Quantum Swing Trader (QST) is one of our most flexible stock trading methods. Designed for use with end-of-day trading, QST shows you how to choose only the highest-probability stocks and then make your trades in as little as 20 minutes a night. The QST method is taught over a series of “screen capture” videos delivered on 7 CD-ROMs and was inspired by Albert Einstein’s observation that, “Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” In addition to the CD-ROM lessons, you get two trading blueprints, a quick start guide, and a special “Trading for Beginners” manuals if you’re new to stock trading.
This comprehensive course is the ultimate in options training. Taped during one of Kenneth Trester's live training camps, this exhaustive course gives you all the knowledge you need to successfully compete with people who trade options professionally. Ken makes option trading extremely easy to understand. Ken has been trading options since 1972 and is a former computer science professor. Ken provides that rare combination of being a professional trader and having excellent teaching skills. You will enjoy his dynamic presentation as you learn how to generate spectacular profits in the options markets. Workbook sold separately.
Learn to trade options the powerful, “Pristine.com way” in this new video presentation. With proper training, any investor can safely add options to his investment arsenal. Now, Pristine.com provides proven guidelines that short-term (or incomegenerating) and longer-term (or wealth-building) investors can apply. Velez outlines 4 basic styles of option trading and the essential tactics common to winning option traders. Then, you’ll find specific methods for using charts to define price trends, recognize turning points and signal hot buy/sell opportunities.
This book collection is perfect for anyone either wanting to begin learning about trading and investing, or add a lot of quality books to their collection quickly on varied subjects and well known authors.
While trading may seem as easy as "buy low and sell high," the reality is far different. Ever-changing market trends can make for turbulent trading sessions, while lack of concentration can lead to costly mistakes.