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Why Your Credit Score Matters
By Liz Weston
Dec 1, 2011
Credit scores can have enormous repercussions for your wallet, your future, and your peace of mind. Liz Weston explains the cost of having a bad credit score, how credit scoring has changed over the years, and consumers' battles to have access to credit scores.
Introduction to Your Credit Score: How to Improve the 3-Digit Number That Shapes Your Financial Future
By Liz Weston
Nov 30, 2011
The days of easy lending aren’t likely to come back any time soon. So now more than ever, knowing how to fix, improve, and protect your credit score is essential for successfully navigating your financial life.
Beware the Keynesian Mirage
By Tony Crescenzi
Oct 31, 2011
Tony Crescenzi explains why it is a fallacy to believe that the ability of nations to issue ever-increasing amounts of new debt at the Keynesian Endpoint will be the same as it was in the past, and it is lunacy to believe that in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis that bond investors will turn a blind eye to a continuation of fiscal profligacy.
Preface to The Option Trader's Workbook: A Problem-Solving Approach, 2nd Edition
By Jeff Augen
Oct 27, 2011
Jeff Augen introduces his book, which is designed to let investors explore a vast array of rules and trade structures by solving real-life problems.
Introduction to Buy and Hedge: The 5 Iron Rules for Investing Over the Long Term
By Jay Pestrichelli, Wayne Ferbert
Oct 26, 2011
The authors explain that if you think the market has the potential for significant turmoil and volatility and you worry that it is possible that this is the new normal, this book will work for you.
Introduction to the Inner Voice of Trading: Eliminate the Noise, and Profit from the Strategies That Are Right for You
By Michael Martin
Oct 3, 2011
In this introduction to his book, Michael Martin attempts to shed light on how successful traders combine intellect and self-awareness and what they do to obtain it.
George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis: The Other History
By Ed Carlson
Sep 12, 2011
Ed Carlson discusses George Lindsay's book, The Other History, where Lindsay challenges the accepted views of "cause and effect" in the stock market and replaces them with his own observations of time intervals.
Introduction to George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis: Trading Systems of a Market Master
By Ed Carlson
Sep 12, 2011
Who was George Lindsay and why did I undertake to write this book? Ed Carlson answers these questions in this introduction to George Lindsay and the Art of Technical Analysis: Trading Systems of a Market Master.
Introduction to Using Technical Analysis to Interpret Economic Data
By Charles D. Kirkpatrick
Sep 6, 2011
Charles D. Kirkpatrick introduces his book, which offers guidance in timing the stock market specifically and provides advice to those are nervous about looking at markets strictly from a technical point of view without some understanding of the relationship between fundamental information and the markets.
Extreme Money: Mirror of the Times
By Satyajit Das
Aug 17, 2011
Best-selling author and global finance expert Satyajit Das reveals the spectacular, dangerous money games that are generating increasingly massive bubbles of fake growth, prosperity, and wealth--while endangering the jobs, possessions, and futures of virtually everyone outside finance.
Introduction to Understanding China's Economic Indicators
By Thomas Orlik
Jul 20, 2011
In this introduction to his book, Thomas Orlik explains what China's statistics say about the state of the economy and how to use them to make more profitable investment decisions.
The Esoteric Investor: Building the Demographic Framework
By Vishaal B. Bhuyan
Jul 18, 2011
Learn about huge new investment opportunities hidden in the coming age wave, pension crisis, and today's massive demographic, economic, and regulatory shifts.
Introduction to Mastering Market Timing
By Richard A. Dickson, Tracy L. Knudsen
Jul 12, 2011
Market timing is not easy. But it's not impossible, and when properly applied, market timing can generate big rewards for the time and effort expended.
Mastering Market Timing with Richard D. Wyckoff and Lyman M. Lowry: The Analysts and Their Methods
By Richard A. Dickson, Tracy L. Knudsen
Jul 7, 2011
The authors discuss the market timing methods of Richard D. Wyckoff and Lyman M. Lowry.
Trading for Exceptional Returns: Ignition
By Michael W. Covel
Jun 23, 2011
When it comes to trading, you need a winning philosophy and strategy, backed by proven positive results that you can execute. Michael W. Covel explains how to get there in this introduction to his book, Trend Commandments.
Trading for Exceptional Returns: Expectations
By Michael W. Covel
Jun 22, 2011
Michael W. Covel introduces his book, Trend Commandments, which is for those kindred spirits who grasp there is no secret to trading but rather just knowledge you have not yet discovered.
The Global Economic System: Motivation for Understanding Liquidity Risk
By George Chacko, Hans Gunawan, Carolyn L. Evans, Anders L. Sjoman
Jun 13, 2011
How did some of the smartest investors, who had generated outsized returns for a long time with their skills, get caught flat-footed by the largest financial crisis the world had seen in several decades? The authors of The Global Economic System explain.
Introduction to What Would Ben Graham Do Now?
By Jeffrey Towson
May 10, 2011
Jeffrey Towson discusses the struggle to go global and five simple recommendations for investing in a colliding world.
Preface to Microsoft Excel for Stock and Option Traders: Build Your Own Analytical Tools for Higher Returns
By Jeff Augen
May 9, 2011
In this preface to his book, Jeff Augen explains how technically minded private investors can learn to run just a little faster than the market using Microsoft Excel.
Investing with Volume Analysis: Two Perspectives of Market Analysis
By Buff Pelz Dormeier
Apr 11, 2011
There are many forms of security analysis on which to build an understanding. Buff Pelz Dormeier discusses the two most common methods of analysis: fundamental analysis and the technical analysis.

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