Trading Time - a double meaning, referring to the allocation of the time to trade, and also understanding the critical information regarding where you are in time when a trade is placed. This facet of time has many characteristics: - The timeframe of the chart that was used?- How critical is the immediate price action directly after the trade is placed?- At what point in time is the trade within the trend, or are we at the end of the trend?- How strong is the trend, based on the time it has existed?- What is the risk and expectation in relationship to time?- What is the dominant and correct time frame to be trading?Obtaining a true measure of expectation in any one period of time is critical to improving the chances of success. Fear and greed can be removed from the equation, providing a framework for the good trader and an understanding of risk and expectation to the new one. This book looks at the characteristics of time in detail, using propriety studies that analyse time through referencing each part of the day to its previous behaviour at similar periods previously. This creates a true measure of momentum, and allows for fixed reference points that understand normal and unusual behaviour in multiple time frames at the same time. This means the trader no longer has to wait for the current bar to finish before he can implement trades, as many of the studies reference the opening price, and not the close, unlike many established momentum-based concepts.New studies such as Oasis Volatility Time Bands, Range Deviation Pivots, Time Average Bands and Trade Flow provide short-term day trading opportunities, giving exact support and resistances as low as the next 10 minutes. These can thenbe connected and quantified with original methods and concepts using Steidlmayer's Market Profile.The seconADING TIME: New Methods in Technical Analysis RSI as an overbought/oversold indicator and where we are in the trend Ia#39;ve ... Figure 4: Signal Evaluation - Dax 30-minute Figure 5: Signal Evaluation - Dax 60-minute The next tables (see figs.