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Day Trading For Dummies [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Ann C. Logue

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27. Mai 2011 For Dummies
In an ever-changing market, get the advantage of trading for yourself
 
Day trading is undoubtedly the most exciting way to make your own money. Before you begin, you need three things: patience, nerves of steel, and a well-thumbed copy of Day Trading For Dummies-the low-risk way to find out whether day trading is for you.
 
This plain-English guide shows you how day trading works, identifies its all-too-numerous pitfalls, and gets you started with an action plan. From classic and renegade strategies to the nitty-gritty of daily trading practices, it gives you the knowledge and confidence you'll need to keep a cool head, manage risk, and make decisions instantly as you buy and sell your positions.
* Advice on choosing an online broker
* Updated examples reflect current market and economic conditions and the latest information on SEC rules and regulations (and tax laws)
* Other titles by Logue: Hedge Funds For Dummies, Socially Responsible Investing For Dummies, and Emerging Markets For Dummies
 
Read Day Trading For Dummies and get the tips, guidance, and solid foundation you need to succeed in this thrilling, lucrative, and rewarding career!

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In an ever-changing market, get the advantage of trading for yourself
 
This plain-English guide shows you how day trading works, identifies its all-too-numerous pitfalls, and gets you started with an action plan. From classic and renegade strategies to the nitty-gritty of daily trading practices, it gives you the knowledge and confidence you need to keep a cool head, manage risk, and make decisions instantly as you buy and sell your positions.
* Understand day trading -- discover the fundamentals of day trading, from what it is and how it works to what to expect in the day of the life of a day trader
* Start strategizing -- get the 411 on the different strategies and research techniques day traders use to determine how and when to buy and sell their positions
* Pick up the tools of the trade -- find out how to set up your office to improve your response times, choose the support services you need to research trades, and get through the treacherous day with your sanity intact
* Get down to the nitty gritty -- grasp the day-to-day "stuff" that separates day trading from other types of trading, like paying taxes on your gains, figuring out how well your day trading is performing, and much more
 
Open the book and find:
* Market indicators and day trading strategies
* Advice on how to manage money and your positions
* Key characteristics of successful day traders
* Guidance on understanding risk and return
* How to differentiate trading, investing, and gambling
* A look at rules and regulations
* Research techniques used in day trading
* Tips for managing stress in the trading day
 
Learn to:
* Get started with an action plan
* Avoid pitfalls
* Succeed in this thrilling, lucrative career

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Ann C. Logue, MBA, has written numerous financial articles on investment and is the author of Day Trading For Dummies, Hedge Funds For Dummies, Socially Responsible Investing For Dummies, and Emerging Markets For Dummies, all from Wiley.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Day Trader's First Book 16. Mai 2013
Von Steve Burns - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is packed with very basic information and facts for the aspiring day trader. I think the author did a great job laying out the many dynamics involved in being a day trader: stress, seclusion, the need for discipline, following a trading system, managing risk, amount of capital needed, etc. The book is just met as a basic introduction to cover all the facts, it will not teach you how to be a day trader. If anything the book will discourage the reader about day trading with all its warnings and risks.

The biggest drawback about the book is that the author is not a day trader she is an MBA graduate and a writer. She is a great writer and fact finder and she interviewed many real day traders for this book. The book is more a collection of facts and studies than a comprehensive manual on being a day trader.

If you are just looking for a place to get started this would be a first book to read but then move on to more books with specific actionable plans and other strategies like trend trading and swing trading. If this book splashes cold water on your face and makes you realize day trading is not for you then it will have been money well spent.
15 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
3.0 von 5 Sternen Thank you, Ann C. Logue... 4. Juli 2011
Von C.J. Hustwick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Day Trading holds the promise and allure of turning you into a one-man (or woman) Master of the Universe, snaking your way through markets and laughing all the way to the bank. In my experience, however, this type of approach to the markets is a recipe for disaster for all but the most frenzied and caffeinated of market speculators -- and if you have that much analytical talent, why are you blowing it on micro-trades with so little upside potential?

