Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional / Edition 1

Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional / Edition 1

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by Constance Brown, Ed Jones
     
 

ISBN-10: 0070120625

ISBN-13: 9780070120624

Pub. Date: 03/31/1999

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

"There are fifteen major breakthroughs in technical analysis! SEVEN of these breakthroughs are new, never-before-revealed material!" - George Lane, Stochastics Originator. As professional traders approach the 21st century, accelerating technological change threatens to make conventional technical studies and indicators ineffective. To compete in this changing

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"There are fifteen major breakthroughs in technical analysis! SEVEN of these breakthroughs are new, never-before-revealed material!" - George Lane, Stochastics Originator. As professional traders approach the 21st century, accelerating technological change threatens to make conventional technical studies and indicators ineffective. To compete in this changing environment, these professionals need radical new uses and combinations of indicators and formulas to keep their competitive edge. Not a primer for the novice, TECHNICAL ANALYSIS FOR THE TRADING PROFESSIONAL resets the scales, arming today's professional trader with new, unique, and never-before-seen formulas and uses of key market indicators and techniques.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070120624
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
03/31/1999
Series:
McGraw-Hill Trader's Edge Series
Pages:
341
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 9.60(h) x 0.97(d)

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Pt. 1Dispelling Some Common Beliefs about Indicators1
Ch. 1Oscillators Do Not Travel between 0 and 1003
Ch. 2Dominant Trading Cycles Are Not Time Symmetrical19
Ch. 3Choosing and Adjusting Period Setup for Oscillators31
Ch. 4Dominant Trend Lines Are Not Always from Extreme Price Highs or Lows47
Ch. 5Signals from Moving Averages Are Frequently Absent in Real-Time Charts65
Pt. 2Calculating Market Price Objectives83
Ch. 6Adjusting Traditional Fibonacci Projections for Higher-Probability Targets85
Ch. 7Price Projections by Reverse-Engineering Indicators107
Ch. 8Price Objectives Derived from Positive and Negative Reversals in RSI121
Ch. 9Calculating Price and Time Objectives from a Gann Wheel143
Ch. 10Using Oscillators with the Elliott Wave Principle161
Pt. 3New Methods for Improving Indicator Timing and Filtering Premature Signals237
Ch. 11Volatility Bands on Oscillators239
Ch. 12The Composite Index251
Ch. 13Evaluating the Comparative Strengths and Weaknesses of Common Indicators263
Ch. 14The Derivative Oscillator289
App. AReal-Time Application: Japanese Yen311
App. BReal-Time Application: Asian and European Equity Indices315
App. CReal-Time Application: S&P/Bond Market321
App. DFormulas329
App. EAerodynamic Fund, Ltd. and Aerodynamic Fund L.P.335
Index337

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