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Trade like a hedge fund : 20 successful uncorrelated strategies & techniques to winning profits / James Altucher.

By: Altucher, James.
Series: Wiley trading series. Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2004Description: xii, 224 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471484857 (hbk).Subject(s): Stocks | Hedging (Finance) | Hedge funds | Speculation | Index mutual funds | Stock exchanges | Profit | InvestmentsDDC classification: 332.6
Contents:
The bread and butter trade--playing gaps -- How to play the QQQ-SPY spread using unilateral pairs trading -- Buying bankruptcies -- Using the TICK -- Playing the bands -- Stocks less than $5 -- The slow turtle -- The QQQ crash system -- The relative Fed model (and other fun things you can do with yields) -- Deletions from the indixes -- Everything you wanted to know about the 200-day moving average but were afraid to ask -- End of quarter, end of month, outside month -- Ten Percent down--panic 101 -- Taking advantage of option expiration day -- Extreme convertible arbitrage -- Intraday bollinger bands -- All good things come in fours ("4" is a magic number) -- The Wednesday reversal -- What does not work?
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-219) and index.

The bread and butter trade--playing gaps -- How to play the QQQ-SPY spread using unilateral pairs trading -- Buying bankruptcies -- Using the TICK -- Playing the bands -- Stocks less than $5 -- The slow turtle -- The QQQ crash system -- The relative Fed model (and other fun things you can do with yields) -- Deletions from the indixes -- Everything you wanted to know about the 200-day moving average but were afraid to ask -- End of quarter, end of month, outside month -- Ten Percent down--panic 101 -- Taking advantage of option expiration day -- Extreme convertible arbitrage -- Intraday bollinger bands -- All good things come in fours ("4" is a magic number) -- The Wednesday reversal -- What does not work?