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Electronic Swing Trading for Maximum Profit: Discover the Professional Trading Strategy that Combines Day Trading with Long-Term Investing Techniques

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Are you an active investor who holds stocks overnight or for a few weeks or months? If you trade actively without going “flat” each day, then you’re a swing trader—part of the growing number of investors and traders who buy and sell on momentum, trends, and short-term price movements.

Today’s serious swing trader needs more than a beginner’s guide to electronic stock trading. Electronic Swing Trading for Maximum Profit gives you the advanced skills, discipl… More >>

Electronic Swing Trading for Maximum Profit: Discover the Professional Trading Strategy that Combines Day Trading with Long-Term Investing Techniques

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5 Responses to “Electronic Swing Trading for Maximum Profit: Discover the Professional Trading Strategy that Combines Day Trading with Long-Term Investing Techniques”
  1. Anonymous says:

    Now that I am retired I would like to day or swing trade.Both of Dr.Sarkovich’s books have helped me tremendously to understand the difference between the two.The technical analysis is very clear and easy to comprehend,even for a novice.I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in trading.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I bought this book specifically because I thought from the title that it would be about swing trading, and in particular Gann’s method of swing trading (since he was the one who coined the phrase), so I was terribly disappointed after reading it to discover that it made no mention of Gann, nor any mention of the method of swing trading. Sure it mentions the word “swing” a lot, but nowhere in the book does it actually tell you about the method of swing trading itself.

    The book is no more than a general introduction to the whole business of trading, which as a previous reviewer noted, information such as this can be gained from any of 100 sources. And if its an introduction you want, you’re better off getting John J. Murphy’s “Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets”.

    The “Buy Used and New from $5.99″ says it all…

    sorry, this book is not what it says it is.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Anonymous says:

    Iam looking for a good book and this one is a real waste of money. First 12 chapters are very general. If you want a hardcore book on swing trading this not the one for you.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I bought this book some years ago and I still love it. It was the first book that I bought on trading and I did not appreciate how good it was until I started buying and checking out regular investing books at the library. You know the kind of lame books like Susan Orman’s book 9 steps to financial freedom. The kind of book that’s all fluff and no substance other than the same advice that my grandfather had told me (use your home equity, lower your expenses, balance your portfolio, ect, ect.). Most investing books are all about personal finance and not investing. As well, most trading books that I have read or looked at are more about market mechanics than actual case studies or trades themselves. Also, Dr. Sarkovich does not waste your time or money on stories from his past to fill up his book. You will not find chapters here about how trading was at a desk somewhere back in the day. Why? Because he has spent the time telling you what you need to know to start trading, not his past life in the field.

    That review on here about the book being for beginners really chaps my hide. It says right on the friggen cover “From Beginner to Advanced Trading”. And that is exactly what I need. Heck, I still read it from time to time because I am still learning how to do this correctly and not lose money at it. I practically need to memorize this book since I look at it so much. I have post it notes sticking out of about 30 pages of it right now. And its so easy to find what I need when I need it. I mean the sections are , How to trade, When to trade, What to trade, and in those sections is all the info and explanations about what you are seeing on the screen (level 1 and 2 info, trade order and execution, candlestick charting, charting patterns, moving averages, Bollinger bands, market measures and volume, and much more).

    What I needed at the time was a book that would explain to me everything going on the screen when I had my scottrade account opened, and that is exactly what this book did for me. I could just sit there, make theoretical trades, and watch what happens, then go back to the book, read some, and then get that ha-ha moment when I finally figured out what was going on. This was possible because unlike many other books, this one tells you what things are going to look like when moves happen. Other books just give a brief basic description of how the screens work, this one goes the next step and tells you what things will look like when something happens.

    One other review complained that it is more about day trading than swing trading. Once again, man, read the darn cover. It says, “Day-trading with long term techniques”. What do you think Swing Trading is anyway? That reviewer is an idiot in my opinion for that remark. If you want to learn trading then read this book. However, if you want to learn investing then go read Graham and Dodds “Security Analysis.”

    PS. I bought it back when it was 40 bucks + tax. It’s a steal today.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Anonymous says:

    One of the best on the subject I have read… and I have read a lot. I particually enjoyed his charting and mathmatical explorations. Very good analysis on the importance and uses of MACD, EMA, and Bollinger Bands. This book took my trading to a new level.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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