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Beknopt leerboek der handelskennis en handelstechniek : binnenlandse handel
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Year: 1970 Publisher: Gent Norma,

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Technical analysis and the active trader.
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ISBN: 0071467912 Year: 2006 Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill,

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Technical analysis is a powerful trading tool, but for maximum success and profit it must be skillfully integrated with other key trading tools. Technical Analysis and the Active Trader explains how to seamlessly combine technical analysis with other elements to help you understand the context of price moves, eliminate representative bias, and more.Go beyond the tired rules of technical analysis to uncover a wider range of profitable opportunities Technical analysis can be dangerously unreliable, as most technicians will reluctantly attest. Technical Analysis and the Active Trader presents an entirely new approach tothe markets, one that combines traditional technical tools with fundamental analysis, behavioral finance, and more to help you understand what makes prices move. Author Gary Norden is a veteran professional trader, as opposed to a theory-driven mathematician. In Technical Analysis and the Active Trader, Norden examines technical analysis from a trader's perspective to reveal: Flaws in bedrock assumptions that form the basis of technical analysis, and strategies you can follow to overcome those flaws Findings of modern behavioral finance, and how to use them to gain valuable insights into the decision-making patterns of other traders Two trading techniques that will consistently signal when you are about to make a bad decision-and what you need to know to implement each Decades-old technical analysis strategies are no match for increasingly complex markets and traders. Technical Analysis and the Active Trader shows you how to bolster your program by integrating technical, fundamental, and psychological analysis into a well-rounded investment approach that plays off the strengths of contemporary markets, as opposed to the wishful thinking of obsolete technical analysis. Improve your trading with this dynamic combination of fundamentals, technicals, behavioral finance, and commonsense Veteran traders know the perils of relying on easy answers. They know that technical, Chart-based indicators and unproven rules of thumb might lead to the occasional lucky call--but they will never lead to long-term market success. Technical Analysis and the Active Trader introduces you to a powerful trading approach that integrates knowledge of fundamentals and trader psychology with specific technical indicators for a sensible, structurally sound trading program. This eye-opening book breaks through the numerous fallacies of technical analysis to show you how to truly understand markets, companies, and other traders, limiting your risks while giving you a broader sense of which direction markets and traders are likely to head next. This straightforward rulebook will give you the knowledge you need to uncover lower-risk opportunities and get the most from those opportunities. It reveals strategies that savvy traders use to: Scalp or flow trade business entering the market, behaving less like a gambler and more like the "house" Use the biases and heuristics of behavioral finance To understand trader psychology and improve your own decision making Determine why traders are forecasting a certain outcome, and trade against them if the facts warrant Track bond market performance to either support or disconfirm stock market trends Determine when good or bad news has already been priced in by traders, and go long or short based on facts instead of hunches Link stop loss levels to your preset profit targets as opposed to irrelevant past performance numbers Weigh up possible outcomes of a trade, then chose your positions on the side that offers the least resistance to a positive outcome The majority of technical trading instructors and guides would have you believe that trading is a clear-cut process of unswervingly adhering to rote charts and signals. If that ever worked, it certainly doesn't anymore. Technical Analysis and the Active Trader adapts the traditional claims of chartists and technical analysts to new research and changing realities, showing you how to use all available Market data to make informed, intelligent, and profitable trading decisions.

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Financial freedom through electronic day trading.
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ISBN: 0071362959 Year: 2001 Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill,

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An increasing number of investors are entering the high-risk world of electronic day trading-often before they've learned the basic principles and safeguards. Financial Freedom Through Electronic Day Trading combines Van Tharp's mastery of trading psychology with Brian June's nuts-and-bolts expertise to give day traders the proven strategies and information they need to survive and succeed. From little-known day trading entries and exits to techniques that foster winning attitudes and styles, these practical ideas will help readers develop their own personalized trading systems. The perfect combination of psychological preparation and hands-on practice, it discusses: *Market analysis from a day trading perspective *Techniques for determining a market maker's position *The best day trading software

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The mathematics of options trading.
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Year: 2005 Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill,

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The Mathematics of Options Trading shows options traders how to improve their overall trading performance by first understanding and harnessing options mathematics. This detailed manual introduces the math needed to understand options and how they work and provides step-by-step instructions on how to use that math to analyze intended trades before committing capital. Traders learn how to use moving averages, curve fitting, extreme values, skewness, and other techniques to augment trading profits. The valuable accompanying CD-ROM contains programs for analyzing opportunities using several strategies, creating spreadsheets, and more.

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The 10 essentials of forex trading : the rules for turning patterns into profit.
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ISBN: 0071476881 Year: 2007 Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill,

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A renowned trading educator reveals his proven forecasting methods for the Forex market The largest market in the world, Forex is the new wave of investing for individual and active traders. In The 10 Essentials of Forex Trading, trading innovator Jared Martinez shows you how to understand trading patterns and turn them into profit, no matter what your investment level is. Martinez, who created the Kings Crown method, delivers 10 essential keys for succeeding in the Forex market, with charting methods and insights that will help you begin trading currencies immediately. The keys include coverage of balancing equity management, identifying trend reversals, and forecasting sideways movement and trading it.

