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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.
Crapshoot Investing: How Tech-Savvy Traders and Clueless Regulators Turned the Stock Market into a Casino
By Jim McTague
Apr 6, 2011
Equity markets are now high-speed casinos rigged against individual investors. Now, Jim McTague reveals the twin causes: high-frequency traders and blundering regulators.
Preface to Trading on Corporate Earnings News: Profiting from Targeted, Short-Term Options Positions
By John Shon, Ping Zhou
Mar 2, 2011
The authors of Trading on Corporate Earnings News describe themselves and their philosophy and offer a preview of the chapters in the book.
Introduction to Be a Dividend Millionaire: A Proven, Low-Risk Approach That Will Generate Income for the Long Term
By Paul Rubillo
Feb 23, 2011
The reasons for owning dividend stocks are numerous. Plus, it's probably a lot easier than you think to become a Dividend Millionaire. In this introduction to his book, Paul Rubillo explains all the lessons you need to learn about saving money, putting it to work for you, and growing it over the long term.
Profiting with Iron Condor Options: The Horse Race
By Michael Benklifa
Feb 16, 2011
Condors are the most consistently profitable trade you can create, with potential annual returns reaching 30%, 40%, 50%, or more if put together correctly. Michael Benklifa explains his \conservative strategy designed to maximize gains and minimize risk.
Preface to Profiting with Iron Condor Options: Strategies from the Frontline for Trading in Up or Down Markets
By Michael Benklifa
Feb 15, 2011
In this preface to his book, Michael Benklifa explains why he loves trading condors and why this might be the right kind of trading for you, too.
Trading Realities: First Principles
By Jeff Augen
Nov 8, 2010
Jeff Augen introduces the seven basic principles are central to the theme of his book.
Introduction to Technical Analysis
By Charles D. Kirkpatrick II, Julie R. Dahlquist
Nov 2, 2010
The authors of Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians, 2nd Edition introduce you to the background, basic tools, and techniques that you will need to be a competent technical analyst.
Trade the Trader: Know Your Competition and Find Your Edge for Profitable Trading
By Quint Tatro
Oct 20, 2010
In this introduction to his book, Trade the Trader: Know Your Competition and Find Your Edge for Profitable Trading, Quint Tatro explains that if you are following technical analysis, you are either stalking the movement of others, or your movements are being stalked. If you don’t know on which side you fall, odds are you are someone’s next meal.
Digging for Disclosure: Tactics for Protecting Your Firm's Assets from Swindlers, Scammers, and Imposters
By Kenneth Springer, Joelle Scott
Sep 30, 2010
You never really know the person who is responsible for your money. What's important is to be comfortable with his or her character. The authors of Digging for Disclosure show you how.
Starting Over: The Investing Portfolio that Will Preserve Your Wealth and Your Sanity
By David Gaffen
Sep 29, 2010
In this introduction to his book, David Gaffen explains why you shouldn't go down the rabbit hole of constantly buying individual stocks or day-trading. There's a safer and easier way to invest your money, and Gaffen shows you how.
Buying at the Point of Maximum Pessimism: Taking Advantage of Near-Term Pessimism in Oil and Energy to Invest in a Long-Term Opportunity
By Scott Phillips
Sep 21, 2010
Scott Phillips, coauthor of Buying at the Point of Maximum Pessimism: Six Value Investing Trends from China to Oil to Agriculture, explains why savvy investors should seek pessimism in an industry as an opportunity to make a good investment. With the BP oil spill in the Gulf earning headlines everywhere, many investors have avoided energy stocks and their potential controversy. But Scott says that depressed stock prices for energy firms suggests that this is where bargain hunters should look to spend the least amount and earn the greatest potential returns over the long run.
America's Four Growth Drivers Stall and Our Economy Stagnates
By R. Glenn Hubbard, Peter Navarro
Sep 8, 2010
How can America reharness the vibrant productivity growth of the private sector and resume its journey on the path of long-term prosperity? In order to answer this question—and thereby make things right—we first need a much better understanding of just what has gone wrong.
The Great Leveraging: Economic Growth and Investing Strategies for the Future
By Chip Dickson, Oded Shenkar
Sep 2, 2010
Since 1980, three of the four major economic sectors have dramatically increased their debt levels. Chip Dickson and Oded Shenkar discuss the rise in debt and how the situation has gotten to its current extreme levels.
Introduction to the Great Deleveraging: Economic Growth and Investing Strategies for the Future
By Chip Dickson, Oded Shenkar
Sep 1, 2010
In this introduction to their book, Chip Dickson and Oded Shenkar address why the United States took on so much debt, how the debt will be reduced, and the costs of that deleveraging.
Introduction to Trading with Candlesticks: Visual Tools for Improved Technical Analysis and Timing
By Michael C. Thomsett
Aug 26, 2010
Want to consistently outperform? Candlestick charts can help! In this introduction to his book, top investment author Michael C. Thomsett explains how you can completely demystify them and use them to anticipate stock price trends and improve the timing of every order.

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