The stock market can present you with a lot of hot stocks every day. Some of them are extremely risky while others are not as good as they seem. When you know how to identify and approach the best momentum stock opportuntites, you are able to generate a consistent and respectable amount of money in a very short period of time.
Professional Stock Trading
by Mark R. Conway, Aaron N. Behle
Book Description: Learn the art and science of trading systems from professional speculators. The authors share powerful long and short trading strategies that span all time frames, including over one hundred annotated charts with commentary and rationale. The book contains a complete implementation of a professional trading platform, including dozens of TradeStation strategies, indicators, and functions. Further, advanced trading techniques such as pair trading and float trading are explained. These systems are integrated into a fully automated framework for position sizing and trade management.
Stock Patterns for Day Trading 2
Advanced Techniques (Stock Patterns for Day Trading)
by Barry Rudd
Book Description: Mr. Rudd's first book, Stock Patterns for Day Trading, was a runaway best-seller that was exceptionally well received by thousands of traders. This sequel provides much new information, and strategies covered in the first book. Included are alternate entry points, counter trend trading techniques, an elaboration of the discussion on profit targets and price objectives, a filtering process to select the best trades, and a discussion of the psychology of successful trading.
Expectations Investing: Reading Stock Prices for Better Returns
by Alfred Rappaport, Michael J. Mauboussin
Book Description: About 75 percent of active investors consistently deliver returns below those of passive index funds. Why? In part, it's because proven methods for valuing assets are too complex to apply-causing investors to rely on commonly used benchmarks such as current earnings and price-earnings multiples that simply don't reflect how the market prices stocks.
Now, leading valuation experts Alfred Rappaport and Michael J. Mauboussin argue that the secret to beating the market stands in plain sight.
Great Companies, Great Charts: Effective Stock Trading Techniques To Beat The Markets
by Andy Dunn
Book Description: Author Andy Dunn outlines his systematic approach to investing in a format that will appeal to both the novice and the advanced. Those familiar with Dunn's writing will be pleased to see that none his trademark wit and obsession with detail have been left out. Rather than give advice based on subjective opinions, Dunn removes the guesswork by providing a strategy based on facts and hard data. The reader can take charge of his investments by learning what to buy, when to buy, and when to sell, all at their own comfort level.
Lessons from the Greatest Stock Traders of All Time
by John Boik
Book Description: Over the course of a century, in every type of economy and market, five traders wrote and perfected the rules for successful stock trading. Lessons from the Greatest Stock Traders of All Time examines these amazing traders and their careers, and reveals how you can use their remarkably similar skills, disciplines, and trading rules to improve your performance in today's high-risk, high-reward markets.
How To Make Money In Stocks
by William J. O'Neil
Book Description: Like his international bestselling 24 Essential Lessons for Investment Success, which stayed on international business bestseller lists for close to 6 months in 2000, How to Make Money in Stocks is the best reference for the individual investor in how to stay afloat and ahead in the rocky and volatile equities markets of the 21st century.