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Rules of the trade : indispensable insights for active trading and online profits.
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ISBN: 0071450440 Year: 2002 Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill,

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Overview The concise, common-sense insights of a day trading pro Some traders spend thousands of dollars attending training seminars. If you don't have the time or resources for that, pick up Rules of the Trade instead. This reliable, no-nonsense guide distills the insights of several online trading experts into one short, quick, and easy-to-read book that not only lists the rules, but explains what the rules mean, why they're important-and the high costs of overlooking them even once. Packed with real-life examples to illustrate key points, this book- written by David S. Nassar, author of the bestseller How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading -- will teach you the basic rules of survival, help you preserve capital, learn the ropes, and go on to succeed in this lucrative but volatile profession. Table of contents Chapter 1: Preparing to Trade. Chapter 2: Rules for Trading. Chapter 3: Rules for the Active Trader. Chapter 4: Rules for Stock Selection. Chapter 5: Rules for Entering Trades. Chapter 6: Rules for Exiting Trades. Chapter 7: Rules for Hedging Risk. Chapter 8: Rules for the Technician. Chapter 9: Rules for the Evaluating Performance. Chapter 10: Rules for Technology and the Internet. Chapter 11: Rules for Money and Mind Management. Chapter 12: Interviews and Insights from the "One Percenters". Biographical note David S. Nassar is chairman and CEO of Market Wise Securities, Inc., and a pioneer in electronic trading. Seen on CNBC, NBC Nightly News, and CNN, and interviewed in numerous national publications including Business Week and Forbes, Nassar is the founder of a highly successful broker/dealer and and the author of the New York Times bestseller How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading. Back cover copy From the bestselling author of How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading Everything You Need to Know to Become a Confident, Knowledgeable Online Trader Successful traders know: The rules for profitably trading today's fast-moving stock markets are consistent And dynamic. Traders who don't follow these rules won't last long and may never know how close they were to true trading mastery­­if they had just known the rules. Rules of the Trade gives you the building blocks toward becoming a profitable, market-wise trader. This detailed examination­­written by acclaimed trader, trainer, and writer David S. Nassar­­shows what traders must do to succeed. Its market-proven rules will show you how to cut losses short and let profits run in every aspect of electronic trading, including: Entering and exiting trades Psychological discipline Stock selection Hedging risk Evaluating performance Utilizing technology and the Internet Money management High-stakes online trading requires discipline, knowledge, and a strict adherence to time-tested rules of trading and market behavior. Rules of the Trade tells you what those rules are, gives you the knowledge and instincts to use those rules perceptively, and shows you how to take full advantage of today's Volatile and turbulent stock markets­­history's greatest opportunity for individual investors to garner significant trading wealth. "(David S. Nassar) has done an excellent job assembling the key characteristics and attributes traders need that are often ignored." ­­William Lupien, Chairman, OptiMark Techologies, Inc.From the Foreword The online trading explosion is the first great wealth-building event of the twenty-first century. As today's ultravolatile markets generate one profit opportunity after another, savvy traders are learning how to consistently leverage substantial profits from every market­­whether going long in up markets, selling short in falling markets, or grinding out profits in sideways markets. But before you can succeed in this arena, you need a foundation in the rules­­both psychological and operational­­that separates the true professional trader from the pretender. In Rules of the Trade, David S. Nassar­­author of the bestselling How to Get Started in Electronic Day Trading and a highly profitable and active trader in his own right­­explains exactly what these rules are and why they are critical for everyone from beginning traders to experienced, seasoned market veterans. Concise, to the point, and packed with real-life examples of key rules in action, Rules of the Trade is the one book that traders must read­­and review daily­­to keep their instincts razor-sharp. All traders, regardless of their expertise or experience, will profit from detailed, insightful descriptions that include: Why the opening 15 minutes should be watched­­not traded Eight attributes of a tradable stock The importance of mentors Differences between acting and reacting­­and how to profit from each How to control greed and fear while maintaining an edge Three market stages that drive prices­­critical knowledge for sizing a trade Interviews and insights from the "one percenters"­­Five top traders share how they approach the Market Whether markets are bull, bear, or turbulent, one aspect remains clear­­many active traders are making a lot of money. Let Rules of the Trade show you how to join their ranks, and greatly increase your odds of profiting by every trade, while building confidence and limiting risk!

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Rationalisatietechnieken in de handel en de mogelijke gevolgen ervan
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Year: 1980 Publisher: [Brussel] BBTK

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Bulletin mensuel de la Chamnbre de Commerce Française de Bruxelles
Year: 1931 Publisher: Bruxelles Chambre de commerce française de Bruxelles

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Bulletin officiel (de la) Chambre de Commerce de Bruxelles
Year: 1884 Publisher: Bruxelles Chambre de Commerce de Bruxelles

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Sowjetwirtschaft und Aussenhandel
Year: 1922 Publisher: Berlin Handelsvertretung der UdSSR in Deutschland

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