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How to Day Trade for a Living: A Beginner's Guide to Trading Tools and Tactics, Money Management, Discipline and Trading Psychology by [Andrew Aziz]

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Less than one year before it hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, Andrew Aziz moved to Vancouver, Canada, rolled up his sleeves, worked hard, earned a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and went to work as a research scientist. Like so many others, as the economy faltered, Andrew heard those dreaded words, "you're no longer needed". Now what? With the same drive and determination that led to his success at university and with industry, Andrew started studying the stock market. How can someone sitting at home, in front of their computer, beat Wall Street at its own game? In How to Day Trade for a Living, Andrew shares how you too can take control over your life and have success in day trading on the stock market. You need the right tools and you need to be motivated, to work hard, and to persevere, but, if you do, you too can be a successful day trader. Andrew knows the markets, underlined, and has a special knack for methodically making what appears to be complicated to be easy to understand. This latest edition of his book sets out in easy to understand language all that you will need to know to launch yourself into day trading on the stock market. This book is definitely NOT a difficult, technical, hard to understand, complicated and complex guide to the stock market. It's concise. It's practical. It's written for everyone by a gifted teacher with a passion to help others take control back over their lives. And, as a purchaser of this book, you will also receive at no cost and with no obligation a membership in Andrew's community of day traders at www.vancouver-traders.com. You can monitor Andrew's screen in real time, watch Andrew trade the strategies explained in his book, and ask questions of Andrew and other traders in their private chat room. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

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  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 49843 KB
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  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 384 pages
  • Page numbers source ISBN ‏ : ‎ B08VCJ8KV4
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Andrew Aziz is a Canadian trader, investor, official Forbes Business Council member, and #1 best-selling author. He has ranked as one of the top 100 authors in the "Business and Finance" category of Amazon for more than 5 consecutive years (2016-2022). His books in finance and trading have been published thus far in 10 different languages.

In 2016, Andrew founded Bear Bull Traders (www.BearBullTraders.com), an online community of independent traders that offers its members a complete program of learning that takes them through every step of the trading process, with a particular emphasis on strategy development. The trading courses offered are based on the strategies discussed in Andrew's various books and his other award-winning resources.

In 2021, Investopedia ranked Andrew Aziz and Bear Bull Traders as the "Best Day Trading Course of the Year", with a special notation that they are the only community that retains clinical psychologists and performance coaches on staff in order to help their traders improve on the very critical aspect of psychology of trading.

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By Michael Mitchell on February 25, 2022
After reading 2 of Andrew Aziz’s books, I see a pattern of him borrowing other people’s material.

FIRST:
I have read a book called “How to Swing Trade” by Brian Pezim. Andrew Aziz wrote the preface to Pezim’s book, and then borrowed a lot of material from it. See the picture I posted that compares Chapter 2 of Pezim’s book to Chapter 2 of Aziz’s book.

SECOND:
The other book I read by Andrew Aziz was “Mastering Trading Psychology.” In that book, Aziz copies-and-pastes what people in his trading group posted. He puts their posts in the book word-for-word, and that constitutes the majority of the book. In my opinion, he didn't write that book, those people did. He simply organized their posts and put them in a book.

If you ask me, I think “How to Swing Trade” by Brian Pezim is better than this book. If you're going to buy one, buy “How to Swing Trade” by Brian Pezim.

You can also see my other reviews if you’re looking for good trading books.
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