The Profit Magic Of Stock Transaction Timing

The Profit Magic Of Stock Transaction Timing

Автор(ы): Hurst J. M.

06.10.2007
Описание: Можно ли, инвестируя 10000$ заработать 1000000$ через год? Через пять лет? И если вдруг можно, то чем придется рискнуть? Подобными вопросами задаются все, кто пытается заняться этим бизнесом. Отвечаем: да, такое возможно на фондовой бирже. Представленные в данной книге методы позволяют получасть среднюю прибыль в 10% в месяц. И если вы не будете спешить выводить прибыль, то миллинером станете уже через 50 месяцев.
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HOW THIS BOOK CAN BOOST YOUR PROFIT PERFORMANCE [9]
1. MAXIMIZE YOUR PROFITS [21]
Where the Magic Is [21]
To Trade or to Invest [22]
The Most Dollars in the Least Time [22]
How the Trading Interval Affects Profits [23]
Adding Magic by Compounding [26]
Maintaining 100% Investment [26]
Four Steps to Riches [26]
2. TIMING IS THE KEY [28]
Something New and Unconventional Is Required [29]
What Makes Prices Change [30]
The Impact of Historical Events [30]
The Source of Trends [30]
«X» Motivation — and What It Does to Prices [31]
How Cyclically Expresses Itself in the Market [31]
The Summation Principle [32]
The Commonality Principle [32]
The Variation Principie [32]
The Nominality Principie [33]
The Proportionality Principle [33]
The Significance of Cyclicality [35]
How to Go About Observational Analysis [36]
«Nesting» Envelopes Upward [38]
«Nesting» Down [39]
Using Expanded oi Contracted Data [40]
Extracting Cyclic Model Elements [44]
Cyclicality in Individual Issues [44]
How Synchronization Is Expressed [48]
Summing It All Up [48]
3. VERIFY YOUR CHART PATTERNS [51]
Why Trend Lines and Channels Form and Repeat [52]
Where Head and Shoulder Patterns Come From [52]
About Double Tops and Bottoms [57]
The Significance of Triangles [57]
How to Tell in Advance if a Chart Pattern Will «Fail» [59]
Understanding Other Chart Patterns [61]
How Cyclically Gives Meaning to Chart Patterns [61]
The Significance of Moving Averages [62]
Why Ten- and 30-Week Moving Averages Are Useful [64]
How to Plot and Interpret a Moving Average Properly [65]
How a Moving Average Can Aid Cyclic Analysis [65]
Summarizing Chart Patterns [66]
4. TIMING YOUR BUYS WITH GRAPHICS [68]
Prediction by Graphics [68]
How to Construct Curvilinear Envelopes [69]
Prediction of Price Turns Using Envelopes [70]
Use This Example as Your Channel Prediction Guide [71]
Constructing the Dominant Channel [73]
Finding the Outer Envelope [74]
Setting Up Price-Turn Predictions [75]
The Kind of Results You Can Achieve [76]
How to Generate Graphic «Buy» Signals [77]
What to Look For [78]
Recognizing the «Valid Trend Line» [78]
«Edge-Band» Transaction Timing [79]
«Mid-Band» Transaction Timing [82]
Points to Remember Regarding Graphic «Buy» Signals [85]
5. YOU’VE MADE SOME MONEY — HOW TO KEEP IT [86]
Use of Logical Cut-Loss Criteria [86]
Extension to Trailing «Sell» Signals [88]
How to Construct Selling Analogs [90]
How to Make and Use Non-Real Time Envelopes [91]
Selling Short [93]
Selling Rules to Remember [95]
6. COMPUTE YOUR WAY TO INCREASED PROFITS [97]
Why You Need Computational Aids [97]
How to Construct and Use Half-Span Moving Averages [97]
Other Uses for Half- and Full-Span Moving Averages [108]
Now Turn Your Moving Averages Inside Out [109]
Use the Inverse Half-Span Average to Improve Your Timing [109]
Try the Inverse Average in Other Ways [112]
7. HOW TO SELECT AND TRACK TRADING ISSUES [114]
Alternative Ways of Selecting Investment Vehicles [114]
The Total Scanning Concept [115]
Making Use of Screening Criteria [116]
Selecting Candidates for Volatility [117]
Applying Stability Factors [118]
A Word of Caution and Emphasis [119]
When You Should Use Alternative Scanning Methods [119]
