Learn how to translate the qlanguageq of volume! Mark Leibovit, a leading market strategist and technical analyst with more than 35 years of trading experience, possesses a solid track record of predicting important movements in the financial marketaincluding Black Monday of 1987, the bear markets of 2000 and 2008, and the aflash crasha of May 2010. Now, with The Traderas Book of Volume, his secrets are yours! Focusing exclusively on volume technical analysis, The Traderas Book of Volume describes the basics of volume, explains how to use it to identify and assess the strength of trade-worthy trends, and provides in-depth techniques and strategies for trading volume indicators for profit. With more than 400 charts and graphs, The Traderas Book of Volume also exhaustively illustrates how readers can profit from a wide array of volume indicators, including: Broad Market Volume IndicatorsaCumulative Volume Index, ARMS Index, Upside-Downside Volume, Nasdaq/ NYSE Volume Ratio, Yo-Yo Indicator Volume IndicatorsaAccumulation/ Distribution, Intraday Intensity, Negative Volume Index, On-Balance Volume, Open Interest Volume OscillatorsaKlinger Oscillator, Chaikin Money Flow, Ease of Movement, Volume Oscillator Leibovit Volume Reversal IndicatorTM, the authoras proprietary methodology Under the authoras expert guidance, you can seamlessly incorporate Volume Analysis into your day-to-day trading program. Without a proper approach to Volume Analysis, Leibovit asserts, youare essentially trading in the aland of the blind.a Use The Traderas Book of Volume to gain the clearest view possible of market trends and react to them with the confidence and smarts for consistent trading successaand avoid every market crash the future holds.Using Volume Analysis, a sharp-eyed trader would translate this as a battle for near-term direction. ... view reveals the power of Volume Analysisaand the potential limitations of relying on price-based technical analysis alone. The. Three-Dimensional. View: A. Second. Example. This second example displays the Saamp;P Select SPDR Financial Trust ETF (XLF) in its January to February 2010 decline.
|Title||:||The Trader's Book of Volume: The Definitive Guide to Volume Trading|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2011-01-07|