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A fresh investment approach to an ever-changing market In this unique and engaging treatise on the art and science of speculation, expert S. A. Johnston combines the profitable elements of banking, bookmaking, and gambling-three other ways of making money with money-with trading, to provide readers with a fresh new approach to trading the market. Written by a trader for a trader, Trading Options to Win gives readers a framework for using logical analysis to uncover profitable opportunities that they would otherwise miss. Johnston develops a speculative method that traders can use to consistently find and manage profitable trades. He then backs his talk up by detailing three months worth of trades using his successful method. For investors looking to move beyond the realms of technical and fundamental analysis, Trading Options will be the guide of choice. S. A. Johnston is a systems analyst and designer by profession. His company, Software Systems, specializes in inventory optimization and control systems for business. Under the tutelage of Fredric B. Fitch and Richmond Thomason, he became the first graduate of Yale to receive a BA in logic.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780471226857
ISBN-10: 0471226858
Format: Hardback
(241mm x 165mm x 25mm)
Pages: 306
Imprint: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Publish Date: 4-Jul-2003
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - S. A. Johnston

S.A. JOHNSTON is a systems analyst and designer by profession. His company, Software & Systems, specializes in inventory optimization and control systems for business. Johnston attended Yale, operating a part-time sports book and appearing on quiz programs to earn tuition. In 1972, under the tutelage of Fredric B. Fitch and Richmond Thomason, he became the first graduate of Yale to receive a BA in formal logic. In 1992, after observing the collapse of the ERM, the unfortunate forerunner of the Euro, he became interested in the analysis of risk and began formulating the beginnings of a methodical and risk-controlled approach to trading in the markets.