Take Advantage of the «Stable» Concept [120]
How to Track Your Stable [121]
Summing Up Selection and Tracking [122]
8. TRADING BY LOGIC INSTEAD OF BY GUESS [123]
The Tools at Your Command [123]
The Anatomy of a Trade [124]
Determining the «State of the Market» [124]
Selecting the Issue [127]
The Next Step Is Analysis [127]
Forming the Valid Downtrend Line [131]
Computing Potential and Risk [131]
A Model Transaction [132]
A Trading Experiment [135]
Prediction of the Averages [138]
The Results of Industry Group Predictions [138]
Specific Issues Involved [138]
Conclusions [139]
9. WHY STOCK PRICES CHANGE [141]
How Decision-Making Enters the Picture [142]
Understanding Irrational Decision Processes [144]
What You Should Know About Fundamental Factors [145]
How Company-Related Fundamentals Affect Prices [146]
The Influence of Broad Environmental Factors [147]
Should You Sell in Event of War? [147]
What About Currency Devaluations? [147]
How National Crisis Should Affect Your Decisions [149]
How the GNP Affects the Market [149]
Now Compare Cyclicality vs. History! [151]
The Impact of the Fall of France [151]
Here is How Long-Range Cyclicality Affects the Market [154]
Summarizing Price Change Causes [157]
10. PITFALLS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM [158]
Why the Unexpected Occurs [159]
Recognizing Psychological Barriers [160]
Counteracting the Outside Influence [160]
Overcoming Greed [162]
Beat the «Persimmon Effect» [163]
The Bugaboo of Time Distortion — and What to Do About It [164]
Dealing With «Scale Effect» [165]
Combating Emotional Cyclicality [166]
In a Nutshell [167]
11. SPECTRAL ANALYSIS — HOW TO DO IT AND WHAT IT MEANS [168]
Why Numerical Analysis [169]
The Meaning of a Frequency Spectrum [169]
How to Do Fourier Analysis [171]
Assembling Your Data [171]
Separating Your Data Into Two Sequences [172]
Determining the Frequencies in Your Analysis [172]
Now Compute the Corresponding Amplitudes [173]
How to Get Composite Amplitudes [175]
The Kind of Results You Can Expect [175]
How Numerical Filters Can Help You [175]
What You Must Know About Filter Operation [176]
The Part of «Weights» in Numerical Filters [177]
How to Design Your Own Numerical Filters [178]
Applying Your Numerical Filter to Stock Prices [182]
Take Advan tage of Curve Fitting [183]
Fit Your Data With a Straight Line [184]
How to Use Other Kinds of Curve Fitting [185]
Summarizing Numerical Analy sis [185]
APPENDICES
I. THE NOT-TO-BE-EXPECTED «ORDER» OF SPECTRAL RELATION-SHIPS IN STOCKPRICE DATA [188]
The Implications of Fourier Analysis of Stock Prices [188]
Course Frequency Structure [190]
Fine Frequency Structure [190]
Amplitude-Frequency Relationships [191]
The Use of Comb Filters [191]
The Variables Involved [196]
Best Estimate of Spectral Line Spacing [196]
The Line Spectral Model [199]
II. EXTENSION OF «AVERAGE» RESULTS TO INDIVIDUAL ISSUES [201]
A Basis For the Principle of Commonality [201]
Spectral Signatures, Fundamentals, and Time Synchronization [201]
III. THE SOURCE AND NATURE OF TRANSACTION INTERVAL EFFECTS [204]
Theoretical Yield-Rate Maximums vs. Transaction Interval [204]
The Impact of Compounding [204]
The Effect of Sinusoidal Rate Summation [206]
IV. FREQUENCY RESPONSE CHARACTERISTICS OF A CENTERED MOVING AVERAGE [207]
Response Derivation [207]
Response Characteristics [207]
Application Implications [207]
Response of the Inverse Centered Moving Average [210]
V. PARABOLIC INTERPOLATION [212]
Three-Point Interpolation [212]
Equation Derivation [213]
VI. TRIGONOMETRIC CURVE FITTING [215]
Generalized Least-Square-Error Methods [215]
Solving for Frequency [216]
Computing Amplitudes [217]
Determining Composity Amplitudes and Phases [217]
BIBLIOGRAPHY [218]
INDEX [220]

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