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The Wiley Trading Guide, Volume II
     

The Wiley Trading Guide, Volume II

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Some of the most successful traders in the U.S., Australia, and Asia share their secrets with you

Following on the heels of the bestselling Volume I, The Wiley Trading Guide, Volume II brings together an elite selection of writings from many of the most successful traders in the world today. These market aces share their secrets on everything

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Some of the most successful traders in the U.S., Australia, and Asia share their secrets with you

Following on the heels of the bestselling Volume I, The Wiley Trading Guide, Volume II brings together an elite selection of writings from many of the most successful traders in the world today. These market aces share their secrets on everything from arbitrage to precious metals trading, options and commodity futures to technical analysis. Featuring completely new material from each contributor, this book offers intermediate to experienced traders a veritable gold mine of indispensable information on how to make a killing in the financial markets in the wake of the global financial crisis.

  • Hot topics covered include automated forex trading, why silver will leave gold in the dust, technical analysis of the energy and commodity futures markets, and market conscious trading
  • New writings by trading luminaries based in the U.S., Australia and Asia, including Roger Kinsky, Colin Nicholson, Jeff Cartridge, Ashley Jessen, Ramon Barros, Jacob Bernstein, Chris Kacher, Gil Morales, and Kathy Lien

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780730376897
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
11/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
16 MB
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