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Wiley is the leading global publisher of trading books. With critically acclaimed and best-selling titles written by some of the world's top traders, our books provide all the information a trader needs to survive and prosper in any market.

With the first volume of The Wiley Trading Guide we brought together some of the finest traders in the world for the first time. Following the success of this book, we've done it again. The Wiley Trading Guide Volume II brings together 17 of ...

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Wiley Trading Guide

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Overview

Wiley is the leading global publisher of trading books. With critically acclaimed and best-selling titles written by some of the world's top traders, our books provide all the information a trader needs to survive and prosper in any market.

With the first volume of The Wiley Trading Guide we brought together some of the finest traders in the world for the first time. Following the success of this book, we've done it again. The Wiley Trading Guide Volume II brings together 17 of the most skilled and experienced traders in the world, to share their expert knowledge over a wide range of topics. The combined wisdom in this volume will set readers on the path to sustained profitability and trading success.

In all markets, traders require expert knowledge and guidance from those who have been there before and succeeded. This volume covers creating a trading plan, listening to—and acting on—what the market is telling you, refining your entry and exit techniques, taking your lead from company directors, profiting in the oil and silver markets, automating your trading, increasing profits through good position sizing, and much more. This authoritative guide will help you take your trading to the next level.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780730376897
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 11/9/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 16 MB
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About John Wiley & Sons
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
, has been in the business of publishing for more than 200 years. From its origin as a small print shop opened by Charles Wiley in New York City in 1807, the company has become a leading provider of must-have content and services to customers worldwide. Wiley publishes books to serve every level of trader, from introductory and reference materials for the new trader, to titles showcasing the latest research and techniques for established traders. Regardless of the financial market or instrument you are trading, Wiley has a book to help you on your journey.
Visit our website at www.wiley.com.
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Table of Contents

About the authors v

Preface xvii

1 Planning to succeed
Your journey from novice to great investor
Colin Nicholson 1

2 Market-conscious trading
Trade the market and not yourself
Chris Shea 25

3 The importance of position size
How to squeeze every possible advantage out of your current trading systems
Jeff Cartridge and Ashley Jessen 45

4 Success in the day trading game
Fact, fantasy or foolish dream?
Jacob Bernstein 71

5 Big profifi ts from small caps
How to find diamonds in the rough
David Hunt 83

6 Applied technical analysis in the oil markets
A key influence in price movements
Tom James 107

7 Riding the silver bull market
Investing and trading the precious metals
John Christian 133

8 Automated forex trading
Let your computer do the work
Keith Nielsen 151

9 Keeping a close eye on company directors
Profiting from those in the know
Delia Langdon 175

10 Understanding the implications of market context in technical chart patterns
Context is everything
Dr Chris Kacher and Gil Morales 199

11 An introduction to Barros Swings
Spotting real trend changes
Ray Barros 219

12 Extracting consistent profifi t via the Microswing Trend Capture Technique
The critical role of position allocation, money management and opportunity-based exposure in trend trading
Mark Andrew Lim 243

13 Pivot point analysis
Projecting support and resistance levels
John Person 267

14 The Tandem Method
A trading style using moving averages and trendlines
Regina Meani 287

15 Band trading
A profitable alternative to trend trading
Roger Kinsky 315

Index 337

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