Day Trading is not Swing Trading. Swing Trading is where you hold onto a stock for a few days or more, waiting for little trends to work themselves through. While not quite the adrenaline rush of trading securities in the span of one session, my experience is that it tends to even out the vagaries of the market and decrease your susceptibility to ephemeral minutiae. I appreciate Ms. Logue's book for making these distinctions abundantly clear because I will never again refer to myself as a Day Trader.

But this book is really an oxymoron; if you are ever planning on being an ultra short-term trader, you had better make sure you are not a dummy. Logue attempts to shoehorn in a lot of complex aspects of market behavior with basic home office details, which I don't really think is a great way to tackle the subject. The one-size fits all format of the "Dummies" books makes for some Frankensteinian texts and this is no exception. Day trading is a very serious subject that does not lend itself well to little spurts of information and requires mastery of technicals. I think you would be better off working your way through the more traditional and outstanding investing books my Graham, Lynch, et.al., then progressing to some technical analysis, and then maybe implementing some day trading if you find you are just that much of a marksman. But then a "Dummies" book on day trading is going to be more than a bit redundant. The author also just throws out little nuggets of complex psychology such as "don't fall prey to hope, fear, doubt, and greed" and to just stay disciplined. Well, once again, this is almost useless advice as this extraordinarily complex subject needs to be explored in depth and has been by many superior books on the subject.

Day Trading is essentially just like all other trading only that you are imposing an artificial limits on your abilities -- all for some sense of holding a quasi-"day" job or being some kind of stock market wizard. Seems silly to me. The author says time and time again that this technique requires mastery of your emotions, but to me it seems that it is only giving into another destructive need for closure. If you are that worried about after-hours volatility buy some puts, and give yourself some sense of satisfaction by learning fundamental analysis.

She also makes it clear that many day traders traffic in options and futures contracts. This is true but Mama Mia... talk about a way to lose a boatload of money in almost no time at all. Last Friday, July calls for AAPL went up 45% in one hour for no other reason then the stock finally bounced at the end of a five day market rally. So DO NOT try trading in this stuff until you have a ton of experience or have already experimented with a lot of trial & error, and are also need the rush of making or losing all of your position in a couple of hours. For most people this would be considered a wild night at the casino.

I thank Ms. Logue for clarifying once and for all that I am not, and do not ever intend to follow the methods in this book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Day Trading as a Vocation 20. November 2011
Von Michael Lichter - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've never dabbled in the stock market, and, being a "dummy," I thought that "day trading" meant "casual investing".

Not even close. Day trading is a high-intensity activity defined by buying and selling stocks and other securities and holding them for no longer than a day.

Ann C. Logue, author of "Day Trading for Dummies", warns readers that the risks of day trading are high (80% of day traders fail in the first year [p. 23]), the stress is high, and the costs of operating without a firm plan are high. She says that part-time day-traders are even less likely to succeed than those who go at it full-time, and casual day-trading is "a bad idea". To paraphrase Obi-Wan Kenobi, day trading is not to be attempted lightly.

Logue convinced me in Chapter 1 that day trading is for other people. What, then, can I say about the rest of the book?

Chapters 2-17 are mainly of interest to those who want to give day trading a shot. While I'm sure that there are plenty of tidbits that would interest traditional investors, those investors would be better off following Logue's advice and picking up a copy of "Investing for Dummies" or some other general book on investing. For readers who haven't yet made up their minds, Chapters 18 and 19 recap the pros and cons of day trading. Chapter 20 offers alternatives to day trading. The news that simulators and demonstration accounts are available to people at low or no cost might be of interest to those who are intrigued and want to give day trading a try before risking real money.

Aside from doing a good job of warning off casual investors, the other strength of this book is Logue's insistence that day traders approach trading as a craft. She emphasizes careful planning, methodical preparation and research, and the consistent observation of rules and best practices. She repeatedly warns that this is not an occupation for compulsive gamblers and others who lack discipline.

