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The Disciplined Trader : Developing Winning Attitudes : Mark Douglas
One of the first books to address the psychological nature of how
successful traders think ~ The Disciplined Trader™ is now an industry
classic. In this groundbreaking work published in 1990 ~ Douglas
examines the causes as to why most traders cannot raise and keep their
equity on a consistent basis ~ and brings the reader to practical and
unique conclusions as to how to go about changing any limiting mindset.
The trader is taken through a step-by-step process to break through
those queries ~ and begin to understand that their very thoughts may be
limiting their ability to accumulate and succeed at trading.
Forum on trading, automated trading systems and testing trading strategies
Sergey Golubev, 2013.09.03 11:03
Renko (extraction from Achelis - Technical Analysis from A to Z)
The Renko charting method is thought to have acquired its name from "renga"
which is the Japanese word for bricks. Renko charts are similar to Three Line Break charts except that in a Renko chart,
a line (or "brick" as they're called) is drawn in the direction of the prior
move only if prices move by a minimum amount (i.e., the box size). The bricks
are always equal in size. For example, in a 5-unit Renko chart, a 20-point rally
is displayed as four, 5-unit tall Renko bricks.
Kagi charts were first
brought to the United States by Steven Nison when he published the book, Beyond Candlesticks.
Basic trend reversals are signaled with the emergence of a new white or black
brick. A new white brick indicates the beginning of a new up-trend. A new black
brick indicates the beginning of a new down-trend. Since the Renko chart is a
trend following technique, there are times when Renko charts produce whipsaws,
giving signals near the end of short-lived trends. However, the expectation with
a trend following technique is that it allows you to ride the major portion of
Since a Renko chart isolates the underlying price trend by filtering out the
minor price changes, Renko charts can also be very helpful when determining
support and resistance levels.
Renko charts are always based on closing prices. You specify a "box size"
which determines the minimum price change to display.
To draw Renko bricks, today's close is compared with the high and low of the
previous brick (white or black):
If the closing price rises above the top of the previous brick by at least
the box size, one or more white bricks are drawn in new columns. The height of
the bricks is always equal to the box size.
If the closing price falls below the bottom of the previous brick by at least
the box size, one or more black bricks are drawn in new columns. Again, the
height of the bricks is always equal to the box size.
If prices move more than the box size, but not enough to create two bricks,
only one brick is drawn. For example, in a two-unit Renko chart, if the prices
move from 100 to 103, only one white brick is drawn from 100 to 102. The rest of
the move, from 102 to 103, is not shown on the Renko chart.
Something Interesting to Read February 2014
Sergey Golubev, 2014.02.14 18:06
by William Feller
"If you could only ever buy one book on probability, this would be the one!
Feller's elegant and lateral approach to the essential elements of
probability theory and their application to many diverse and apparently
unrelated contexts is head-noddingly inspiring.
Working your way through all the exercises in the book would be an
excellent retirment diversion sure to stave off the onset of dementia."
Dr. Robert Crossman
MT5 Article about it related to trading :
Something Interesting to Read May 2016
Muhammad Syamil Bin Abdullah, 2016.05.27 09:45
Forex Price Action Scalping: an in-depth look into the field of professional scalping
Forex Price Action Scalping provides a unique look into the field of
professional scalping. Packed with countless charts, this extensive
guide on intraday tactics takes the reader straight into the heart of
short-term speculation. The book is written to accommodate all aspiring
traders who aim to go professional and who want to prepare themselves as
thoroughly as possible for the task ahead. Few books have been
published, if any, that take the matter of scalping to such a fine and
detailed level as does Forex Price Action Scalping. Hundreds of setups,
entries and exits (all to the pip) and price action principles are
discussed in full detail, along with the notorious issues on the
psychological side of the job, as well as the highly important but often
overlooked aspects of clever accounting. The book, counting 358 pages,
opens up a wealth of information and shares insights and techniques that
are simply invaluable to any scalper who is serious about his trading.