Learn a powerful trading strategy in just 15 minutes.
Then use it to make money for the rest of your life.
Ready to get started trading stocks, but don't know where to begin?
In this book, I have collected the most popular trading strategies from my previous books:
Imagine what it would be like if you started each morning without stress, knowing exactly which stocks to trade.
Knowing where to enter, where to take profits, and where to set your stop-loss.
In this book, you will learn:
It's time to stop gambling with your hard-earned money.
Join the thousands of smart traders who have improved their trading with the strategies in this book.
Amazon best-selling author and retired hedge fund manager Matthew Kratter will teach you the secrets that he has used to trade profitably for the last 20 years.
These strategies are powerful, and yet so simple to use.
Even if you are a complete beginner, these strategies will have you trading stocks in no time.
Get started today!
Kratter writes helpful guides for use by inexperienced -- but thoughtful, stock market investors. To clarify chart references, this audiobook includes a free PDF.
Note: Kratter frequently re-releases many of his previous guides as new, multi-part guides. If you have the previous, stand-alone guides, this guide may be redundant in your collection. On the bright side, this guide corrected -- edited out, the narration errors (clicks, restatements) found in some previous audiobooks.
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Strategies with specific steps. Advice everyone needs to know and follow. Nice layout easy to follow without being verbose.
Very practical information that any serious trader who wants to play stocks, should know and be aware of. Day trader or longer term trading, this book will cut to the chase. and answer many questions.
This book explains three different strategies based on three different
principles: profiting from mean reversion when a stock trades below its
fair market value, profiting from continued growth of a high growth stock gauged by moving cross-overs and profiting from gap-ups or gap-downs on news reports. This is a great 3-part exposure to the market, because understanding the differences between these three techniques and the principles behind them enables you to develop a good understanding of the markets as a whole. Not every possible strategy is explored in this book. For example, the day-trading section focuses on opportunities in
instances when large institutional investors acquire a stock. But if you
absorb the principles in the three different areas explored in the book,
you can think for yourself to apply and adapt the principles as you see fit. The
author seems to understand that the point is not to drown a reader in
content but to provide carefully-selected content which is as actionable
as possible and enables the reader to develop her own expertise. Highly