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So You Want To Be A Day Trader?

Day traders have it easy. By easy, we mean they make easy money just by clicking a few buttons on their computer screen. The difficult part, however, is the analysis that comes along with day trading. Due to the complexities of being a trader, and the quick buck that someone with enough smarts can make out of it, day trading is often described as the “the most difficult way to make an easy living.
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