Predict the future more accurately in today's difficult trading times
The Holy Grail of trading is knowing what the markets will do next. Technical analysis is the art of predicting the market based on tested systems. Some systems work well when markets are "trending," and some work well when they are "cycling," going neither up nor down, but sideways. In Trading with Signal Analysis, noted technical analyst John Ehlers applies his engineering expertise to develop techniques that predict the future more accurately in these times that are otherwise so difficult to trade. Since cycles and trends exist in every time horizon, these methods are useful even in the strongest bull--or bear--market.
John F. Ehlers (Goleta, CA) speaks internationally on the subject of cycles in the market and has expanded the scope of his contributions to technical analysis through the application of scientific digital signal processing techniques.
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Introduction to the Science of Digital Signal Analysis.
Measuring Cycle Periods.
The Sinewave Indicator.
The Instantaneous Trendline.
Identifying Market Modes.
Designing a Profitable Trading System.
Finite Impulse Response Filters.
Infinite Impulse Response Filters.
MAMA--The Mother of Adaptive Moving Averages.
Measuring Market Spectra.
Optimum Predictive Filters.
What You See Is What You Get.
Making Standard Indicators Adaptive.
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