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New Frontiers in Technical Analysis Effective Tools and Strategies for Trading and Investing

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ISBN-10: 1576603768

ISBN-13: 9781576603765

Edition: 2011

Authors: Paul Ciana

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An engaging overview of today's most effective technical analysis tools and techniques Technical analysis helps market players predict the price behavior of a stock, commodity, or other financial instrument, giving clues about the course your trade may take in the coming weeks and months. This approach to the markets has proven itself time and again, and now, with Bloomberg on Technical Analysis, you'll discover how to put it to use in your everyday trading endeavors. Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, Bloomberg on Technical Analysis pulls together the expertise of market professionals, analytics from Bloomberg, and the knowledge of the author himself, an experienced technical…    
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Book details

List price: $90.00
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/27/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 352
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Evidence of the Most Popular Technical Indicators
Defining Technical Analysis
Defining Chart Types
Evidence of Chart Type Popularity
Evidence of Technical Indicator Popularity
Applying the Most Popular Technical Indicators
Everything Is Relative Strength Is Everything
"This Time It's Different"
What Is Comparative Relative Strength?
The JdK RS-Ratio and JdK RS-Momentum
Relative Rotation Graphs
Applying Seasonality and Erlanger Studies
Testing for a Valid Seasonal Cycle
Applying Cycles as a Strategy
Monitoring Seasonal Data
Erlanger Studies: The Art of the Squeeze Play
Kase StatWare� and Studies: Adding Precision to Trading and Investing
Introduction to KaseSwing
Kase DevStops
Kase Momentum Divergence Algorithm
Kase PeakOscillator and KaseCD
Why Use KasePO and KaseCD?
Kase Permission Stochastic and Screen
Entering Trades and the Kase Easy Entry System
About the Kase Easy Entry System
Trading with Kase StatWare
Kase Bar Chart (Equal TrueRange Bar Chart)
Rules-Based Trading and Market Analysis Using Simplified Market Profile
Technical Analysis Is Simple in Theory�Difficult in Practice
Rules-Based Trading: Automated Strategy Trading versus Discretionary Trading
Balance versus Imbalance: Distinguishing the Two Phases of Market Activity
There Are Only Three Market Segments: Nontrending, Uptrending, and Downtrending
Four Market Participants�and Then a Fifth...
Market Profile
Market Movement: The Four Steps of Market Activity
Market Structure
The Relative Speed of the Market's Building-Block Components
Vertical Nondevelopment ("Minus Development")
Simplifying Market Profile
Rules-Based Trading and Analysis with TAS PRO Navigator
TAS PRO Indicator Application Examples
Advanced Trading Methods
From the CBOT to the Charts
Trading by Gut Feeling
Understanding the Background of an Opportunity
They Say Entry Is Easy, but Not in My Book
Trade When the Odds Are in Your Favor
Don't Fight the Trend
Trade Location Is Key to Long-term Success
Adjusting to Volatility
Anticipating What Needs to Happen
Using Time as Part of Your Risk Management
Learning to Control Your Emotions
The Hardest Part of Any Strategy Is the Exit
Putting It All Together: Two Examples
PickingUp the Right Tools
Recommended Reading
About the Authors