Our first book, Mastering the Currency Market (McGraw-Hill
2009), was written to provide a foundation for learning the art of
discretionary trading, and it should be a prerequisite for this book.
Mastering Trade Selection and Management focuses on helping you
to collate and balance the earlier information, and to refine the trading
techniques that you are likely to use for the rest of your career.
Along with covering the all-important topics of trade selection and
management, this book also addresses the necessity of being able to
draw up a plan and stick to that plan.
In Come Into My Trading Room, noted trader and author Dr. Alexander Elder returns to expand far beyond the three M's (Mind, Method, and Money) of his bestselling Trading for a Living. Shifting focus from technical analysis to the overall management of a trader's money, time, and strategy, Dr. Elder takes readers from the fundamentals to the secrets of being a successful trader--identifying new, little known indicators that can lead to huge profits.
In the early 1980s, as the editor-in-chief of Commodities magazine,
I was privy to a number of different trading ideas and techniques—
so many, in fact, it was difficult to determine which was
best or sometimes which had merit. This was during the heyday of
innovations in the futures markets with the introduction of the cashsettlement
concept in eurodollar futures, futures on broad-based stock
indexes, crude oil futures, the pilot program for options on futures, and
a number of other new contracts in areas where futures and options
did not exist before.
Welcome to the second edition of the Trade Finance Guide: A Quick Reference for U.S. Exporters. This guide is designed to help U.S. companies, especially small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), learn the basic fundamentals of trade finance so that they can turn their export opportunities into actual sales and achieve the ultimate goal of getting paid—especially on time—for those sales. This guide provides general information about common techniques of export financing.
Starting to trade options can be stressful and unsettling, but it doesn’t have
to be. By learning to trade options systematically and by fostering a patient
approach, a new trader can become successful. Options trading requires
an understanding of the characteristics of options and this takes time to
master. Nonetheless, a person who is willing to study and work hard can
"Offers hundreds of hints, tips, and tricks of the trade that can be useful to any DBA wanting to achieve maximum performance of Oracle applications. No Oracle library would be complete without this book." --Ken (Dr. DBA) Jacobs, Vice President of Product Strategy for Server Technologies, Oracle Corporation
"Rich is the first and last stop for Oracle Database technology and performance tuning. His knowledge is a vital tool that you need to successfully negotiate the waters of Oracle database development." --Mike Frey, Principal Architect, Navteq
Communication and its importance
Asking Questions is Motivational- or Just Plain Irritating
Ask Open Questions
Listen More Than You Speak
Remember to Ask Lots of Questions
Pay Attention to the Nonverbal Stuff
Finding the time to Communicate Well
The Target – Focus Technique
A Summary of W.D. Gann's Techniques of Analysis and Trading presents about Master yourself master yourself (do not overtrade; see if your trade is based on hope or logic and systems developed by you); trading strategies; tops, bottoms and consolidations.
Focusing on multi-document personal name disambiguation, this paper develops an agglomerative clustering approach to resolving this problem. We start from an analysis of pointwise mutual information between feature and the ambiguous name, which brings about a novel weight computing method for feature in clustering. Then a trade-off measure between within-cluster compactness and among-cluster separation is proposed for stopping clustering. After that, we apply a labeling method to find representative feature for each cluster. ...
In 2006 Korean shipbuilding companies got new orders of 19,585,000 CGT, which was
the highest number since 2000. Moreover in the first half of 2007 Korean shipbuilders
have received 51.3% more orders than that of a year ago. Strong demand for new
vessels was expected to continue for the next few years at least, due to expanding
world-wide seaborne trade, especially between China and USA, and increasing need of
new ships to adapt new International Maritime Organization’s requirements.
This excellent self-study book for intense IELTS preparation in a few weeks is designed to help students achieve their best personal score. All the tips, techniques, strategies and advice are focused on maximizing students’ score by increasing their task-solving speed and efficiency, and preventing typical mistakes. 'Ace the IELTS' is loved by teachers as well as students.
Export-Import Theory, Practices, and Procedures is a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of international trade theories and techniques. International trade professionals, researchers, students, and members of chambers of commerce will benefit from concepts and theories that explain international trade operations and give clearly defined goals and procedures for your business.
The concept of IT is understood and defined in the Government Resolution 49/CP dated 04/08/1993 signed: Information Technology is a collection of scientific methods, the means of existing techniques and tools university - mainly computer technology and telecommunications - to organize the exploitation and efficient use of resources and information rich potential in all areas of human activity and society.
I would like to thank the person who inspired this book and without whom it would not have been written: my friend, my business partner, and Director of Research, Cherrie Mahon. This book was
actually born when I met Cherrie in 1998. She was a stockbroker at
the time and was endlessly inquisitive about my newsletter, research
techniques, and rather unusual approach to stock selection in comparison
to what she was learning at the major “mainstream” brokerage
firm that employed her.
Over the years, I’ve written two thick books on options trading
that have a combined page count over 1,500. I write a weekly
advisory newsletter, as well as a daily fax service. So what, you
may wonder, do I have left to write about on the topic of options
With this book, my goal is not necessarily to cover a lot of in-
novative new ground, but to present material in a new way that
will enhance the ability of traders to master a variety of option
trading techniques and become more successful at incorporat-...
What is the best investment you can make? Simple! Learning investment techniques that
make you independent of having to rely on any other investment consultation. You can
easily learn and quickly master common sense analysis that will dramatically improve
your returns for the rest of your life. You will feel confident in every trade you put on. No
more “hoping” that a trade will move in your direction. The unique built-in forces
encompassed in the candlestick signals and the strength of a move revealed by the
existence of a gap produce powerful trade factors.
CHAPTER 9 COST OF CAPITAL AND BUSINESS DECISIONS. Common theme of this book is to view business decisions as economic cost/ benefit trade-offs, designed ultimately to create value for the shareholders. Up to this point, however, we’ve focused mainly on the economic benefits obtained from investing in and operating a business.
The purpose of this book is to share some of the tips, techniques, and
observations that have worked for me and other highly successful
traders. After nearly 23 years as a registered broker in the futures and
options field, I have come to know quite a few successful traders and have
personally made many successful trades. I have also experienced my share
of disasters and have known traders and investors who were doomed for
Whether you trade short-term or long-term, discretionary or systematic, your goal
as a technician is always the same: to find profitable patterns in price behavior.
To accomplish this, technicians use a number of methods to identify the
prevailing price trend, or to identify points at which a trend is about to reverse
(the time scale, of course, can vary). These basis for these techniques can be
roughly divided in two categories: chart analysis and technical indicators.