Breaking The Black Box + Candlesticks Explained Cd
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Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course
You want to learn about Forex?
Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.
Size: 219 MB
Author: Martin J. Pring
Listen, watch, read and learn how to design, test and implement your own mechanical trading systems. Part I takes you systematically through the process of designing, testing and applying systems in the market place, along with tools for risk management, leverage, timing and more. Part II covers systems based on a single security, such as U.S. equity market, closed end mutual funds, soybeans and the CRB. Part III highlights intermarket relationships. Here, you will learn to analyze equities vs. short-term interest rates, CRB vs. gold, bonds vs. commodities and systems that use relative strength. Proof is in the pudding, so Parts 2 and 3 illustrates these principles with actual market place examples of several tried and tested systems. Lastly, Part IV is the Appendix, which offers the interactive quiz (with answers) found on the CD, reproduced to help you test your knowledge of material already covered. You will also find a glossary of terms used within the book.
If you pont want to design your own systemthats okay. Martin offers you a full menu of ideas that can be implemented immediately. None are perfect, but some, such as that is applied to the NASDAQ, beat the buy/hold approach by 3,000% between 1980 and 1998. Remember when gold was in the doldrums between 1981 and the turn of the century? He shows you an approach using a no-load gold fund that would have turned $1 to $50 between 1989/98. Not all systems are of the Holy Grail variety and Pring is not afraid to tell his students about the potential pitfalls and problems with the application. One of his favorite and best-performing systems using the British pound worked brilliantly between 1970 and 1990, then for some unforeseeable reason went bust. While it was not possible to anticipate such a development, he does tell us how we might have identified its weakness just after it began to fail and which currency showed greater promise using the same approach.
Prings Technical Analysis Explained has been a best seller for two decades and his more recent Introduction to Technical Analysis CD-ROM tutorial has already established itself as a standard work in the field. Now, for the first time, the fascinating subject of mechanical trading systems is written in easy-to-understand language. Breaking the Black Box is the third in his Advanced Technical Analysis series of book/CD-ROM combinations where interesting topics are presented at length using the audiovisual format. The two previous CD-ROM tutorials are Learning the KST and Introduction to Candlestick Charting. The fourth, Technicians Guide to Day Trading, offers a complete guide to use charts for more profitable day trading.
Martin Pring – Candlesticks Explained CD & Book
Size: 207 MB
Complete guide to candlestick charting includes Western charting, Renko, Kagi and 3-Line Break. A step-by-step introduction with market examples.
Martin Pring’s Candlesticks Explained, is a comprehensive 4-hour CD-ROM tutorial and accompanying 352 page soft cover book, designed for all levels of technicians.
“Having read numerous books, viewed an endless array of video tapes as well as attending several seminars, Martin’s CD tutorials are a hands down winner in the educational tools contest. I have applied the information in the Candlestick CD and now use one-minute candlesticks on TradeStation.” – Josie Scarpelli
“…you won’t find a more accessible or better value for an in-depth tutorial on this fascinating oriental trading approach. – Patrick Young, Applied Derivatives Trading
With its 10 chapters, you’ll be introduced to the basics of Candlestick construction, how to identify and interpret Dojis, Morning Star, Hammers, Tweezer Tops, Tasuki Gaps and more. There’s also a complete chapter dedicated to Candlesticks and Western charting.
Colorful diagrams, animated theory reinforcements and real marketplace movies complement all 10 chapters – so concepts are learned, applied and retained.
An interactive quiz at the end of each chapter strengthens new skills automatically keeps your current and two previous scores.
Martin Pring – Introduction to Candlestick Charting (BONUS)
With over 4 hours of multimedia and interactive instruction, this brand-new CD provides you with solid footing in this exciting field of technical analysis.
The integrity of the material is very sound and thoroughly researched – as we would expect from Martin Pring. At this price, the only question one must ask is why every trader’s home hasn’t got one yet. After all, even if you just want to gain an insight into the business of Japanese Candlestick Charting from an interested onlooker standpoint, you won’t find a more accessible or better value means of gaining an in-depth tutorial on this fascinating oriental trading approach. Plaudits to Martin and Lisa Pring for producing such a sound piece of technical analytical tutorial.
Over 4 hours of multimedia, interactive instruction provides a solid grounding in this exciting field of technical analysis.
All 10 chapters are complemented by colorful diagrams, animated theory reinforcements and real marketplace movies – so concepts are learned, applied and retained.
An interactive quiz at the end of each chapter strengthens new skills automatically keeps your current and two previous scores
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