Just a Trade a Day

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction v
 
Chapter 1 In a Nutshell 1
 
What I'm Going to Tell You 1
 
The Market Profile 2
 
The Point of Control 3
 
The Virgin Point of Control 3
 
The Jardine Range 4
 
The Universal Chart 4
 
What I Told You 5
 
Part 1 The Basics of Market Profiling 7
 
Chapter 2 The Market Profile 9
 
Measuring the Market Profile with a Price Histogram Chart 10
 
Lines in the Sand 13
 
Conjecture Lines 15
 
Fibonacci as a conjecture Line 16
 
The Best Line in the Sand 18
 
Profiles of the Profiles 20
 
Chapter 3 The Virgin Point of Control 29
 
Those Lines in the Sand 29
 
Strength in Numbers 31
 
POC as a Price Attractor 33
 
VPC as an Even Stronger Price Attractor 33
 
Market Memory is Only So Long 37
 
Chapter 4 The Jardine Range 43
 
What Goes Up 44
 
Natural and Potential 45
 
Back to Newton 47
 
Objectivity is Your Friend, Subjectivity Your Enemy 47
 
Part 2 The Universal System 51
 
Chapter 5 Getting In: The Oscillator 53
 
Those Squiggly Lines 53
 
The Great Oscillator Debate 56
 
The Stochastic 56
 
The Great Settings Debate 57
 
So What's the Use? 58
 
Using Multiple Time Frames 59
 
My Settings-the Holy Grail (Not) 59
 
Objective Requirements to Generate the "Buy" and "Sell" Signals 62
 
Executing a Buy or Sell Signal 64
 
Chapter 6 Getting Out: Average Range 69
 
Quick Review of Our Goal 69
 
Catching the First Wave 71
 
What Next? 73
 
Profit Protection 73
 
Do the Research 77
 
Optimizing Your Target 77
 
Chapter 7 Jardine Range and the Universal Chart 83
 
About Those Profiles 83
 
Chart 1 Jardine Range 85
 
Chart 2 The "Uni" 86
 
Blogging the Trades 92
 
Part 3 Putting Theory to Practice 99
 
Chapter 8 Trade Types 101
 
Type 1 Standard Keltner Exit 101
 
Type 2 Keltner Exit with Fibonacci Extension 102
 
Type 3 Counter Market 107
 
Missed Trades 108
 
Chapter 9 The Hard Part 111
 
Those Pesky Stops 111
 
Price-Based Stops 112
 
Market-Based Stops 113
 
Natural Stops 113
 
Lesson: Worst Case Scenario 114
 
A Word about Cash Management 118
 
Preparing to Lose-and to Win 119
 
Chapter 10 Back to Fibonacci: Jardine Trimesters 121
 
Trading Resource Guide 127
 
Appendix A Building Blocks 129
 
Market Structure Low (MSL) 130
 
Market Structure High (MSH) 133
 
Reversal Patterns 134
 
Appendix B Fibonacci review 137
 
Leonardo and His Rabbits 138
 
The Golden Mean 139
 
More on the Mean 140
 
Using Fibonacci to Forecast Waves 143
 
Appendix C 500-Day Trade Summary 147
 
Glossary 151
 
Recommended Reading 157

Just a Trade a Day

Simple Ways to Profit from Predictable Market Moves

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Erscheinungsdatum

26.10.2010

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John Wiley & Sons

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162

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23,1/15,5/2 cm

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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26.10.2010

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John Wiley & Sons

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162

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23,1/15,5/2 cm

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417 g

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1. Auflage

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Englisch

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978-1-59280-442-9

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  • Just a Trade a Day
  • Introduction v
     
    Chapter 1 In a Nutshell 1
     
    What I'm Going to Tell You 1
     
    The Market Profile 2
     
    The Point of Control 3
     
    The Virgin Point of Control 3
     
    The Jardine Range 4
     
    The Universal Chart 4
     
    What I Told You 5
     
    Part 1 The Basics of Market Profiling 7
     
    Chapter 2 The Market Profile 9
     
    Measuring the Market Profile with a Price Histogram Chart 10
     
    Lines in the Sand 13
     
    Conjecture Lines 15
     
    Fibonacci as a conjecture Line 16
     
    The Best Line in the Sand 18
     
    Profiles of the Profiles 20
     
    Chapter 3 The Virgin Point of Control 29
     
    Those Lines in the Sand 29
     
    Strength in Numbers 31
     
    POC as a Price Attractor 33
     
    VPC as an Even Stronger Price Attractor 33
     
    Market Memory is Only So Long 37
     
    Chapter 4 The Jardine Range 43
     
    What Goes Up 44
     
    Natural and Potential 45
     
    Back to Newton 47
     
    Objectivity is Your Friend, Subjectivity Your Enemy 47
     
    Part 2 The Universal System 51
     
    Chapter 5 Getting In: The Oscillator 53
     
    Those Squiggly Lines 53
     
    The Great Oscillator Debate 56
     
    The Stochastic 56
     
    The Great Settings Debate 57
     
    So What's the Use? 58
     
    Using Multiple Time Frames 59
     
    My Settings-the Holy Grail (Not) 59
     
    Objective Requirements to Generate the "Buy" and "Sell" Signals 62
     
    Executing a Buy or Sell Signal 64
     
    Chapter 6 Getting Out: Average Range 69
     
    Quick Review of Our Goal 69
     
    Catching the First Wave 71
     
    What Next? 73
     
    Profit Protection 73
     
    Do the Research 77
     
    Optimizing Your Target 77
     
    Chapter 7 Jardine Range and the Universal Chart 83
     
    About Those Profiles 83
     
    Chart 1 Jardine Range 85
     
    Chart 2 The "Uni" 86
     
    Blogging the Trades 92
     
    Part 3 Putting Theory to Practice 99
     
    Chapter 8 Trade Types 101
     
    Type 1 Standard Keltner Exit 101
     
    Type 2 Keltner Exit with Fibonacci Extension 102
     
    Type 3 Counter Market 107
     
    Missed Trades 108
     
    Chapter 9 The Hard Part 111
     
    Those Pesky Stops 111
     
    Price-Based Stops 112
     
    Market-Based Stops 113
     
    Natural Stops 113
     
    Lesson: Worst Case Scenario 114
     
    A Word about Cash Management 118
     
    Preparing to Lose-and to Win 119
     
    Chapter 10 Back to Fibonacci: Jardine Trimesters 121
     
    Trading Resource Guide 127
     
    Appendix A Building Blocks 129
     
    Market Structure Low (MSL) 130
     
    Market Structure High (MSH) 133
     
    Reversal Patterns 134
     
    Appendix B Fibonacci review 137
     
    Leonardo and His Rabbits 138
     
    The Golden Mean 139
     
    More on the Mean 140
     
    Using Fibonacci to Forecast Waves 143
     
    Appendix C 500-Day Trade Summary 147
     
    Glossary 151
     
    Recommended Reading 157