day trader


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day trader

n.
A speculator who buys and sells securities on the basis of small short-term price movements.

day trading n.
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Daytrader
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How will this impact the wealth of the area; the profit margins of developers, insurers, and reinsurers; and the decisions made by those who invest in such activities, including the day trader who owns an expensive beach house?
Investors) have to battle the fear and greed,'' said Christopher Worsh, a professional day trader and editor of Day Trading It, a daily stock picking newsletter.
The 72-year-old financier has been churning chief executives with the gusto of a day trader flipping shares.
Synopsis: This straightforward guide provides the head start and heads up necessary to thrive as an Internet day trader.
Without wishing to sound like an anthropologist, the day trader was a familiar sight in pubs, offices and anywhere when three or more gathered to celebrate the word, and the word was shares.
A day trader is a person that trades for his own account.
The club recently formed a short-term trading committee in addition to the investment group and stock market committee to spot trends in the market and quickly capitalize on them, similar to the job of a day trader (See "Life of a Day Trader," July 1999).
The distinction may have a significant financial effect for today's Internet day trader.
While Hind is traveling throughout Asia, he will continue to offer comprehensive online day trader training that will give his students around the world the same kind of lifestyle flexibility by teaching them what it takes to become independent day traders.
a lot of hype,'' said Christopher Worsh, a professional day trader and editor of Day Trading It, a daily stock picking newsletter.
First, the act permits the day trader to use mark to market accounting for his or her security portfolio.
A day trader is an individual who buys and sells securities all day for a living.