Strategic Stock Trading by Michael Swanson
Master Personal Finance Using Wallstreetwindow Stock Investing Strategies With Stock Market Technical Analysis

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MASTER STRATEGIC STOCK TRADING

Many say few know more about stock trading than Michael Swanson, who ran a top ranked hedge fund for four years and has built up a huge audience of readers on his website WallStreetWindow.com thanks to the accuracy of his market calls and investment acumen, including making over 50% in 2008 in one of the worst years for the stock market ever. His book Strategic Stock Trading demystifies the stock market by explaining what truly makes the stock market and individual stocks move the way they do and shows you how you can take advantage of it.

This book is designed to be a fast read that you can finish in one sitting.

After you buy this book and read it among the things you will learn are:

THE MOST PROFITABLE STOCK PATTERN YOU CAN BUY - The best traders and investors are one trick ponies who develop a method or trading strategy that they use over and over again to profit in the market. Instead of flooding you with hundreds of different technical analysis indicators Swanson cuts to the chase and hands you the most profitable stock pattern that he has used again and again over the years.

HOW TO BUY TOMORROW'S BIG WINNERS TODAY - Imagine what would it be like to be able to find the next Apple or the next world changing stock market sector? Learn how to break the stock market down in investment sub sectors and be able to identify when one of them is positioning itself to begin a new bull market of its own and become the next big thing everyone is talking about a year from now.

UNDERSTAND INVESTMENT CROWD PSYCHOLOGY - Individual investors play in the stock market and tend to buy high and sell low while hedge funds and professional investors are now dominating the exchanges with computer programs and short-term trading. As an individual investor Swanson shares his knowledge of what really moves professional investors to help you understand how to navigate today's stock market and play like a shark and not swim like a minnow.

PROFIT DURING BEAR MARKETS THROUGH SHORT SELLING - Swanson made money in the 2008 stock market crash by recognizing it was coming ahead of time and then betting against the stock market. After you read this book you will know what type of storm clouds come before big bear markets and how to short sell stocks the right way if you want to try to profit from them.

BUY A STOCK USING THE TWO-FOLD FORMULA - Price patterns and technical analysis are key in stock trading entry and exit points, but fundamental analysis using valuation metrics are key to evaluating he true investment potential in a stock. These simple valuation metrics will enable you to do this at a quick glance.

THIS IS THE BOOK MANY CONSIDER TO BE IDEAL FOR BOTH NEWBIES AND EXPERTS - To quickly tell you why many people consider this to be an important book there are many stock market and stock trading investment books that describe different aspects of technical and fundamental analysis. This one puts them together and shows you have to really use them in a strategic way backed by real life experiences and examples. It also discusses the psychology of investors in the market and how hedge funds and institutional investors now influence the stock market more than ever before and what you must do in this type of market to succeed. It is a practical and refreshingly compact guide.
 

About Michael Swanson

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Former hedge fund manager Michael Swanson is the founder and head editor of WallStreetWindow.com. He received a Masters Degree in history from the University of Virginia in 1998 and since retiring from the hedge fund world writes about global investment trends, the financial markets, and American history. The War State is the first in a series of books he is writing on the Cold War and American foreign policy.
 
Published April 30, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 139 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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