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Day Trading

Beat the System & Make Money in Any Market Environment
Narrated by: Sean Patrick Hopkins
Length: 6 hrs and 35 mins
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Summary

All you’ll ever need to trade from home

When most people hear the term “day trader”, they imagine the stock market floor packed with people yelling "buy" and "sell" - or someone who went for broke and ended up just that. These days, investing isn’t just for the brilliant or the desperate - it’s a smart and necessary move to ensure financial well-being. 

To the newcomer, day trading can be a confusing process: where do you begin, and how can you approach trading in a careful yet effective way? With Day Trading you’ll get the basics, then:  

  • Learn the Truth About Trading 
  • Understand the Psychology of Trading 
  • Master Charting and Pattern-Recognition 
  • Study Trading Options 
  • Establish Trading Strategies & Money Management  

Day Trading will let you make the most out of the free market from the comfort of your own computer.

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  • 15-01-19

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I feel some others are better. I think they go over too many nonsense stories. I like substance and not mumble gumble