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Author Patel, Alpesh B., author.

Title How to win at spread betting : an analysis of why some people win at spread betting and some lose / by Alpesh B. Patel & Paresh H. Kiri
Published Petersfield, Hampshire, Great Britain : Harriman House, 2013
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Contents Contents -- About the Authors -- Alpesh B. Patel -- Paresh H. Kiri -- Introduction -- What does success look like? -- Our favourite type of trading -- Chapter 1 Winners Are Not Professionals �But You Need to be Professional to be a Winner -- the big answers -- Forecasting the markets -- technology does save time -- Company analysis? -- Summary -- Chapter 2 Winners Use Less Financial Information -- Introduction -- Winners used a different kind of financial information -- Winners were efficient
Analysts� upgrades and downgradesSummary -- Chapter 4 Winners Show How to Use Charting -- Winners had a couple of strategies -- How to use price charts to make money -- Websites taking the strain -- Are price charts just bunkum? -- Strategy 1: the Breakout -- Strategy 2: MACD (Mac-D) -- the characteristics of winning strategies -- Chapter 5 How Winners Manage risk -- Your stake -- Proven by PhDs in a simple exercise -- Long trades took longer to make money than shorttrades -- “If it�s good at 100, it ain�t better at 80�
Winners performance was skewed, as you�d expect, but in a manner you may find surprisingAn insight into FX -- Summary -- Appendix A Primer on Charting -- Offer For All readers -- Index
Winners put a lot less weight on analysts buy and sellrecommendationsthe truth about how much data is useless and whatmakes money -- this next section is that interview in our words -- the winning strategy of one spread bettor usingfinancial information and chart -- A rare exception -- Summary -- Chapter 3 Winners and News -- Introduction -- You can always find what you want to hear from thefinancial media -- Only listen to a CeO for reasons not to buy his stock -- this is why the media stops you forecasting well -- Directors� deals
Summary Annotation No other book has ever provided this kind of vital information - the kind that traders need to win at spread betting. The authors have taken data from the daily trades of hundreds of traders over a five-year period - tens of thousands of trades. Then they analysed it. This analysis has allowed them to answer the following questions: - Which clients win and lose? What are their characteristics? - Which markets are the easiest to make money on? - Which markets should retail investors avoid? - Do investors make more money in volatile markets or quiet markets? - Which is more profitable: to go long or to go short? - Do short-term/day traders make more money than long-term traders? - What are the most common mistakes made by losing clients? - How much do the top spread betters actually make? - Which trading systems work best? - Do technical analyst traders outperform fundamental analysis traders? - How long are the most profitable positions held? - What impact do dealing costs have on your ability to beat the market? - What rules do profitable traders use for setting trade size and stop losses? - What do winners do differently from losing spread betting traders? - What size accounts do the most profitable traders have? - How many spread betters win and how many lose? - Do losers become winners and winners become losers over time? - Do winners mimic what big winners like George Soros do? What does success look like? What puts someone in the top 10 of spread betters? What are they doing right? That is what this book teaches. The book is packed with hardcore insider data - taken from other traders and the authors' own trades - all carefully dissected to provide you with the answers you need to succeed. As insiders, the authors' aim is to show you how to beat the market. They now it can be done because they know the winners who do it. In this book, they show you how to do it
Notes Includes index
Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed February 16, 2015)
Subject Gambling -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Investments -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Speculation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Spread betting -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Gambling.
Investments.
Speculation.
Spread betting.
Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals.
Form Electronic book
Author Kiri, Paresh H., author.
ISBN 0857193376
0857193414
9780857193377
9780857193414