How To Get Started In Electronic Day Trading Everything You Need To Know To Play Wall Street S Hottest Game

Author: David S. Nassar
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071368643
Size: 45.16 MB
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The days of costly broker delays and lousy fills are over! How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading shows you the inside rules and strategies of Electronic Direct Access Trading (E-DAT), the system that lets you use your own personal computer to consistently buy and sell at the best prices the market has to offer. Learn how to open an E-DAT account, take day trading profits from easy-to-spot market inconsistencies, use basic technical analysis to spot momentum and profit opportunities from trends, and more. Spawned by new regulations, electronic breakthroughs, and increasingly savvy traders, E-DAT has become the fastest-growing way to trade. This new book gets you in the action immediately!

Nasdaq

Author: Lucy Heckman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135597456
Size: 43.90 MB
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NASDAQ brings together, in one volume, a comprehensive annotated bibliography of books, theses and dissertations, US Government reports, journal articles, journals and serials, indexes and abstracts, databases, and websites from 1939 to May 2000.

Electronic Day Traders Secrets

Author: Marc Friedfertig
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN: 9780071347679
Size: 44.31 MB
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Describes success strategies for investing in the stock market, and tells how to minimize losses and avoid mistakes

Critical Digital Studies

Author: Arthur Kroker
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442614668
Size: 58.24 MB
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An indispensable resource for instructors and students in digital studies programs, Critical Digital Studies is a comprehensive, creative, and fascinating look at a digital culture that is struggling to be born, survive, and flourish."--Publisher description.

Computerworld

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For more than 40 years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Computerworld's award-winning Web site (Computerworld.com), twice-monthly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world's largest global IT media network.

Millionaire Traders

Author: Kathy Lien
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470452544
Size: 72.46 MB
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Trading is a battle between you and the market. And while you might not be a financial professional, that doesn′t mean you can′t win this battle. Through interviews with twelve ordinary individuals who have worked hard to transform themselves into extraordinary traders, Millionaire Traders reveals how you can beat Wall Street at its own game. Filled with in–depth insights and practical advice, this book introduces you to a dozen successful traders–some who focus on equities, others who deal in futures or foreign exchange–and examines the paths they′ve taken to capture considerable profits. With this book as your guide, you′ll quickly become familiar with a variety of strategies that can be used to make money in today′s financial markets. Those that will help you achieve this goal include: Tyrone Ball: trades Nasdaq stocks almost exclusively, and his ability to change with the times has enabled him to prosper during some of the most treacherous market environments in recent history. AShkan Bolour: one of the earliest entrants into the retail forex market, he trades in the direction of the major trend, rather than trying to find reversals. Frank Law: a technician at heart, identifies a trading zone, commits to it, and scales down as long as the zone holds. Paul Willette: has mastered a method that allows him to harvest some profits right away, while ensuring that he can still benefit from an occasional extension run in his favor. Order your copy today and beat the Street.

Games Of Empire

Author: Nick Dyer-Witheford
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 0816666105
Size: 17.30 MB
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In the first decade of the twenty-first century, video games are an integral part of global media culture, rivaling Hollywood in revenue and influence. No longer confined to a subculture of adolescent males, video games today are played by adults around the world. At the same time, video games have become major sites of corporate exploitation and military recruitment. In Games of Empire, Nick Dyer-Witheford and Greig de Peuter offer a radical political critique of such video games and virtual environments as Second Life, World of Warcraft, and Grand Theft Auto, analyzing them as the exemplary media of Empire, the twenty-first-century hypercapitalist complex theorized by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. The authors trace the ascent of virtual gaming, assess its impact on creators and players alike, and delineate the relationships between games and reality, body and avatar, screen and street. Games of Empire forcefully connects video games to real-world concerns about globalization, militarism, and exploitation, from the horrors of African mines and Indian e-waste sites that underlie the entire industry, the role of labor in commercial game development, and the synergy between military simulation software and the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan exemplified by Full Spectrum Warrior to the substantial virtual economies surrounding World of Warcraft, the urban neoliberalism made playable in Grand Theft Auto, and the emergence of an alternative game culture through activist games and open-source game development. Rejecting both moral panic and glib enthusiasm, Games of Empire demonstrates how virtual games crystallize the cultural, political, and economic forces of global capital, while also providing a means of resisting them.

Confessions Of A Wall Street Analyst

Author: Daniel Reingold
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061740772
Size: 66.88 MB
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Here is the true story of a top Wall Street player's transformation from a straight-arrow believer to a jaded cynic, who reveals how Wall Street's insider game is really played. Dan Reingold was a top Wall Street analyst for fourteen years and Salomon Smith Barney analyst Jack Grubman's chief competitor in the red-hot sector of telecom. Reingold was part of the "Street" and believed in it. But in this action-packed, highly personal memoir written with accomplished Fast Company senior writer Jennifer Reingold the author describes how his enthusiasm gave way to disgust as he learned how deeply corrupted Wall Street and much of corporate America had become during the roaring stock market bubble of the 1990s. Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst provides a front-row seat at one of the most dramatic -- and ultimately tragic -- periods in financial history. Reingold recounts his introduction to the world of Wall Street leaks and secret deal-making; his experiences with corporate fraud; and Wall Street's alarming penchant for lavish spending and multimillion-dollar pay packages. Reingold spars with arch rival Grubman; fends off intense pressures from Wall Street bankers and corporate CEOs; and is wooed by Morgan Stanley's CEO, John Mack, and CSFB's über-banker Frank Quattrone. Reingold describes instances in which confidential deals are whispered days before their official announcement. He recalls the moment he learns that Bernie Ebbers's WorldCom was massively cooking its books. And he is shocked to have been an unwitting catalyst for a series of sexually explicit e-mails that would rock Wall Street; bring Jack Grubman to his knees; and contribute to the stepping aside of Grubman's boss, Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill. Some of Reingold's stories are outrageous, others hilarious, and many are simply absurd. But, together, they provide a sobering exposé of Wall Street: a jungle of greed and ego, a place brimming with conflicts and inside information, and a business absurdly out of touch with the Main Street it claims to serve. He shows how government investigators, headlines notwithstanding, never got to the heart of the ethical and legal transgressions of the era. And how they completely overlooked Wall Street's pervasive use of inside information, leaving investors -- even sophisticated professionals -- cheated. The book ends with a series of important policy recommendations to clean up the investing business. In the tradition of Liar's Poker and Den of Thieves, Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst is a no-holds-barred insider's account that will open the eyes of every investor.