Adaptive Analysis for Australian Stocks: Creating Opportunity from Price Action

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Most share traders try to find a system that is right most of the time. As a result, they spend their time alternating between being a marginal winner and a marginal loser, and searching for more superior systems. Successful trader and author Nick Radge argues that it does not matter which indicator, time frame or software package is superior - they are nothing but tools. What does matter is minimising your losses and maximising your profits.

In Adaptive Analysis for Australian Stocks, Radge explains how to use price action to make the most of your winning trades and, importantly, to quickly recognise a losing trade and exit your position. Radge breaks down and provides new insight into common market theory, including Elliott wave theory, micro patterns, risk management and exit strategies. This theory is then applied to the price action of Australian stocks, always with the same focus - making more when you win and losing less when you lose.

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Nick Radge has been trading and investing since 1985, and has worked for global investment banks in Sydney, London and Singapore.  He is an ex-Director at Macquarie Bank and ran his own hedge fund. More recently he has been appointed the Vice President of the Australian Technical Analysis Association. He is also the author of The Chartist an online advisory and research website designed for Australian traders and investors. He provides extensive personal consulting on trading and investment plans, computer modeling, technical analysis and other areas required by Australian and international clients. Today he resides in Noosa, Queensland, Australia with his family and actively trades CFDs.

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