Profit Strategies

Overview

Drawing on years of experience, Stendahl highlights the key elements for reducing risk and maximizing profits through portfolio management techniques. More than Just a guide to what size your next position should be, this booklet features ...- 3 simple evaluation methods to ensure consistent system performance - Using your portfolio to remove fear and greed from your system - Techniques to analyze risk/reward calculations - and improve your system - Combining systems to meet your trading objectives - Tips for ...
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Overview

Drawing on years of experience, Stendahl highlights the key elements for reducing risk and maximizing profits through portfolio management techniques. More than Just a guide to what size your next position should be, this booklet features ...- 3 simple evaluation methods to ensure consistent system performance - Using your portfolio to remove fear and greed from your system - Techniques to analyze risk/reward calculations - and improve your system - Combining systems to meet your trading objectives - Tips for matching your system to your level of capitalization - And many more methods for analyzing and improving your trading performance.Plus, examples, tables, charts, and a full resource guide to help you understand all the profit-packed concepts presented.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781883272302
  • Publisher: Marketplace Books, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/1/1999
  • Series: Trade Secrets Series
  • Pages: 116
  • Product dimensions: 0.28 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Introduction xv
Chapter 1 System Design 1
Trending vs. Non-Trending Markets 2
Crossover Methodology 5
Greed and Fear Description 6
System Development Process 7
Trading System Code 8
Chapter One Summary 9
Chapter 2 Robustness Analysis 11
Robustness Analysis 11
Optimization Pros and Cons 14
Cluster Analysis 14
Chapter Two Summary 16
Chapter 3 System Evaluation 17
Evaluation Process 19
Maximum Adverse Excursion 20
System Analysis Section 23
Total Trade Analysis 27
Drawdown Analysis 28
Run-up Analysis 28
Efficiency Analysis 29
Trading Summary 30
Winning (Losing) Trade Analysis 32
Equity Curve Analysis 33
Chapter Three Summary 33
Chapter 4 Money, Rish & Equity Management 35
Money Management Overview 36
Risk & Equity Management Overview 36
Money Management Warning 37
Long Deutsche Mark Trading System 38
Drawdown Support 38
Winning Series 40
Fixed Fraction 43
Short Deutsche Mark Trading System 48
Maximum Favorable Excursion 48
Drawdown Support (Short Side) 51
Optimal f 52
Secure f 57
Fixed Fraction (Short Side) 60
Chapter Four Summary 62
Chapter 5 Portfolio Analysis 65
Long and Short Deutsche Mark Portfolio 66
Portfolio with Applied Money Management 67
Chapter Five Summary 68
Conclusion: Stage Review 69
Appendix A 73
Trading Stability 73
Consecutive Trades 75
Trading Summary 77
About the Author 81
Trading Resources 83
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