Technical analysis - charts, oscillators, price and volume - is an important part of every direct access trader's arsenal. Understanding the basics of technical analysis allows a trader to more effectively trade his or her strategy, thus increasing the probability of success. Whether a trader is active on a daily basis trading many times a day or a longer term position trader, many aspects of technical analysis can provide valuable insight into the future movements of a stock price. "Technical Analysis" introduces the reader to the basic charts, screens and analysis used by direct access traders to determine when to enter and exit trades. Technical analysis is not as difficult as it is sometimes made out to be. For the direct access trader, it is more important to be familiar with the basic analytic techniques as well as how technical and fundamental analysis can be combined. This book shows the reader how to combine technical and fundamental analysis as well as finding the right combination of the two that fit a trader's particular trading strategy. "Technical Analysis" covers in detail the most frequently used and most important analytic systems, including: price, volume and volatility; support and resistance; relative strength and trends; and fundamental analysis. In addition the author discusses how to set up technical analysis tools and indicators on a trading screen for ease of use. The book also dedicates a chapter to deciding which charts to use, when and why. This is the sixth in a planned six-book series on making the transition from online trading to direct access trading.
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How to Use the Time-Tested Principles of Technical Analysis to Improve the Success of Your Direct Access Trading Program
To succeed, direct access traders must foresee near-term market movements with precision andusing the Nasdaq level II screenact quickly to profit from those movements. In addition, savvy E-DAT traders are using technical analysis to identify which stocks are poised to move, determine the probable direction of the movements, and capture the subsequent profit opportunities.
Technical Analysis for Direct Access Trading explains how to use the charts, screens, and strategies of technical analysis to point out the profits hidden in regular market patterns. Analyses, examples, and "frequently asked questions" provide insights on topics including:
The Direct Access Traders Series shows you how to harness the power of today's financial technologieswhether you make 2 trades per year or 2000. Other books in the series include:
"Understanding the financial markets is not out of the reach of anyone who is willing to spend some time and effort learning about where their money is going. All it takes to be a good investor is the willingness to take responsibility for one's decisions, and the patience to learn and understand the alternatives available."
From Chapter 1
Electronic direct access trading (E-DAT) is all about taking responsibility for one's own investment decisions. Technical Analysis for Direct Access Trading takes that idea one step further. It shows you how E-DAT professionals are using long-practiced methods of technical analysisfrom the trends and phases of Dow Theory to the recurring patterns of Elliot Wave Theoryto analyze recent events, predict future movements in specific stocks, and markedly increase their ratios of winning trades.
Today's tumultuous market is ideal for combining the scientific precision of technical analysis with the technological advantages of direct access trading. Technical Analysis for the Direct Access Trader provides detailed explanations and examples of technical analysis in action to help you:
Technical Analysis for Direct Access Trading introduces you to the basic technical charts, screens, and strategies that can indicate which stocks are poised to climband when, and why. Written in plain English to be accessible to virtually every direct access trader, it explains how to fine-tune a direct access trading program that blends the best of technical and fundamental trading strategies into a comprehensive, marketwise trading programand profit more effectively from the turbulence of today's new-economy financial markets.About the Author:
Rafael Romeu teaches economics and banking at the University of Maryland in addition to his research on global equity and foreign exchange markets. Previously, he worked in the management of private sector pension funds.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071363939
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0071363939
Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110071363939