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Trading Regime Analysis is a groundbreaking work on how markets behave and how to profit from this behaviour. The book describes that it is the human nature of markets which explains why this behaviour exists and whether one believes in fundamental or technical market analysis, the ebb and flow of volatility is the one undeniable truth that exists in financial and commodity markets. It is the up and down cycles of volatility that is the manifestation of human psychology as the ultimate driver of markets and volatility, like human behaviour, has a distinct cycle to it. Offers in detail the methods that can be used to identify whether a market is about to start trending or about to enter a period of range trading Highlights important applications for this analysis for institutional investors, asset allocators, hedge fund managers and retail investors Provides unique content as there are no existing titles on trading regime analysis
Murray Gunn is a currency investment manager with over twenty years experience in the international capital markets, managing portfolio risk across all asset classes within some of the world's largest fund management organisations. He holds an MA (Hons) in Economics and is MSTA (Member of The Society of Technical Analysts).
Table of Contents
Supply And Demand
There is No Holy Grail
The "Nature" of Markets
Existing Trading Regime Analysis
Orthodox Pattern Recognition
Previous Highs and Lows
Elliott Wave Principle
Moving Average Envelopes
Bollinger Band Width
Point and Figure Charts
Rate of Change and Divergence
A Nod to the Quants
Further Ideas For Trading Regime Analysis
Implied Volatility Curves
The Volatility Smile
Trend-Following Performance Indicator
Trading Regime Indicator
Combining And Using Trading Regime Analysis
An Eclectic Approach
Applications for Traders and Investors
Trading Regime Analysis for Economists and Fundamentalists
There is Still No Holy Grail
Time Fractals and the Supply/Demand Index
Why Do Trend Lines Work?
Examples of Trend Lines
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