Breakthrough Trading: Revolutionary Thinking in Relative Analysis

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 31, 2012 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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Leon Wilson has been trading shares for a living for 11 years. He is a firm believer that to succeed in any business it is necessary to always be looking for a better way of doing things. Part of his trading approach is to question conventional wisdom and push the boundaries of accepted technical analysis theory. The contents of this fascinating new book reveal what Wilson believes to be a major breakthrough in technical analysis. He tests the edge that this new charting analysis can offer any serious trader -- and the results are astounding.

In what he believes to be a world-first, Wilson has succeeded in adapting common and popular indicators (including volume) to price action. Instead of viewing a non-price based indicator such as the relative strength indicator in a separate box at the bottom of the chart, Wilson explains how it can be plotted as a channel on price action -- creating the Wilson channel. Moving beyond default settings and combining the channels with various entry and exit strategies, Breakthrough Trading can dramatically improve your yearly returns.

 

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Contents

Introduction
Selective Testing
Adaptation of Indexes
The Emergence of Relative Adaptive
Applying theISIto Price Action Establishing a Benchmark Internal Strength
Bear Range Trailing StopPersonal Application
Summaries of Results Conclusions
Trailingstops and Price Channels
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Leon Wilson is a very successful private trader. Residing in Tasmania with his wife and two sons, he publishes a weekly trading newsletter www.wilsontechstats.com. Author of The Business of Share Trading and The Next Step to Share Trading Success, Leon also writes for Your Trading Edge and guppytraders.com.

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