Better Stock Trading by Daryl Guppy
Money and Risk Management (Wiley Trading)

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An in-depth examination of money management methods for consistent trading success

In Better Stock Trading, Daryl Guppy shows readers how to improve returns by using good money management technique???not by increasing risk in trying to win more trades. Readers will learn how to level the market playing field by using the best money management strategies for their particular account size. From the straightforward two percent rule, to pyramiding methods, and overall portfolio management, Guppy presents a selection of strategies, which will allow any independent trader to capitalize on a rising market and protect funds when the bear takes over. He also shows readers how to study their own trading history and use this information to improve their trading future. Trading skill counts, but money management gives independent traders the edge.

Daryl Guppy (Australia) is an experienced and highly successful private trader. A member of IFTA and the Australian Technical Analyst's Association, he is a popular speaker at international trading seminars in Australia and the Asia Pacific region. He is the author of five highly successful trading titles, including Market Trading Tactics (0-471-84663-5), and is the Editorial Director of The Investors' International Bookshelf.

About Daryl Guppy

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Daryl Guppy is a full-time private position-trader trading specializing in equities and associated derivatives markets. He is also the author of several books including Share Trading and Chart Trading. He is a regular contributor to trading magazines including Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, and to web portals including Asiastockwatch. He trades from a very remote location, his home in Katherine in the Northern Territory of Australia, some 3,000 kms from the nearest Exchange. As a result he makes full use of electronic systems to actively trade Australian and overseas markets. He is a regular speaker for the Sydney Futures Exchange and conducts public trading workshops, and equity and futures brokerage sponsored seminars, throughout Australia and Asia. He provides in-house training support for fund managers, brokerage dealers and remisiers. He is retained as a consultant by several brokerages to advise on the development of Internet-based brokerage and trading services.
Published December 9, 2011 by Wiley. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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