9780470828748

The Profitable Art and Science of Vibratrading Non-Directional Vibrational Trading Methodologies for Consistent Profits

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    9780470828748

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-08-30
  • Publisher: Wiley
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Summary

Author Mark Lim introduces his proprietary Vibratrading" system for equity traders and investors Vibratrading introduces a new and revolutionary perspective to trading and investing, with a powerful methodology to extract profit in every type of market environment. It is a non-directional methodology that will appeal greatly to the vast amount of directional traders who consistently struggle to keep from losing their trading account. It provides a better and indeed safer way to participate in the markets for consistent profits. You now have the unfair advantage.

Author Biography

Mark Andrew Lim graduated in Special Physics from King’s College London and was subsequently awarded the Bronwen Wood Memorial Prize in Technical Analysis by the Society of Technical Analysis (UK). His trading expertise includes stocks, CFDs, futures and options. Mark conducts a range of technical analysis and proprietary trading master classes covering intermediate to advanced profit extraction methodologies for both directional and non-directional trading.

Some of Mark’s proprietary trading methods include vibrational, bidirectional, reactional, formational, oscillational, exclusional and transformational. He is a contributing author for The Wiley Trading Guide II and can be reached at www.tradermasterclass.com.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introductionp. xi
Challenges I o Conventional Trading and Investingp. 1
Directional vs. Non-Directional Methodologyp. 1
Problem of Maintaining Long-Term Consistent Positive Expectancyp. 3
Predictive vs. Reactive Approaches to Risk in tradingp. 5
Trader Inactivity and Volatile Price Activityp. 6
Subjectivity vs. Objectivity in Trading and Investingp. 7
Filtering and Trade Signalsp. 9
Understanding the Basics of Order Entryp. 13
Common Trading Terminology and Definitionsp. 13
Common Ordersp. 15
Entry Orders for Bounded Vibrational Tradingp. 17
The Objectives of Vibratradingp. 19
Vibratrading as an Income Strategyp. 20
Introduction to the Components of Vibratradingp. 21
Main Components of Vibratradingp. 24
Meaning of the SISO and SOSI Acronymsp. 29
Basic Scaling Entries and Exitsp. 31
Controlling Risk in Vibratradingp. 35
Types of Riskp. 35
Risk Control Mechanismsp. 36
The Mechanics of Equity-Based Price Actionp. 47
Equity-Based Calculationsp. 47
Market Value vs. Profit Potentialp. 48
Price Leverage Ratio (PLR)p. 49
Money Leverage Ratio (MLR)p. 53
Buying Leverage Ratio (BLR)p. 53
Account Leverage Ratio (ALR)p. 58
Calculating the Initial and Current Market Valuep. 62
The Mechanics of Securitization and Monetizationp. 63
Monetizing in Margin and Non-Margin Accountsp. 65
Securitizing Profits and Risk Capitalp. 67
The Basic Principles of Price Actionp. 68
The Effects of Negative Spread Bias on Reward to Risk Ratiop. 73
Hedged Price Action Principlesp. 79
The Principles of Boundednessp. 83
Capital Boundednessp. 86
Directional Boundednessp. 92
Range Bbundednessp. 94
Order Entry Boundednessp. 97
The Mechanics and Dynamics of Vibratradingp. 101
Vibrational Operations, Mechanisms, and Constructsp. 102
The Scale Factorp. 105
Capstone Mechanismsp. 108
The Macrososi Vibrational Mechanismp. 109
Macrosimo Mechanism (Upbuy - Upsell)p. 114
Pyramidal-Based Vibrational Mechanismsp. 121
Microsisop. 121
Interval Slip-Throughp. 125
Macrosisop. 129
Extracting Macrosiso Vibrational Profitsp. 134
The "Arbitrary" Vibrational Constructp. 140
Upside Bounded Macrosiso and Microsisop. 144
Unbounded Upside Macrosiso Mechanismp. 145
Unbounded Hedged Vibrational Constructsp. 145
Diversification in Vibratradingp. 147
Bounded Versus Unbounded Zero Test Level Eventp. 148
The Six Levels of Diversificationp. 150
Volatility Matchingp. 157
Historical Range Volatility (HRV)p. 157
Event Trading (High Volatility Trading)p. 158
Range Zoning (Medium to Low Volatility Trading)p. 158
Putting It All Together, Finally!p. 161
The Return Characteristics of Vibrational Constructsp. 162
A Brief Guide to Understanding the Scale Analysis Tablesp. 162
Introduction to Vibradirectional Techniquesp. 172
Calculating Working and Running Capital within Vibrational Gridsp. 176
Free Swing with Constant Capital per Level with Type 1 (Roll to Break-Even)p. 183
Gaps in the Gridsp. 187
The Balance Between Opportunity Cost and Profitabilityp. 189
Free Styling across Multiple Levels without Risk Freeingp. 198
Unbounded Bidirectional Profit Capture Constructsp. 200
The "Big Hedge" Techniquep. 202
The "Small Hedge"p. 203
The Upside Short Hedgep. 204
Zero Cost Hedging Technique for "Loading the Matrix"p. 205
More Constructsp. 206
Exiting With Profitp. 211
The Vibrational Vehiclesp. 213
Characteristics of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)p. 214
Types of Risk Associated with ETFsp. 215
Funds to Avoid In Vibrational Tradingp. 217
The Replicated ETF Portfoliop. 222
Comparison with Other Trading Systemsp. 225
Vibratrading vs. Scale Tradingp. 225
Vibratrading vs. Dollar Cost Averagingp. 225
Vibratrading vs. Value Averagingp. 226
Vibratrading vs. Buy and Holdp. 226
Vibratrading vs. Directional Tradingp. 226
Profiting from Non-Viterational Flatline Price Actionp. 227
The Basis for Non-Directionalityp. 227
Riskless Short Options Tradesp. 228
Using Short Options in Vibratradingp. 228
Summary of Vibratradingp. 229
The Two Rules of Vibratradingp. 229
A Quick Recapp. 230
Choosing a Vibratrading Constructp. 234
The Importance of a Balanced Pyramidal Structurep. 238
Conclusionp. 239
Indexp. 241
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