Have you ever dreamed of making it big as a Day Trader? If you’re one of us who thinks its as easy as turning on your computer and placing a few trades each day, you might want to listen to this episode: Day Trading for Dummies with Author – Ann Logue.
The Business of Day Trading
I had the wonderful pleasure of interviewing Ann Logue, author of Day Trading for Dummies. She has written several other books and I’m hoping to spend a lot more time with Annie in future episodes. Ann Logue is a teacher, a wife, a mom, and a person who loves technology and business. And, Annie Logue is a CFA who has written several great books about investing – including Day Trading for Dummies. For my friends who are Certified Financial Planner® professionals, I think I can speak for our community – we love CFA’s because they handle the backroom technical stuff!
From Day Trading to Networking
If there is one thing that Ann Logue would stress to college students, it’s that life is just plain weird. She said students need to go out there, take advantage of opportunities, meet new people and try new things, because one never knows what’s going to happen. “When we talk about networking, it seems like a mechanical thing,” said Ann Logue. “I will go to this party and meet this guy, and he will offer me a job – but its not really like that. I’m a big believer in networking and it’s really worked out for me but it’s really random.”
“You just don’t know, it’s weird who’s out there.”
Day Trading for Dummies on Kindle
I purchased my kindle version of Day Trading for Dummies at Amazon. Day Trading for Dummies is also available in paperback. When I first read Day Trading for Dummies, I had already invested thousands of dollars in workshops and training. I wish I would have started my Day Trading career with Ann Logue. Day Trading for Dummies can help you avoid some of the painful lessons I learned the hard way.
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Thank you, Annie! It was a lot of fun to meet you on my #Podcast. I look forward to the next time we meet!