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Four Steps to Trading Success: Using Everyday Indicators to Achieve Extraordinary Profits

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Four Steps to Trading Success: Using Everyday Indicators to Achieve Extraordinary Profits

John F. Clayburg

ISBN: 978-0-471-21799-2 January 2002 320 Pages

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Everything a trader needs to know to develop a successfulsystem
Technical analysis--the reading of price and volume charts toidentify trading opportunities--has long been a staple in thetrader's toolkit. Well before computers took much of the labor outof technical analysis, traders have examined trends, filters,patterns, and especially indicators to help them identify when toget in and out of trades for maximum profit. Now, a highlyexperienced analyst divulges his proven techniques for identifyingthe major trend, determining the "trend within the trend," findingthe optimal entry, and then choosing the right time to get out. Heshows traders how to most effectively use multiple indicators andknow what they are really telling about the markets. While histechniques can be used without the aid of computers, he explainshow readers can automate their systems using commercially availablesoftware.
John F. Clayburg (Coon Rapids, IL) is a technical analyst with overtwenty years in the game. He is the developer of the Cylone S &P Day Trading System and the author and developer of Parallel UserFunction Technology, a unique self-adaptive trading softwareplatform.
Dedication.

Acknowledgements.

Preface.

Introduction.

Day Trading Methods and Philosophies.

Why Traders Lose.

People, Prices, Personalities and Probabilities.

The Concept of Trend Exhaustion.

Conventional Use of Online Indicators.

Use of Multiple Indicator Sensitivity Settings.

Market Defined Support and Resistance Categories.

Use of Support and Resistance in Actual Trading.

Combining Dual Signals, Support and Resistance.

Directional Day Filter.

Trading Dual Oscillators with Directional Day Filter.

Putting It All Together.

Directional Day Filter Breakout System.

Using an Automated System.

Using Online Charting Services.

Other Indicators and Systems.

TradeStation Code.