Using Intra-Day Trading Tactics to Harness the Power of Today's Volatile Markets
Profit every day from market volatility at alllevels of the game The high-pace atmosphere of today's markets may appearoverwhelming, but the right trading systems and expert guidance can help you build winning habits--and Micro-Trend Trading for Daily Income gives you the expertise and tools you need to consistently earn outsized market gains. Written by the man Wall Street calls "Dr. Stoxx," this practical trading manual shows you how to harness the powerof volatility to bank daily profits. Microtrend trading takes you beyond the realm of common fundamental or technical analysis to find the hidden pockets of rationality, the "micro-trends," between the open and closeof daily trading. Carr's proven, quick-turn, 100 percent mechanical systems are easy to use and do not require sitting in front of the computer all day. You can trade onyour lunch break, you can trade the open or the afternoon session, you can even trade once a month and still make great income. And since most strategies in this book have you liquid by the closing bell, your day ends with your account gains posted--and your net worth heading skyward. Micro-Trend Trading for Daily Income shortens the learning curve and prepares you to think quickly and act decisively with insightful examples and case studies that illuminate Carr's time-tested strategies. With this reliable resource at your fingertips, you will have the confidence to take large positions and make huge returns ona day-to-day basis. Within days you'll be building wealth while tightly managing risk. Micro-Trend Trading for Daily Income is the one complete book that gives you the tools and knowledge you need to develop an arsenal of mechanical, profitable shortterm trading strategies that can earn you consistent profits--even in today's temperamental markets.
Dr. Thomas Carr, CEO of Befriend the Trend Trading, a stock picks and trader training service, has been actively involved in the markets since 1996, following several years of studying technical analysis. He holds a master's degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and master's and doctoral degrees from Oxford University.