The Study Guide is clearly organized parallel with Technical Analysis. Chapter by chapter, it provides questions and problems that help you practice applying the principles in the book, plus brief chapter summaries to reinforce major points. Answers are in the back, so you can check your work.
What better way to test your knowledge than by running through a series of questions and problems? Trading system development is enhanced once you are certain you understand the underlying indicators. Working through the Study Guide lets you test your aptitude before using the indicators to trade real–time. With the Study Guide, Technical Analysis will be an even more valuable trading companion and reference.
Charts: Forecasting Tool or Folklore?
Is Chart Analysis Still Valid?
Setting Objectives and Other Position Exit Criteria.
Linking Contracts for Long–Term Chart Analysis: Nearest Versus Continuous Futures.
REAL–WORLD CHART ANALYSIS.
Real–World Chart Analysis.
OSCILLATORS AND CYCLES.
Cycle Analysis of the Futures Markets (R. Mogey & J. Schwager).
TRADING SYSTEMS AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT.
Examples of Original Trading Systems.
Testing and Optimizing Trading Systems.
PRACTICAL TRADING GUIDELINES.
Eighty–Two Trading Rules and Market Observations.
DR. STEVEN C. TURNER is Associate Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Georgia. He has taught courses on futures and options since 1987 and has won various teaching awards.
JACK D. SCHWAGER is the CEO of Wizard Trading, a Commodity Trading Advisor ?rm with over $60 million under management. He is the author of the highly regarded A Complete Guide to the Futures Markets, The Market Wizards, The New Market Wizards, Technical Analysis, Fundamental Analysis, and Managed Trading.