Bottom line: If you already have a reasonable understanding of what day trading entails, you may find this book useful. If you don't, especially if you have no experience managing a portfolio of investments, fuggetaboutit.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good intro to Day Trading 25. Februar 2012
Von Scrapple8 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Low commission trades and slick internet trading platforms built in the 1990s to capture new commissions for brokerage firms gave rise to a trading practice called Day Trading. When the internet bubble burst in 2000, many of these day traders had spectacular losses. There are rules governing day trading accounts, and a book called "Day Trading for Dummies" offers a blueprint for people considering the profession.

The NASD introduced rule 2520, which classifies a person as a "pattern day trader" for making four round-trip day trades in a five day period. Buying a security, and selling that security is considered a round trip. In other words, you can be a day trader without declaring yourself one.

A margin account allows you to day trade. Enthusiastic margin account holders can find themselves classified as pattern day traders, who are then required to meet the $25,000 minimum equity commitment that is required for a day trader. Otherwise, the account will have restrictions which may not even allow you to place any trades unless you have cash in the account.

A natural question, when asked to pony up $25,000, is to ask what day trading is all about. Your broker can tell you that you'll have daily buying power equal to four times your excess equity, but they won't be able to tell you how to run your new vocation as a business.

This book can. There are useful tools in the book for people who don't want to be day traders, so it is not as though this book is targeted exclusively to day traders. Technical trading and exit strategies are two of the main tools for investors to know. It doesn't just give you details about these tools, but it also points to additional resources that expand on these tools in depth. From these, I was a find a book exclusively about technical trading that proved invaluable.

While I was more interested in technical trading than day trading, this book pointed me in the right direction. It also have me some good information about day trading. I wouldn't want to be one - and, in fact, you probably cannot be one if you work at a brokerage firm - but some of my clients are, and it helps to know about their concerns.

If you want to be a day trader, you'll need to read some other books, and get yourself some valuable experience. However, here's a good place to start to decide if this is something you want to do.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good info for beginners but day trade at your own peril. 13. Juli 2011
Von D. Chou - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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These "Dummies" books aren't really intended for dummies; would dummies even bother to read and learn more about a topic of interest? This guide to day trading for beginners is well written, logically organized, and fairly simple to understand. However, the cover states,"Learn to: Succeed in this thrilling, lucrative career". In reality, for most people who have ever tried to day trade or short term trade, it should include, "or possibly lose everything you have and more in this unforgiving, dangerous career".

On the surface, it all seems too easy. Buy and sell shares of stocks, bonds, ETFs, currencies, commodities, and derivatives (options, futures, warrants) at the right moment; buy low, sell high; or short sell high, buy to cover low. Timing is everything! In the real trading world, it's much more complicated than that. This book does cover all the basic information and resources for a beginner who's starting out. It is organized into four parts consisting of: I: Day Trading Fundamentals; II: Day Trading Strategies; III:Opening your trade shop; IV:The Part of Tens. Each part is subdivided into 4-6 chapters of relevant info. There's even a useful Appendix: Resources for Day Traders. Most of the info presented are common knowledge for intermediate to advanced traders but the author does provide different approaches and angles to the many strategies of day trading.

Overall: I've dabbled in day trading/ short term trading as a way to augment my long term investment portfolio back in Jan. 2009. Initially I got lucky with some leveraged 2x inverse ETFs and made some easy 3 to 4 figure gains in a few hours of the day. I got overconfident and started to trade some 3x inverse ETFs just as the market was rebounding in a big way. Pretty soon I had five figure losses because I didn't unload the losers quick enough. Fortunately, I sold the losers and was able to recoup and made small profits by shorting the same 3x inverse ETFs that were killing me financially and emotionally. The info presented in this book would definitely have helped me avoid or minimize those rookie mistakes. Some traders joked that day trading is like "picking up pennies in front of a steamroller"; in the real world, it's more like, " picking up pennies in front of a bullet train"!!! There's nothing like EXPERIENCE regardless of how many day trading books one reads! No, I didn't quit my REAL job.
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