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Seven Trading Systems for the S&P Futures (English Edition) Kindle Edition


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Länge: 94 Seiten Word Wise: Aktiviert Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
Sprache: Englisch

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Discover seven new trading strategies for the S&P futures. If you are a beginner or advanced, trading the daily open can be one of the best ways to trade the market. We specifically cover the rules on how to systematically day-trade the E-mini S&P 500 futures.

Learn how to distinguish between four different gap trading setups and how to trade a Gap Fill or Gap Continuation pattern. Learn how to combine two strategies into one. Understand the PT/SL Ratio. Learn how to exit a trade with graphical analysis techniques.

Discover both the art and science of trading as well as the secret behind optimization.

Use this book to further develop your own strategies to trade the daily open in any market.

The rules and Tradestation EasyLanguage code are completely disclosed for all seven systems so that the strategies can be fully automated or traded manually.

This book reveals the open code for seven trading systems that can be setup in the Tradestation Platform.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

David Bean has been trading the financial markets since 1995. He started with stocks but quickly moved on to futures in 1996 and began develop automated trading systems in 1997. He is the owner of Capstone Trading Systems, and specializes in the research and development of trading systems. He is currently registered as a Commodity Trading Advisor and is a National Futures Association member. He has managed money for and consulted hedge funds and high net worth individuals. His formal academic studies include a BS in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1994.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2891 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 94 Seiten
  • Verlag: Capstone Trading Systems http://capstonetradingsystems.com (24. Januar 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B004KNWDVM
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
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37 von 38 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x9079d030) von 5 Sternen Excellent for Tradestation Users 10. November 2010
Von Bruce Waugh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Potential purchasers of this book should be aware of what this is and is not. What it is: it is exactly what the title says- 7 gap strategies with the Tradestation ("TS") code for trading the ES (and TF and EMD). What it is not: anything more than that.

It is just 90 pages- but for me, they are packed with value. The charts (showing minute charts of the ES) and the reports (TS performance reports) are very clear. The description of the strategies is clear.

Do they work? I am not very skilled in TS, but I was able to copy the 2 of most interest to me (Gap Fill-1 and Gap Continuation-1), correct my typos, set up the workspaces, deal with a maxbars problem, and get them working. If you knew my minimal coding ability, you would be impressed!

The reports in the book cover the 5 years before June, 2010. I tested the period after. Gap Fill-1 gave a Net Profit per Trade (NPT) of $54 in the 5 year period used by the book; I got just $15 since. Gap Continuation-1 on the TF gave a NPT of $265 in the book. For me since then, it was $202 (both using the TF). I will start auto-trading this, but just watch the Gap Fill-1 system.

If you use TS, this is a great value for the small price. For me, there was a bonus- it helped in my TS coding skills. It also helped to see how the author developed his ideas. I am sure I will take some of these ideas to help develop and improve my own trading.

What if you don't use TS? Well, you won't be able to try modifications, nor will you be able to try different markets. However, you will be able to manually trade the 7 gap strategies. The entry and exit conditions, including stops, are clearly set out. They are not complicated (except in 1 system). You should make up the cost of the book very quickly.

I am a hard marker- this only the second 5 star review I have given. I have given it 5 stars based on solely its value to me. I hope, though, I have given you enough information to evaluate what its value to you would be.

Update on August 16, 2013: I am on the author's Twitter follower list, and found he updated his results here: [...] In summary, the combo system lost $8k in 2011 but is now at all time highs. It has made about $40k over the last 6 years.
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x9054d798) von 5 Sternen Proven and Quantified Strategies 27. Juli 2010
Von NickP - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book has some fantastic strategies which are tradable right of the bat, but the real value is the insight it provides into the process of strategy development. Gap strategies have been well known among traders for a long time, but this is the first book I've come across which outlines a detailed approach to profiting from opening gaps. All too often, trading books advocate strategies which are based on vague chart formations or other untestable methods. The methods in this book are quantified and proven, with a simple approach that can easily be modified to suit your own specific trading goals. Highly recommended.
9 von 9 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
HASH(0x9058e42c) von 5 Sternen Great book! 2. März 2011
Von Zekers - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I give this book a high rating based on how profitable the strategy has been since I purchased it in September. 90% of the trades have been winners on the Gap Fills and I have seen a good return on my investment. It is definitely a short book but written briefly and to the point providing the specific information for setting up the trading systems as well as backtests to prove the results. This is one of the few trading books that I have purchased that show specific trading rules and results as most of my other trading books are much lengthier (and better written) but show methods that are hard to duplicate. It is mainly for futures traders and the Tradestation platform, however I was able to convert it to MT4 and trade it on the ETF's as well.
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HASH(0x902cf51c) von 5 Sternen Some ideas, but low quality 30. Oktober 2011
Von Klaus S. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The "book" is actually a long article. It has a formal length of 90 pages, but with big letters and (very) wide spacing. (so, don't worry you can read it without your glasses on).
If you take normal printing as a basis, I would estimate this closer to 30 - 40 pages (the figures from tradestation are, however, normal size, otherwise my estimate would be even lower.

