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Introduction. Part I: So You Want to Be a Trader: Gathering Your Tools. Chapter 1: The Ups and Downs of Trading Stocks. Chapter 2: Exploring the Markets and the Stock Exchanges. Chapter 3: Going for Broke(r): Discovering Your Brokerage Options. Chapter 4: Putting Your Computer to Work: Your Key Business Tool. Part II: Reading the Fundamentals: Fundamental Analysis. Chapter 5: Fundamentals 101: Observing Market Behavior. Chapter 6: Digging Into the Critical Parts of Fundamental Analysis. Chapter 7: Listening to Analyst Calls. Part III: Reading the Charts: Technical Analysis. Chapter 8: Reading the Tea Leaves: Does Technical Analysis Work? Chapter 9: Reading Bar Charts Is Easy (Really). Chapter 10: Following Trends for Fun and Profit. Chapter 11: Calculating Indicators and Oscillators. Part IV: Developing Strategies for When to Buy and Sell Stocks. Chapter 12: Money Management Techniques: When to Hold 'em, When to Fold 'em. Chapter 13: Using Fundamental and Technical Analyses for Optimum Strategy. Chapter 14: Executing Your Trades. Chapter 15: Developing Your Own Powerful Trading System. Part V: Risk-Taker's Paradise. Chapter 16: The Basics of Swing Trading. Chapter 17: The Basics of Day Trading. Chapter 18: Doing It by Derivatives. Chapter 19: Going Foreign (Forex). Chapter 20: Trading for Others: Obtaining Trading Licenses and Certifications. Part VI: The Part of Tens. Chapter 21: Ten (Or More) Huge Trading Mistakes. Chapter 22: Top Ten Trading Survival Techniques. Index.
Michael Griffis , MBA, is an active stock broker. He writes extensively about investing and marketing, benefiting clients in the banking, and brokerage industries. Lita Epstein , MBA, has written more than 25 books to help readers understand the complex worlds of money and finance, including Bookkeeping For Dummies and Reading Financial Reports For Dummies .