Technology for Trading in the New Millenium
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Now you can get in one volume the most important research in technical analysis over the last decade. This one volume covers every topic of Technical Analysis for Developing Trading Systems, to classic methods like Wyckoff and Taylor to Neural Networks and Option trading. This is one of the most important volumes ever assembled, which has 300 + pages. These works were originally published in Futures Magazine and are made available in this volume based on an arrangement with Futures Magazine. Some of the most important works published in the field of Technical analysis, are included, in this volume. An example of this is that several of these original works were used as the basis of Chapters in Trading Systems and Methods (Third Edition) book written by Perry J. Kaufman, for example, the chapter on Elliott wave as well as Candlestick Chart Analysis. Now is your chance to own this original material hailed by some of the world’s greatest traders.
This volume contains articles for the first time, all in one volume, all of Murray Ruggiero’s Technology and Trading articles published in Futures magazine since 1995. This large collection of articles has been reprinted; each article is organized by topic and complexity to get an understanding of each subject, basic material is presented first in each section. During the period April 1994 though to 2004 no one has written more technical articles on computerized trading methodologies than Murray Ruggiero.
Murray has also done landmark research in Intermarket Analysis. John Murphy the father of Intermarket Analysis wrote in the forward to Murray’s’ first book “Cybernetic Trading Strategies”, “Murray’s research validates his work and raises Intermarket Analysis to a higher and more practical level”. These articles show how to build trading systems using Intermarket Analysis. He has also written important articles on Adaptive systems and Money Management, both fixed fraction and fixed ratio. In addition, no one has written more about developing trading systems using neural networks, genetic algorithms and fuzzy logic than Murray Ruggiero. He is a pioneer in this area of research. He has also written a series of articles about using a spreadsheet for developing a system backtester, as well as backtesting option strategies.