The book presents some system ideas (of the kind you find in many blog posts and discussion groups on the internet). The main benefit of the book is that it details the ideas down to working TS code.
If you are interested in the quality of these ideas, you should download [...]
and check out the Gap fill strategies contained therein. As obviously the strategies are optimized on the range till mid 2010, you should focus your attention on the time since then. As you will see in further forward trading the strategies did not perform extremely well, which is just what someone would expect from (over-)optimized strategies. (Ok, they were also not disastrous, though.)
If I would have seen this beforehand, I would have probably not bought the book in the first place.

The book is written on a level appropriate for someone new to strategy design. But on the other hand, these will probably miss several important background information that is not in the book. For example, the strategy discussion does not take trading cost (or TS-cost) into account. The full benefits that are always given are for 5 years. Both factors help to give very positive results.

Finally, from a "book perspective". Typesetting and binding of the book is fine. Also the color graphics are well reproduced, so it is easy and nice to read. The form of discussion is also very easy to follow. There are spelling and grammar errors (even word repitions), so it does not give the impression that much effort went into proof reading.
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HASH(0x905f9c18) von 5 Sternen Useful- Everyday Last 2 Weeks 5. Februar 2012
Von trevor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
(Reviewed Different Book Below ((book that I use along with Bean's)and Posted It).

Bean's Book of 7 strategies for the opening bell is fabulous, and I use it everyday and observe the banks' traders in the pits, according to live commentary I listen to doing very similar if not the exact same trades (but they retract and change if mkt conditions change in major ways). Does it always work? no, but improving one's probabilities is the goal here. One cautionary note: I can't imagine doing what the author suggests and allowing a computer to automate trades based on gap conditions and hold until the end of the day without seeing the specific contexts of price moves live- unless one wants to avoid carpal tunnel syndrome and just not click around all day actively trading. A reader can take a blank paper and condense the high points of the four or eight types of gap strategies, plus some other tips from the book, onto the page to refer to within the first five minutes of each trading day. Five stars if it were better edited and simplified such that the simplest of readers could could understand all of it, and, in my 4th academic degree, I still don't understand two parts of one of the gap setups after re-reading a lot, although I own the other 7 and use them.
(Other Book I accidentally Reviewed Here):
Gutman writes and excellent work on e-mini trading; I especially like the intermarket divergence and MACD divergence content. Some of his ideas are more applicable to Trade Station, although Think or Swim can be used for most of these ideas (a private scripter's website unaffiliated with Think or Swim has created a Cumulative Ticks and Statistical Z-Score MACD with the apropo standard deviation updates based on this book that can be used on the TOS platform but must be imported). Specifically, as of late, I put the Cumulative Ticks study under a 1-minute chart with $ADVN-$DECN (internals- advancers vs decliners)with a compressed bollinger band percent snapback study with settings from Thomas Carr's, "MicroTrend Trading" underneath the same chart)). I like his core set of basic price patterns, and enjoy his easy use of the 3-minute 20 EMA along with the tick charts. My only critique, if I had to cough one up on a book I've carried around for weeks now, is that its literary form is not perfectly edited, and the page 101 tick chart aggregations that the author states may need to be adjusted do.

The author names the first hour's range the Initial Balance, while the opening range of the first 5-minute bar is now often considered by commentators to be the "opening range," although traders in the past would consider the first hour to be the opening range. Time pivots are great and well-explained, but volume profile content is hard for me to apply/understand, so I am not incorporating all of the book's content (one study can't be on TOS and TOS' volume profile-based value areas are just one more chart I can' fit onto my extensive grid sets; as a proxy, I use Volume Spread Analysis and VWAP studies).

Regardless of one's trading style or skill levels, this book has at least three things to ameliorate almost any trader's repertoire and game.
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