Prominent Women Traders Share Free Advice in New Ebook from Marketplace Books

December 02, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Eight prominent women traders have contributed to a new electronic book (ebook) entitled, High Profits in High Heels: Secrets from Today’s Top Women Traders. The contributors, Raghee Horner, Toni Turner, Carolyn Boroden, Toni Hansen, Jean Folger, Kathy Lien, Marilyn McDonald, and Barbara Rockefeller, are some of the best known traders, authors, speakers, and educators in the finance/investing world today.

Topics in the ebook are as wide-ranging as the contributors: there is discussion of systems trading, Forex, Fibonacci, psychology, chart patterns, time frames, and technical analysis for the active lifestyle. These women are considered among the elite in the trading community, and their articles touch upon all the different aspects of their successes.

Available as a free download, Marketplace Books hopes that the ebook exposes more and more people to the joys and profits available through active trading. The publisher, who has been dealing with the trading industry since the early 90s, has also remarked that the ebook highlights an important transition: that gender has been essentially rendered inconsequential when it comes to making money in the markets.

With the ease of electronic trading platforms, large numbers of women worldwide are joining the ranks of men who trade stocks, currencies, commodities, and options for a living. Technology has leveled the playing field for all retail traders, and for women especially. More than ever, women are taking control of their finances and reaching out for education on how to make their money work for them.

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About Marketplace Books: Based in Columbia, Maryland, Marketplace Books has been serving the needs of investors, financial advisors, and professional traders since 1995, often partnering with key industry players in the investment world.

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