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A veteran financial journalist, Mark Ingebretsen is a former blogger for James Cramers TheStreet.com and the Online Wall Street Journal. As editor at large for Online Investor magazine, he extensively covered the individual-investor revolution and why the Internet boom turned parabolic before going bust.
Hes also extensively familiar with the latest tech trends, having been a long-time ... Read more on Mark Ingebretsen
"A critical insight that emerges from the book is that, as the author says, 'an average intelligent person can indeed succeed at trading'. By the end, you'll be be persuaded of this too - and much better armed to be one of them." - Traders Magazine
"An excellent successor to Jack Schwager's 'Market Wizards'. I highly recommend it to anyone serious about trading and investing." - Zhiwu Chen, Professor of Finance, Yale University School of Management
"Mark Ingebretsen subtly debunks the worst day-trading stereotypes. The stories offer real-life lessons that any trader can profit from." - Jamie Heller, Editor-at-large, TheStreet.com
"Invaluable reading for anyone who considers making money in the stock market a priority." - Kris Skrinak, General Manager, ClearStation.com
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As well Arabian revolution and cats that look like Hitler, the internet has given birth to widespread day trading.
It?s come in two phases. Firstly, thanks to zippy 56k net connections, traders in ...