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  • verb Alternative form of day trade.


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  • Meanwhile one thing that has not been reported is that this freebie should not be seen as a license to day-trade.

    Free Trading Vanguard's Shotguns

  • If they believe they can day-trade their way to an income that can compete with federal salaries, by all means they should: no one is forcing them to stay.

    Paul Jenkins: Shameful Bankers: Time for a Revolution

  • As many as 5 million Americans trade online, but the riskiest subculture is inhabited by 20,000 or so who day-trade full time.

    Rolling The Dice With A Click Of The Mouse

  • People who never would have joined the distributed conversation of the Internet have signed on in droves, lured by strange and often hyperinflated marketing campaigns; a generation of kids logged in and got skilled in the strange, packet-switching arts; my grandmother's boyfriend got a computer and learned to use it so that he could day-trade.

    Boing Boing: January 6, 2002 - January 12, 2002 Archives

  • Barring some ability to day-trade or create a computer trading algorithm, it's outrageously hard to consistently capture the market's tiny moves. - Software Industry News

  • If all of the money is trying to extract every last penny from short-term news, that may well mean that there is time-period arbitrage by focusing on the long-term, recognizing that you are not going to day-trade in a manner superior to that of the hedge funds. - Top Stories

  • To day-trade stocks, a minimum $25,000 trading account is required.


  • "If you're a trader, the stock's up 10 percent, almost 11 percent -- why not day-trade this?"


  • If the motto of the original day-trade boom was, "If the pros can do it, so can we," the motto today is, "We can't do much worse than the pros."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Indian rupee inched up on Friday as a firm start to the domestic sharemarket helped bring some capital inflows, and the dollar weakened against major banks and exporters towards the end of the day-trade. - Business News


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