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The Ultimate Day Trader: How to Achieve Consistent Day Trading Profits in Stocks, Forex, and Commodities
 
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The Ultimate Day Trader: How to Achieve Consistent Day Trading Profits in Stocks, Forex, and Commodities [Format Kindle]

Jacob Bernstein
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Présentation de l'éditeur

Day trading is difficult. The path is fraught with risk. But a pot of gold awaits those who learn their lessons well. After four decades in the markets as a trader, analyst, author, educator, and system developer, Jacob Bernstein sets down a comprehensive guide to the art of day trading.

You will learn:
  • New day trading methods
  • Order entry strategies
  • How to avoid costly errors when using electronic trading platforms
  • Detailed strategies to maximize profits

With this book, readers will have the complete guide they need to profit from this risky but exciting field. Trading profits are just a day away.


Détails sur le produit

  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 3878 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 352 pages
  • Editeur : Adams Media (18 juillet 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B0047O2HCE
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: n°172.884 dans la Boutique Kindle (Voir le Top 100 dans la Boutique Kindle)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 d'inégal intérêt 4 février 2011
Par Totonessa
Format:Broché
Il s'agit d'une succession de méthodes pour trader mais il n'est pas donné de backtest précis. Parfois cela ressemble un peu à des recettes de cuisine car il donne paramétrage pour stochastiques par exemple qui conviennent peut etre à son marché américain mais pas en france.
Néanmoins ca peut donner des idées, des directions mais quand il dit de ne pas gérer la perte maximale et qu'il backteste sans stops de protection, cela me semble un peu léger
mais c'est un livre qui néanmoins mérite d 'etre lu car quelques idées qui m'ont semblé novatrices
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is a must have for day traders 12 février 2010
Par Steve Burns - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I am a successful day trader and Jacob Bernstein has been key in my success. I have built numerous successful systems based on his principles from his books. Here are ten of the cardinal rules from this book:

1. Do your home work. You need to be prepared for all your trades through each stage of the cycle from the set up, to trigger to follow through. Keep your charts up to date, watch your signals, trail your stops to lock in profits, keep to your stop losses. Most importantly decide on your system before you start trading do not make up rules as you go. Study how systems performed in the market and then follow them in real time.

2. Focus and specialize. Pick only a few stocks or markets to trade and become an expert on them. Understand their time of day action, volume, price range, and risk parameters. Do not be a Jack of all Trades and master of none.

3. Be consistent. You must be consistent in your application of methods. Work the same schedule each week. Follow the same systems take the same stop losses. Trading is a business and must be ran with the same discipline as a business. Be consistent to give your methods a chance to work. Once you have back tested and proven your system has worked do not abandon it when you you have a few losing trades. Even the best systems can easily have six consecutive losing trades. Aim for an average win per trade.

4. Trade with sufficient capital. You must have a minimum of $25,000 to day trade, $30,000 is preferable to be able to withstand draw downs. Your chances of success increase with the more capital you have to begin with. You must have enough capital when you start to be able to withstand your initial losses while learning to trade.

5. Don't trade any stock or futures contract that scares you. You must be comfortable with the amount of risk you are taking on in any trade to be able to make good decisions under the stress and pressure of trading.

6. Avoid reacting to news reports unless you have used specific triggers. Do not chase the market after news is reported unless you have a system for doing that. Generally the people that buy the rumor or expectations and sell the news are successful, not the people rushing in after the news is reported. The news is usually expected and priced in.

7. Avoid internet chat rooms. The vast majority of these are filled with novices and people trying to pump or dump their holdings. I have found no value in these over the years either.

8. A day trade is a day trade. One of the riskiest things you can do is carry a losing day trade into the next day. This one rule has saved my thousands of dollars. You must cut your losses no matter what before the closing bell each day.

9. Do not combine time frames. Stocks move in different directions within different time frames. A day trader must take his signals at the daily level regardless of what larger time frames tell him or her.

10. Your big money will be made in the big moves. Traders must understand that on average 80-90% of their profits will be made on 10-20% of their trades. It is important to have a large enough stop loss to allow your trade to be successful but to cut your losses when your system says to. Also it is crucial to allow your winners to run by using trailing stops to lock in profits. You must have a limited down side with an unlimited upside, that is what will cause you to be a winning trader more than anything else.

Unless a trading method is 100% objective in its rules and implementation, your odds of success will be limited. Success in day trading is limited by the emotional responses that are born from subjective decisions. This book explains the psychology needed to be a successful day trader and gives many strategies and systems to get you started in the day trading game. This book will also help day traders that need to begin to win on average. I highly recommend.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Try another Day Trading book 7 septembre 2009
Par John Tadeo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I have to tell you the truth.I am only half way thru the book and the content seems on the light side. Some examples in the book was left undone. The chapter about gaps he has several charts that suppose to have arrows that indicate gaps but the charts have no arrows. This is the problem with this book it is undone.
Couple more examples... Page 114 author writes " when price closes below the 200ma it triggers a sell. When price closes above the 200ma it triggers a sell". huh?? Figure 6.2 talks about the moving average on the chart. There is no moving average on the chart. Go figure.lol
Also, his chapter on gaps stinks. People should just trade the traditional gap technique it works better.
i hope the rest of the book gets better because the first half was pretty ugly.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 worth reading but not much more 25 octobre 2009
Par Shahram Khorsand - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is an OK book. It contains number of different strategies. However, most of them are not very feasible or somewhat out-dated. I have back tested the strategies and many of the authors examples doesn't do as well as stated in the book.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Fluffy 28 juillet 2010
Par C. Bokesch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
i bought this yesterday and am 65 pages into it. so far it's very fluffy and he's talked about general theory about not being distracted, having enough money, etc. I read a review below from someone in nashville TN, and if you read that, you can skip the first 65 pages. My guess is the rest of the book will be a waste of time. I'd recommend swing trading for dummies over this one so far, which actually uses MA lines on their charts.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not worth the money and inaccurate 23 octobre 2009
Par Raymond F. Ayers III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
There is nothing "ultimate" in "The Ultimate Day Trader." This book has countless errors and grammar mistakes. Charts in the book are labeled wrong. For example, the author speaks about a 15 minute chart of the SPX, but when you take a look at the chart listed, it is labeled as a 1 hour chart of Dow Jones. There are many, many mistakes like this. I find it incredibly unprofessional of the author and the editors to let a book with so many mistakes go to press.

The reason the book gets two stars instead of one, is because the author gives some valid ideas for trading systems.

I would recommend anything on the required reading list of the MTA (Market Technicians Association) for certification if you are serious about making money in the stock market. [...]

The Ultimate Day Trader is not worth your time.
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