Preface. About the Authors. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Let?s Rock and Roll: Why I Like the Global Beat. Chapter 2: Stepping to the Tune: Understanding How the Markets Work. Chapter 3: Gettin? in the Groove: How to Think Globally. Chapter 4: Land of the Rising Sun: The First Tunes Are Asian. Chapter 5: Land of the Long Siesta: Europe Joins the Party. Chapter 6: The United States Steals the Show. Chapter 7: Short-Term Strategies around the World. Chapter 8: Swing Trading Strategies across Time Zones. Chapter 9: Approaches to Long-Term Trading. Chapter 10: Golden Keys to Unlocking the Secrets of the Financial Markets. Chapter 11: Managing Risk in Global Markets. Chapter 12: Consistency, Consistency, Consistency. Chapter 13: Preparing for the Trading Day. Chapter 14: Mind Over Matter: Breaking through the Psychological Barriers. Chapter 15: You Still Have Time to Sleep. Chapter 16: So You Want to Be a Trader: Profile of a Winner. Chapter 17: Wrapping It Up. Index.
Thomas L. Busby has been a professional trader and broker for twenty-five years, working with Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney. He is a member of both the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade. Since Busby founded the Day Trading Institute in 1996, it has grown into one of the most successful trading schools in the world. After enormous success early in his career, Busby lost almost everything in the 1987 stock market crash. Following that experience, he developed a low-risk, short-term trading method that consistently generates profits and is the basis of the Day Trading Institute curriculum. Busby is also the author of Winning the Day Trading Game (Wiley). Patsy Busby Dow is an attorney, trader, and former educator. She is currently employed by the Day Trading Institute as a staff writer.