Scientific Guide To Price Action and Pattern Trading: Wisdom of Trend, Cycle, and Fractal Wave

Front Cover, Jul 7, 2017 - Business & Economics - 468 pages
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In this book, we want to deliver you the strong message on how beneficial the Price Action and Pattern Trading is in comparison to the technical indicators used last few decades. This book heavily focuses on tradable patterns in the financial market. The patterns include Fibonacci patterns, Elliott Wave patterns, Harmonic patterns, and many other price patterns for your trading. We share useful insight behind the financial market dynamics and price patterns from our computerized research. We have put numerous trading strategies under five categories (i.e. five regularities) to make your life simpler. We present the systematic view on market dynamics and price patterns to improve your knowledge in your financial trading. Most importantly, this book will help you to understand trend, cycle, and fractal wave. You will learn how to attach them to your trading strategy. After this book, you will be able to use the wisdom of trend, cycle and fractal wave at your advantage for your trading. At the latter part of this book, we also provide some useful information towards your trading management. We provide practical knowledge on risk management and portfolio management. You might need the Peak Trough Analysis tool to follow some of the chapters in this book. You can freely download the Peak Trough Analysis tool from the Publisher’s website. Finally, reader should note that this book contains some strong technical language. We hope you to get the full benefits from many brand new knowledge introduced in this book for your financial trading.

Before reading this book, we recommend to read "Profitable Patterns in Forex and Stock Market" and "Guide to Precision Harmonic Pattern Trading" to get some prior knowledge in Price Action and Pattern Trading.


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Introduction to Five Regularities in the Financial Market
Introduction to Charting Techniques
The Five Regularities in the Financial Market
Equilibrium Process Trend
Wave Process Cycle
FractalWave Process
Equilibrium Wave Process Trend and Cycle 10 Equilibrium FractalWave Process Trend and Fractal
Using Equilibrium Fractal Wave Index to Select Your Trading Strategy
Price Action and Pattern Trading
Elliott Wave Trading
Triangle and Wedge
Portfolio Management
X3 Price Pattern for the Day Trader in the Financial Market
Pattern Notation with Name Structure and Ideal Ratios
Tutorial for Chart Patterns

AppendixEquilibrium Fractal Wave Derived Patterns
AppendixFractal Dimension Index for Financial Market
Algorithm and Prediction for Artificial Intelligence Time Series Forecasting

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About the author (2017)

Young Ho Seo is an Engineer, Financial Trader, and Quantitative Developer, working on Trading Science and Investment Engineering since 2011. He is the creator of many technical indicators, price patterns and trading strategies used in the financial market. He is also teaching the trading practice on how to use Support, Resistance, Fibonacci Analysis, Harmonic Pattern, Elliott Wave Theory, Chart Patterns, and Probability for Forex and Stock Market. His works include developing scientific trading principle and mathematical algorithm in the work of Benjamin Graham, Everette S. Gardner, Benoit Mandelbrot, Ralph Nelson Elliott, Harold M. Gartley, Richard Shabacker, William Delbert Gann and Richard Dennis. You can find his dedicated works on His life mission is to connect financial traders and scientific community for better understanding of this world and crowd behaviour in the financial market. He wrote many books and articles, which are helpful for understanding the technology and application behind data mining, statistics, time series forecasting, fractal science, econometrics, and artificial intelligence in the financial market.

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