Opening Price Principle: The Best Kept Secret on Wall Street

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Traders and books - they seem to naturally go together like peas in a pod. Most of us already have an extensive trading library. Why consider adding this book to your collection? Together, we (Larry and Peggy) have 50 years experience in the markets. We trade the “Opening Price Principle” every day we are in the markets. It has made us money and saved us money. Why share this principle? We share it because we are committed to teaching traders. If you want to know how we would explain and illustrate the “Opening ...
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Overview

Traders and books - they seem to naturally go together like peas in a pod. Most of us already have an extensive trading library. Why consider adding this book to your collection? Together, we (Larry and Peggy) have 50 years experience in the markets. We trade the “Opening Price Principle” every day we are in the markets. It has made us money and saved us money. Why share this principle? We share it because we are committed to teaching traders. If you want to know how we would explain and illustrate the “Opening Price Principle” and its use to someone sitting with us at our trading desk, then read this book. Better yet, “work” this book. We only take students who are willing to “do the work.” That philosophy is reflected in this book. YOU have to do some work. That is the nature of learning and gaining experience and eventually coming to a place of wisdom. We also believe in the “Keep It Simple” principle. We use simple language, communicate clearly and focus on the real and very practical cons traints every trader faces in today’s markets. In short, without sitting beside us watching prices unfold and the “Opening Price Principle” operate in the market, this book is the closest we can bring you to that ultimate learning experience. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Larry Pesavento is a trading mentor and a thirty year veteran of the Chicago Merchantile Exchange. He supervised Drexel-Burnham-Lambert’s Commodity Department in Los Angeles. Larry traded on and off the floor and trained over 200 traders. He is currently a contract trader for a large hedge fund. Larry seeks to distill and share his thirty years of market experience. His contribution is to teach others the “art and science” of trading. He is the author of six books on trading and periodically gives seminars on his pattern recognition style of trading.

Peggy MacKay is an avid student of the capital markets and trading. She holds an MBA degree in Finance and for the past six years has traded her own private account. Prior to striking out on her own Peggy spent twelve years on the institutional desk of a large Canadian broker. Peggy works closely with Larry, sharing her ideas and expertise.

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Edward Dobson
There is an amazingly reliable relationship between the opening price and the high/low range for the entire day. This relationship is generally known only to seasoned veterans. This new book from 2 traders with over 50 years combined experience reveals this consistent pattern, illustrates it with many tabular and charted examples, and tells you how to trade profitably using it. If you are a short term trader in EITHER stocks or futures, the knowledge you will gain from this book will give you a tremendous advantage every day for the rest of your trading life! (Edward Dobson, Author & President of Traders Press, Inc.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780934380706
  • Publisher: Traders Press Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/28/2000
  • Edition description: SPIRAL
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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