ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TRADING AND FORECASTING WITH TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
Award-winning author Cynthia Kase, CMT, MFTA — engineer, veteran energy trader, and one of the world's preeminent market technicians — captures her 30+ years of experience in thirteen half-hour sessions for more than six in-depth hours on technical analysis essentials. The video describes key techniques for interpreting market behavior and developing a technical approach to trading, while the workbook provides practice exercises that reinforce the concepts learned as Kase guides viewers through the various methodologies and their real-life applications to successful market interactions.
EARN CONSISTENT INCOME WITH A SMART WEEKLY OPTIONS STRATEGY
This clear, practical guide to earning consistent income from trading options concentrates on the process of consistently profiting from weekly option serials by utilizing a series of simple trades. These ideas and techniques allow active individual traders and investors to generate regular income while mitigating risk. Readers will learn the fundamental mechanisms that drive weekly options, the market forces that affect them, and the analysis techniques that help them manage trades.
Select and execute the best trades — and reduce risk
Rather than teaching options from a financial perspective, How to Price and Trade Options: Identify, Analyze, and Execute the Best Trade Probabilities goes back to the Nobel Prize-winning Black-Scholes model. Written by well-known options expert Al Sherbin, it looks at the basis for probability theory in option trading and explains how to put the odds in your favor when trading options. Inside, you'll discover how anyone can "operate their own casino" if they know how through proper option strategies. Plus, a supplemental website includes videos that walk you through various probability scenarios, pre-formatted spreadsheets, and code.
Leave the old paradigm behind and start safeguarding your portfolio
Short Selling with the O'Neil Disciples is a guide to optimizing investment performance by employing the unique strategies put forth by William O'Neil. The authors traded these strategies with real money, then refined them to reflect changing markets and conditions to arrive at a globally-relevant short-selling strategy that helps investors realize maximum profit. Readers will learn how short selling recognizes the life-cycle paradigm arising from an economic system that thrives on 'creative destruction,' and has been mischaracterized as an evil enterprise when it is simply a single component in smart investing and money management.