TRADERS’ RESOURCE: BOOKS
Editor, I am interested in trading actively (daytrading) as my
career. Toward this goal, I have read several books —
Beating The Dow by Michael B. O’Higgins; Your Guide To
Trading On The Web by David L. Brown and Kassandra
Bentley; Fire Your Broker And Trade Online by Jonathan R.
Aspatore; How To Get Started In Electronic Day Trading by
David S. Nassar — and so much has impressed me and met
my interest. I recently discovered your magazine; I think it will
be very helpful in studying daytrading. I have two questions I
hope you will help me with:
1 Books to read to further my education in daytrading;
2 A good electronic direct-access trading broker that I can
use in Canada.
TONY SHIN Ottawa, Canada
Sounds like you’re off to a good start with your daytrading education. For more books, look to
the listing found in this issue in our Traders’ Resource. This month’s featured category is books.
You can also explore what other books these publishers and distributors dealing in books on
investing have to offer. As for a brokerage, we don’t know what the rules are for trading from
Canada. We suggest checking with individual direct-access brokers for this type of service.
You’ll find some listed in the Advertising Index toward the back of each issue of S&C, and we
reviewed several in STOCKS & COMMODITIES in the past year: PreferredTrade (June 2000),
CyBerCorp.com (September 2000), TradeCast (October 2000). Look also in our 2001 Bonus
Issue, due out at year-end, for our Readers’ Choice Awards, which includes a category for
online brokerages, including direct-access brokers. Follow up by using the provided contact