The Encyclopedia of Trading Strategies is for traders who want to take the next step to consistently profitable trading. The authors--themselves seasoned veterans of the futures trading arena--pinpoint the trading methods and strategies that have been shown to produce market-beating returns. Their rigorous and systematic backtesting of each method, using the same sets of markets and analytic techniques, provides a scientific, system-based approach to system development...to help you assemble the trading system that will put you on the road to becoming a more consistently profitable trader.
"This book gives futures and options traders hundreds of innovative ways to take profits out of the market and gain an edge on every trade." Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities Magazine 20000601
Preface. Part One: Tools of the Trade. Chapter 1: Data. Chapter 2: Simulators. Chapter 3: Optimizers and Optimazation. Chapter 4: Statistics. Part Two: The Study of Entries. Chapter 5: Breakout Models. Chapter 6: Moving-Average Models. Chapter 7: Oscillator-Based Entries. Chapter 8: Seasonality. Chapter 9: Lunar and Solar Rhythms. Chapter 10: Cycle-Based Entries. Chapter 11: Neural Networks. Chapter 12: Genetic Algorithms. Part Three: The Study of Exits. Chapter 13: The Standard Exit Strategy. Chapter 14: Improvements on the Standard Exit. Chapter 15: Adding Artificial Intelligence to Exits. Conclusion. Notice. Appendix. Index.
Series: McGraw-Hill Trader's Edge Series
Number Of Pages: 376
Published: 29th February 2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.4 x 18.6
Weight (kg): 0.92
Edition Number: 1