High Probability Trading Strategies : Entry to Exit Tactics for the Forex, Futures, and Stock Markets

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  • Copyright: 10/20/2008
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In High Probability Trading Strategies, author and well-known trading educator Robert Miner skillfully outlines every aspect of a practical trading plan-from entry to exit-that he has developed over the course of his distinguished twenty-plus-year career. The result is a complete approach to trading that will allow you to trade confidently in a variety of markets and time frames. Written with the serious trader in mind, this reliable resource details a proven approach to analyzing market behavior, identifying profitable trade setups, and executing and managing trades-from entry to exit.Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Author Biography

Robert C. Miner has been a leading trading educator for more than twenty years and publishes daily reports on the Forex, stock, and futures markets. He speaks around the world on trading and has written for a wide variety of trading publications. Miner has been named "Guru of the Year" and is a first-place winner of a major brokerage company's annual real-time trading contest.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
High Probability Trading Strategies for Any Market and Any Time Framep. 1
High Probability Trade Strategies for Any Market and Any Time Framep. 3
Any Market, Any Time Framep. 4
Conditions with a High Probability Outcomep. 4
Leading and Lagging Indicatorsp. 5
What You Will Learn in This Book and CDp. 6
Let's Get Startedp. 8
Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategyp. 9
What Is Momentum?p. 11
Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategiesp. 12
The Basic Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategyp. 12
Momentum Reversalsp. 14
Most Price Indicators Represent Rate-of-Changep. 15
Momentum and Price Trends Often Divergep. 16
How Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategies Workp. 19
Which Indicators to Use for Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategiesp. 31
What Are the Best Indicator Settings to Use?p. 36
Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy Rulesp. 43
Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy Trade Filterp. 46
Practical Pattern Recognition for Trends and Correctionsp. 49
Why Is It Important to Identify a Trend or Correction?p. 50
Simple Pattern Recognition Based On Elliott Wavep. 52
Trend or Correction: The Overlap Guidelinep. 52
ABC and Away We Gop. 58
Complex Correctionsp. 64
Overlap Is the Key to Identify a Correctionp. 66
Trends and Five-Wave Patternsp. 67
Greater in Time and Pricep. 75
Fifth Waves Are the Keyp. 77
Momentum and Pattern Positionp. 79
Momentum and Pattern Not Enoughp. 82
Beyond Fib Retracementsp. 83
Internal Retracements and Correctionsp. 84
Alternate Price Projections Qualify Internal Retracementsp. 89
More Alternate Price Projectionsp. 92
External Retracements Help Identify the Final Section of a Trend or Correctionp. 96
Pattern Price Targetsp. 99
Price, Pattern, and Momentump. 106
No Excusep. 108
Beyond Traditional Cyclesp. 111
Time Retracements and Correctionsp. 112
Alternate Time Projections Narrow the Time Retracement Rangep. 114
More Time Factorsp. 117
The Time Target Zonep. 118
Time Bandsp. 128
More Time Factorsp. 135
Conclusionp. 137
Entry Strategies and Position Sizep. 139
Entry Strategy 1: Trailing One-Bar Entry and Stopp. 140
Entry Strategy 2: Swing Entry and Stopp. 150
Position Sizep. 158
Conclusionp. 162
Exit Strategies and Trade Managementp. 163
Multiple-Unit Tradingp. 164
Risk/Reward Ratiosp. 165
Exit Strategiesp. 166
Trade Managementp. 168
Trade Only the High Probability, Optimum Setupsp. 197
Trading the Planp. 199
Real Traders, Real Timep. 201
Adam Sowinski (Slorzewo, Poland)p. 202
Jagir Singh (London, United Kingdom)p. 206
Cees Van Hasselt (Breda, The Netherlands)p. 214
Kerry Szymanski (Tucson, Arizona)p. 218
Derrik Hobbs (Warsaw, Indiana)p. 222
Carolyn Boroden (Scottsdale, Arizona)p. 227
Jaime Johnson (Encinitas, California, and Bogata, Columbia)p. 231
Chapter Summaryp. 234
The Business of Trading and Other Mattersp. 237
Routines and Trading Recordsp. 237
Why Traders Win or Losep. 239
Technology, Trading Time Frames, Markets to Trade, and Leveragep. 242
Trade for Points, Not for Ticksp. 244
You Can't Buy Successp. 244
You CAN Be a Successful Traderp. 245
More Bar-by-Bar Entry to Exit Trade Examplesp. 247
Glossaryp. 249
Bibliographyp. 261
About the Authorp. 263
Indexp. 265
About the CD-ROMp. 271
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