The Trader's Book of Volume: The Definitive Guide to Volume Trading

The Trader's Book of Volume: The Definitive Guide to Volume Trading

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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 marketa€”including Black Monday of 1987, the bear markets of 2000 and 2008, and the a€œflash crasha€ of May 2010. Now, with The Tradera€™s Book of Volume, his secrets are yours! Focusing exclusively on volume technical analysis, The Tradera€™s 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 Tradera€™s Book of Volume also exhaustively illustrates how readers can profit from a wide array of volume indicators, including: Broad Market Volume Indicatorsa€”Cumulative Volume Index, ARMS Index, Upside-Downside Volume, Nasdaq/ NYSE Volume Ratio, Yo-Yo Indicator Volume Indicatorsa€”Accumulation/ Distribution, Intraday Intensity, Negative Volume Index, On-Balance Volume, Open Interest Volume Oscillatorsa€”Klinger Oscillator, Chaikin Money Flow, Ease of Movement, Volume Oscillator Leibovit Volume Reversal IndicatorTM, the authora€™s proprietary methodology Under the authora€™s expert guidance, you can seamlessly incorporate Volume Analysis into your day-to-day trading program. Without a proper approach to Volume Analysis, Leibovit asserts, youa€™re essentially trading in the a€œland of the blind.a€ Use The Tradera€™s Book of Volume to gain the clearest view possible of market trends and react to them with the confidence and smarts for consistent trading successa€”and 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 Analysisa€”and 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
Author:Mark Leibovit
Publisher:McGraw Hill Professional - 2011-01-07


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