Trading For Canadians For Dummies stresses the practice of position trading, conducting technical analysis on a company and its performance, and research methods that enable the trader to strategically select both an entry and exit point before a stock is even purchased. Adapted for Canadian readers, this edition discusses the Toronto Stock Exchange, brokerage options in Canada, and how Canadians can become certified traders. With Canadian examples and resources, this is the only guide to trading tailor-made for Canadians.You rarely come in contact with a buy-side analyst, because they work primarily for large institutional investment firms that manage mutual funds or private accounts. ... Youa#39;re most likely to hear from a buy-side analyst if you listen to analyst conference calls. ... Well, according to Spitzera#39;s charges, Blodgeta#39;s recommendations brought in $115 million in investment banking fees for Merrill Lynch, and Blodgetanbsp;...
|Title||:||Trading For Canadians For Dummies|
|Author||:||Michael Griffis, Lita Epstein, Christopher Cottier|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-03-23|