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Forex Wave Theory: A Technical Analysis for Spot and Futures Currency Traders
21 October 2010

Forex Wave Theory: A Technical Analysis for Spot and Futures Currency Traders


Forex Wave Theory: A Technical Analysis for Spot and Futures Currency Traders
English | 2008 | 241 pages | PDF | 6 MB

The purpose of this book is to provide spot and futures currency traders with an innovative approach to the technical analysis of price fluctuations in the foreign exchange markets. Financial markets move in waves.These waves, in turn, form business cycles that are components of even larger cycles
Jim Wyckoff - Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups
10 May 2011

Jim Wyckoff - Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups

Jim Wyckoff Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups
4 Videos (FLVs) | English | 567.32 MB
Genre: Investing / Trading / Stocks

This is a recorded presentation by Jim Wyckoff, Senior Analyst, TraderPlanet where he discusses technical analysis, futures and trade setups.
Jim Wyckoff - Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups
15 May 2011

Jim Wyckoff - Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups

Jim Wyckoff Technical Analysis, Futures and Trade Setups
4 Videos (FLVs) | English | 567.32 MB
Genre: Investing / Trading / Stocks

This is a recorded presentation by Jim Wyckoff, Senior Analyst, TraderPlanet where he discusses technical analysis, futures and trade setups.
Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets
28 September 2010

Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets


Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets by James Chen


Wiley | 2010 | ISBN: 0470537299 | 304 pages | PDF | 15 MB



Comprehensive, accessible guide to technical analysis and market trading strategies
Essentials of Technical Analysis for Financial Markets is an all-encompassing handbook on navigating the financial markets successfully using technical analysis. Clearly written, easy-to-understand, and straightforward, this guide focuses on the key information needed by traders and investors to take on any financial market effectively.
The Economic Function of Futures Markets
25 July 2012

The Economic Function of Futures Markets
The Economic Function of Futures Markets
Cambridge University Press | 1989 | ISBN: 0511571844 | 268 pages | PDF | 5 Mb
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This book offers an explanation of why commodity processors and dealers use futures markets. It argues that they use futures contracts as part of an implicit method of borrowing and lending commodities, contrary to the accepted view of dealers averse to the fluctuating value of their inventories wanting insurance against price risk.
Rational Expectations and Efficiency in Futures Markets
17 January 2011

Rational Expectations and Efficiency in Futures Markets

Rational Expectations and Efficiency in Futures Markets

1991 | 240 | ISBN: 0415023432 | CHM | 1 Mb

Futures markets frequently hinge upon the expectations of traders and the ability of people operating within them to make maximum use of all available information. The rational expectations hypothesis has emerged as the most powerful analytical tool for examining the formation and consequences of expectations in economic activity. It therefore has a particular bearing on the study of futures markets. Rational Expectations and Efficiency in Futures Markets compares and contrasts rational expectations with the efficient market hypothesis. While some economists have been unable to draw any meaningful distinction between the two approaches, most have agreed that they should be considered separately. Since both are concerned with exploiting information to the fullest capacity, they both face similar problems. ...
Intermarket Technical Analysis: Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and Currency Markets
7 March 2013

Intermarket Technical Analysis: Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and Currency Markets
Intermarket Technical Analysis: Trading Strategies for the Global Stock, Bond, Commodity, and Currency Markets By John J. Murphy
English | ISBN: 0471524336 | edition 1991 | PDF | 282 pages | 7 mb


Trying to trade stock, bond, commodity and currency markets without intermarket awareness is like trying to drive a car without looking out the side and rear windows—very dangerous. In this guide to intermarket analysis, the author uses years of experience in technical analysis plus extensive charts to clearly demonstrate the interrelationshps that exist among the various market sectors and their importance. You'll learn how to use activity in surrounding markets in the same way that most people employ traditional technical indicators for directional clues. Shows the analyst how to focus outward, rather than inward, to provide a more rational understanding of technical forces at work in the marketplace.
The Day Trader's Guide to Technical Analysis: How to Use Chart Patterns, Level II and Time of Sales to Profit in Electronic Markets
17 January 2011

The Day Trader's Guide to Technical Analysis: How to Use Chart Patterns, Level II and Time of Sales to Profit in Electronic Markets

The Day Trader's Guide to Technical Analysis: How to Use Chart Patterns, Level II and Time of Sales to Profit in Electronic Markets

2000 | 274 | ISBN: 0071359796 | CHM | 1 Mb

Technical analysis' the analysis of price, volume, and supply/demand imbalance has been a staple of serious traders for decades. Now, The Day Trader's Guide to Technical Analysis shows traders already familiar with charts and charting how the well-known, time-honored rules of technical analysis can help uncover tremendous profit opportunities in today's fast-action, wide-open electronic day trading environment. Trading professional Chris Lewis illustrates his methods through a week of sample trades, explaining what wins, what loses, and why. ...
Timing Techniques for Commodity Futures Markets
6 December 2010

Timing Techniques for Commodity Futures Markets

Timing Techniques for Commodity Futures Markets
English | Publisher: McGraw-Hill | ISBN-10: 0071496017 | 352 Pages | PDF | 65.78 MB


In just a few years, futures trading has grown from a specialized area to a major sector that is attracting pension funds, hedge funds, and other capital pools. Technological advances have led to increased globalization and around-the-clock trading, which has generated huge volumes that can be traded at minimal cost.
In Timing Techniques for Commodity Futures Markets, expert stocks and futures advisor Colin Alexander explains how to make money in all market conditions. He shows you how to set up monthly and weekly charts with indicators that determine which markets may be worth trading. Then he shows daily and intraday charts tell you when to pull the trigger and get into a trade and stay until market action generates an exit signal.
Technical Analysis: Using Multiple Timeframes by Brian Shannon
23 March 2011

Technical Analysis: Using Multiple Timeframes by Brian Shannon
Technical Analysis: Using Multiple Timeframes by Brian Shannon
Flash video | English | FLV, MP4 | 640 x 436 | AVC ~141 kbps | 14.93 fps | AAC 63.1 kbps | 44.1 KHz | 2 channels | 4.44 GB
Genre: Elearning

Brian Shannon is an experienced and successful trader, speaker and educator. Involved full time in the markets since 1991, he has worked as a broker, owned a day trading firm, managed a hedge fund, ran a proprietary trading desk while simultaneously being most profitable trader of that prop firm. As Head of Research and Training for MarketWise, Brian taught thousands of trader's world-wide. Brian's work has been published or written about in Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities, Barron's, Active Trader, Stock Futures and Options Magazine, and hundreds of online sites.