The New Sell and Sell Short

How To Take Profits, Cut Losses, and Benefit From Price Declines

Author: Alexander Elder

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 368

View: 923

A detailed look at one of the most underestimated aspects of trading-selling In The New Sell and Sell Short, Second Edition, Dr. Alexander Elder explains how to exit a stock at the right time and how to initiate a short position to profit from a stock that is showing weakness. Often overlooked, selling properly enables a trader to cut losses and maximize profits. Moreover, short selling in a weak market can generate big profits and should be a part of every trader's arsenal of tools. The new edition contains numerous examples of short selling stocks from the 2008-2009 bear market, demonstrating very clearly why traders do themselves a disservice by only focusing on the long side. In addition, the new edition contains an extensive study guide to help readers master the material prior to trading. Elder shares real-world examples that show how to manage your positions by adjusting your exit points as a trade unfolds. Contains new examples and insights from the 2008-2009 market meltdown Includes an extensive study guide with 115 questions and answers and 17 chart studies Discusses the selling process from a variety of angles: technical, fundamental, and psychological Explains how to maximize winnings in a profitable trade and how to minimize losses when a trade doesn't go as planned Offers detailed guidance for traders of stocks, financial futures, commodities, and currencies Explains how to set profit targets and stop-loss orders prior to entering any trade Other bestselling titles by Elder: Trading for a Living, Come Into My Trading Room, and Entries and Exits Understanding where and when to sell is essential to successful trading. The New Sell and Sell Short, Second Edition is the definitive reference to this overlooked, but vitally important, aspect of trading.

Sell and Sell Short

Author: Alexander Elder

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 250

View: 982

The Art of Short Selling

Author: Kathryn F. Staley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 304

View: 489

A one-of-a-kind book that shows you how to cash in on the latestinvesting trend--short selling "The Art of Short Selling is the best description of this difficulttechnique."--John Train, Train, Thomas, Smith Investment Counsel,and author of The New Money Masters "Kathryn Staley has done a masterful job explaining the highlyspecialized art of short selling. Her approach to telling the truestories of famous investment 'scams' will keep the readerspellbound, while teaching the investor many cruciallessons."--David W. Tice, Portfolio Manager, Prudent BearFund "Selling short is still a misunderstood discipline, but even themost raging bull needs to know this valuable technique to masterthe ever-changing markets."--Jim Rogers, author, InvestmentBiker On the investment playing field, there is perhaps no game moreexciting than short selling. With the right moves, it can yieldhigh returns; one misstep, however, can have disastrousconsequences. Despite the risk, a growing number of players areanteing up, sparked in part by success stories such as that ofGeorge Soros and the billions he netted by short selling theBritish pound. In The Art of Short Selling, Kathryn Staley, anexpert in the field, examines the essentials of this importantinvestment vehicle, providing a comprehensive game plan with whichyou can effectively play--and win--the short selling game. Whether used as a means of hedging bets, decreasing the volatilityof total returns, or improving returns, short selling must behandled with care--and with the right know-how. As Staley pointsout, "Short selling is not for the faint of heart. If a stock movesagainst the position holder, the effect on a portfolio and networth can be devastating. Investors need to understand the impacton their accounts as well as the consequences of getting bought inbefore they indulge in short selling." The Art of Short Sellingguides you--clearly and concisely--through the ins and outs of thishigh-risk, high-stakes game. The first--and most important--move in selling short is to identifyflaws in a business before its share prices drop. To help youtackle this key step, Staley shows you how to evaluate companyfinancial statements and balance sheets, make sense of returnratios, detect inconsistencies in inventory, and analyze thestatement of cash flows. Through real-world examples thatillustrate the shorting of bubble, high multiple growth, and themestocks, you'll proceed step by step through the complete processand learn to carry out all the essentials for a successful shortsell, including quantifying the risk factor and orchestratingcorrect timing, as well as implementing advanced valuationtechniques to execute the sell/buy. Packed with landmark, cutting-edge examples, up-to-the-minuteguidelines, and pertinent regulations, The Art of Short Selling isa timely and comprehensive reference that arms you with thenecessary tools to make a prepared and confident entrance onto theshort selling playing field.

