Chipping: The New Stock Market Method for Surviving Turbulence and Hitting a Hole-in-One
Investors have lost a great deal of money for two reason: market turbulence and their belief in investing dogma promulgated by Wall Street such as the buy-and-hold idea. Chipping was written by a noted professor of finance at Northeastern University. It offers a new approach to stock trading that upsets old dogma and which offers investors an opportunity to act in a manner similar to the specialist at the New York Stock Exchange.
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