Stock Market Edges Pdf ebook by Philip Reschke


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    Stock Market Edges A uantitative guide to developing winning trading strategies presents a solid source of infor

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    When it comes to books about stock market trading this is among the best I have read to dateStock Market Edges test 10 different patterns for statistical edges that can be exploited What I like very much is that expected slippage and commissions have been deducted from the test results which gives me confidence that what i

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    Very uick and productive read you can do it in 1 2 hours if you concentrate Essentially an extended white paper recording his results from backtesting of 10 technical indicators Pretty solid in terms of methodology; he talks about the difference between a set up and the actual buy trigger The main takeaway is that going long after

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    ExcellentThe author describes his research on identifying technical analysis edges to the stock market Many of the

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    Skimmed the book and read parts I thought I could benefit from Very complicated book to comprehend if you do not have an extremely high understanding of the stock market which I don’tyet

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    Gives the knowledge gotten by experienceIts very direct and well organized but if the reader gets bored easily its not for you But logic might help you if you don't want to read this

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    Stock Market Edges is one of the best and most practical stock market trading books that I have come across The author writes in an easy to understand language and takes the reader through his test of 10 different setups one step at

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    Valuable insights but not an entertaining read

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    The book is different from other trading books that I have read It offers a wealth of insight into what works and what does not The va

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    I am new to stock market trading and have learned a lot by reading this book I highly recommend it to anyone who's new to trading the stock market

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characters ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Philip Reschke

Stock Market Edges

Improve the precision accuracy and profitability of your stock market trading strategies by leveraging some of the many market edges that successful traders exploit every dayRead this book to learn how to• Improve the accuracy and profitability of your trading strategies by leveraging statistically proven market edges• The power of using at least one set up and one entry signal when developing trading strategies to tilt the odds in your favor• Conduct statistical tests to analyze whether your trading ideas has an edge over the overall market or not• Avoid some of the many mistakes that beginner traders do such as not taking trading costs into account when back. Very uick and productive read you can do it in 1 2 hours if you concentrate Essentially an extended white paper recording his results from backtesting of 10 technical indicators Pretty solid in terms of methodology he talks about the difference between a set up and the actual buy trigger The main takeaway is that going long after a short term dip eg four consecutive down days or big negative candle etc is consistently profitable than going long after the market has rallied eg four consecutive up days According to Reschke going long only after the market has fallen short term would also have kept one out during major declines such as in 2009 I d like to have seen explanation of this I can sort of see why but detail would be good since this is a critical point Also I assume his results are strong when in context of an overall uptrend eg one of the indicators he tests is ADX and going long when ADX is high 25 is consistently positive A few of the indicators he considers really test the same thing eg five day low is similar to four consecutive down days is similar to negative RSI One thing he could have tested was going short the market after it goes up vs going long the market after it goes down this would have added another dimension Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, recording his Homewrecker rallied eg four consecutive up days According to Reschke going long only after the market has fallen short term would also have kept one out during major declines such as in 2009 I d like to have seen explanation of this I can sort of see why but detail would be good since this is a critical point Also I assume his Make your own model forts & castles results are strong when in context of an overall uptrend eg one of the indicators he tests is ADX and going long when ADX is high 25 is consistently positive A few of the indicators he considers Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury really test the same thing eg five day low is similar to four consecutive down days is similar to negative RSI One thing he could have tested was going short the market after it goes up vs going long the market after it goes down this would have added another dimension

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Tional Index• The Volatility Index• Key reversal bars• 50 and 200 day moving averages• Advancing and declining issuesThe final chapter lays out a very consistent and profitable sample trading strategy built entirely on set ups outlined in the book to prove that the edges actually provide the trader with an advantageContrary to most other trading books expected slippage and commissions have been deducted from the test results for the SP 500 ETF and the NASDA 100 ETFAll market edges and trading strategies presented in Stock Market Edges can easily be implemented and executed in popular trading platforms such as MultiCharts TradeStation NinjaTrader and MetaTrader. The book is different from other trading books that I have read It offers a wealth of insight into what works and what does not The value provided in this book is absolutely eye opening I am very satisfied with what I have gotten out of Stock Market Edges Great book love it

characters ë eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Philip Reschke

Testing your strategiesForeword by Stan Bokov Chief Operating Officer at MultiChartsEvery market edge presented in Stock Market Edges is based on comprehensive statistical analyses and has been tested across seven different markets SP 500 ETF NASDA 100 ETF FTSE 100 Index German Stock Index DAX Hang Seng Index Nikkei 225 and the SP 500 Index over a period of than 14 yearsThe tests range from simple moving averages to various chart patterns and indices namely• Short term highs and short term lows• The Relative Strength Index• Consecutive up days and consecutive down days• Extreme up days and extreme down days• Daily up gaps and daily down gaps• Average Direc. ExcellentThe author describes his research on identifying technical analysis edges to the stock market Many of these are commonly used by technical analysts investors but the author tested them and provides the results He also describes briefly how the edges should be used as part of an overall trading system

  • iBooks textbook
  • 225
  • Stock Market Edges
  • Philip Reschke
  • English
  • 22 November 2019
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