Short Selling

Strategies, Risks, and Rewards

Author: Frank J. Fabozzi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

View: 934

The latest theoretical and empirical evidence on short selling inthe United States and throughout the world To get the most success out of what the finance community regardsas a risky business, short sellers need high-level information. TheTheory and Practice of Short Selling offers managers and investorsthe information they need to maximize and enhance their shortselling capabilities for bigger profits. Frank Fabozzi collects agroup of market experts who share their knowledge on everythingfrom the basics to the complex in the world of short sales,including mechanics of short selling, the empirical evidence onshort-selling, the implications or restrictions on short sellingfor investment strategies, short-selling strategies pursued byinstitutional investors, and identifying short-sellingcandidates. Frank J. Fabozzi, PhD, CFA (New Hope, PA), is the Frederick FrankAdjunct Professor of Finance at Yale University's School ofManagement and Editor of the Journal of Portfolio Management. He isthe author or editor of over 100 books on finance and investing.

Playing the Short Game: How to Market and Sell Short Fiction

Author: Douglas Smith

Publisher: Lucky Bat Books

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 210

View: 584

Take your first step to becoming a professional short fiction writer—Buy this book! In an engaging and conversational style, award-winning author Douglas Smith teaches you how to market and sell short stories—and much, much more. Even experienced writers will find value here as Smith takes you from your first sale to using your stories to build a writing career. CONTENTS: The Fundamentals: The different types of writers. The benefits of short fiction. Rights and licensing. Selling Your Stories: Knowing when it's ready. Choosing markets. Submitting stories. Avoiding mistakes. How editors select stories. Dealing with rejections. When to give up on a story. After a Sale: Contracts. Working with editors. What your first sale means. Dealing with reviews. A Writer's Magic Bakery: Selling reprints. Foreign markets. Audio markets. Selling a collection. The indie option. Becoming Established: Leveraging your stories. Discoverability and promotion. Career progression in short fiction. With an introduction by multi-award winning writer and editor, Kristine Kathryn Rusch. "We short story writers have needed a book like this for decades. ... It’s spectacular." —Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Award-winning Author & Editor “If you are the least bit interested in having a career as a fiction writer then I can tell you what to read: Douglas Smith’s Playing the Short Game: How to Market & Sell Short Fiction. From now on this is my go-to book for all things related to starting and maintaining my fiction writing career.” —Filip Wiltgren, The Guide to a Professional Writing Career

The New Trading for a Living

Psychology, Discipline, Trading Tools and Systems, Risk Control, Trade Management

Author: Alexander Elder

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 304

View: 796

"Updates a modern classic, popular worldwide among both private and institutional traders. This revised and expanded book brings time-tested concepts in gear with today's fast-moving markets, adding new studies and techniques for the modern trader"--Back of jacket.

National Best-Selling Short Stories

Author: Michele W. Campanelli

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

View: 110

A collection of short stories previously published in some of the hottest selling short story anthology books in America's history.

The New Investor's Toolbox

Using the Right Tools to Fine Tune Your Financial Future

Author: Henry Harington

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 254

View: 687

The New Investor's Toolbox contains a range of financial tools that put you in control of your investment strategy. There are tools that allow you to be cautious and protect your wealth. Other tools can be used to help you improve the performance of your portfolio. Whether you want to manage your own investments more effectively or deal with your financial adviser on an equal basis because you understand his gobbledegook, this book will be one of your soundest investments.

How to Write and Sell Great Short Stories

Author: Linda M. James

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 202

View: 927

How to create characters who are more real than your family and friends? How to make these characters speak with their own dialogue, not yours? How to create vivid locations that readers can actually see? How to create such intriguing plots that readers are desperate to carry on reading? How to be really creative with words? You don't? Then you need to buy this invaluable book. It will not only teach you fascinating story-telling techniques, but how to market your polished short stories once they are written so that they sell worldwide!