Technical Analysis Tools: Creating a Profitable Trading System (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, May 13, 2010 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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Most investors know that highly profitable trading methods employ a number of technical analysis tools. Unfortunately, choosing the right ones is easier said than done.

In Technical Analysis Tools, professional trader Mark Tinghino cuts through the clutter. First, he demystifies the essential technical approaches such as chart patterns, indicators, Market Profile, and Elliott Wave. He also introduces a new instrument of his own: the cyclical model, which helps identify trend reversals. Next, he provides techniques that turn the tools into trading programs. Those techniques include how to time buying and selling, how to account for the effect of fundamental analysis on technical analysis, and how to use spreads to effectively manage risk.

Real-world examples, objective analyses of how successful investors implement their own trading systems, and dozens of charts and graphs make Technical Analysis Tools exceptionally clear and practical.

  

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Contents

Part Two Putting It All Together
179
Appendix A Commonly Used Technical Indicators
233
Appendix B Futures Products with High Daily Volume
249
Appendix C Educational Resources
269
Appendix D Trading Reports and Other Forms of News Service
271
Appendix E Software Products
275
Index
285
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About the author (2010)

Mark Tinghino is a commodity trading adviser (CTA). He has taught numerous online seminars on technical analysis at the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He contributed chapters to Tricks of the Active Trader by Neal Weintraub and has written articles for Futures magazine and TradeSOURCE magazine. Tinghino has spent decades developing a unique model for market timing, which uses a combination of several hundred separate cycles. Visit www.tinghino.net for information on his newsletter and ongoing research.

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