Ever fancied making a living working just a few hours a day from the comfort of your own home? Day trading offers just such an opportunity, but beware: there are risks involved too.
In this quick-read, professional day trader Harvey Walsh offers essential advice for any trader and would-be trader. The book comprises two reports:
Bigger Winning Trades, More Often: Markets are complicated, but trading them can be, and should be, simple. Harvey explains that there are just three things you need to know if you want to make consistent profits from day trading.
Seven Deadly Sins of Trading: Having taught literally thousands of people, Harvey has seen first hand the mistakes that traders make. He’s identified seven of the most prevalent pitfalls, and now he’s sharing them with you, along with actions you can take to make sure you avoid them.
Whether you’re thinking of getting started in trading, or if you already trade, the advice in these reports will help you be a better, more profitable trader. It doesn’t matter if your chosen investments are stocks, equities, futures, options, or forex, the concepts covered apply equally to all markets.
It’s intriguing how much information is passed down in this awesome book I’m impressed55
5 months in & I’m just hungry to get better this is a beautiful place to be I see progress every step I go55
Not a lot of information on trading. Rather more like a pep talk and a plug for his other books.15
Good ideas, and just opened a perspective that different then other55
If you like books where the author gives no information, says “there’s a simple answer, but I won’t talk about it”, and tells you to go buy their book, then this is perfect for you! Guaranteed waste of time!15
This book is great for covering the basics of the stock market. As well as developing the mindset to trade and avoiding basic mistakes that prevent you from being consistently profitable.55
Its a good book it has some misspelled words here and there, but overall learned a few things about day trading.45
Not any secrets given here; just an intro book on why you should buy his trading book; therefore, don’t waist your time and read it, just begin to read his real trading book35
Author talks to the point. No complicated jargon used. Must read for someone who is just starting out or a novice trader.45
The book was a very easy read and was straight forward about day trading. The seven deadly sins of trading were great advice on what not to do. Thank you for writing this!55