Trading Stategies for Capital Markets, Chapter 25 by Joseph Benning
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This chapter comes from a book written by Joseph Benning, a Moody's Vice President and former Senior Economist at the Chicago Board of Trade. Trading Strategies for Capital Markets provides examples of successful trading strategies, guidance on when and why to use them, and revealing discussions of trading psychology and risk management. With his trademark lively and engaging style, Dr. Benning cuts through the complexities of the capital markets, making them accessible, practical, interesting, and easy to understand.

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Joseph Benning, Ph.D., is currently Vice President and Senior Training Consultant for capital markets and derivatives at Moody's, as well as an adjunct Professor of Finance at New School University. He was previously a Senior Economist at the Chicago Board of Trade, and prior to that, was a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Global Change and Governance. Dr. Benning has also served as a bond trader, trading manager, and sales manager at several investment banks, in both New York and London.
Published August 7, 2007 by McGraw-Hill. 14 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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