your needs, How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading launches you into the screen-based markets that will dominate the 21st century.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071368643
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 11/30/1998
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

David S. Nassar is president and CEO of Market Wise Trading, Inc., which specializes in providing Electronic Direct Access Trading for investors and traders on-line, via the Internet, and through the firmÕs branch office system. His Market Wise Stock Trading School teaches students from around the world how to trade electronically, on the NYSE and NASDAQ, using state-of-the-art technologies and strategies. A popular speaker and broadcast commentator, Nassar is also a registered financial planner with more than a decade of securities and trading experience.
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Table of Contents

The Major Exchanges and Their Electronic Trading Systems. Tradding Rules Becomes Laws for True E-DAT Traders. Navigational Aids for Trading in the Virtual Stock Market. Understanding Technical Analysis Keeps You Flying High. Thinking Like and Trading with NASDAQ Market Makers. Defining Your E-DAT Trading Style. Trading Strategies and Lighting-Up Your Weapons Systems. The Fine Art of Dogfighting. More Reliable Trading Strategies for E-DAT Trading. Simulated Trading Before You Solo Trade. Opening an Electronic Direct Access Trading Account. Taking Off Into the Virtual Universe of Electronic Trading. Afterword: The Future of Electronic Direct Access Trading. Appendices: 1: Know the Market Makers and Their Symbols. 2: Glossary of Electronic Direct Access Trading and Wall Street Terms. 3: Market Indicators, Useful Web Sites, Exchanges, and Books. 4: E-DAT Trading Software and Price Quotation Vendors. 5: The NASDAQ 100-A Target of Opportunity.
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