Each chapter of the workbook is designed to stand on its own, so you can tackle one strategy before moving on to another. A brief description of the topic at hand is followed by a series of questions on that topic and their solutions. Test your knowledge on the concepts, techniques, and systems discussed in Sniper Trading, with realistic examples that are likely to occur during the normal course of short–term trading, including:
∗ The Two Major Daily Trends
∗ The 3–Day Difference: How to Measure Market Momentum
∗ Chart Patterns: Finding Symmetry in the Market
∗ Confirming Indicators
∗ Strategies for Getting Out of Trouble
∗ Seasonal Trends
With over thirty chapters dedicated to short–term trading, the Sniper Trading Workbook provides an honest answer to the question: Am I truly prepared to trade?
1 Taylor′s Contribution to Technical Analysis: The Book Method.
2 The Buy and Sell Envelopes: Measuring Support and Resistance.
3 The LSS Pivotal Buy and Sell Numbers: The Trend Reaction Numbers.
4 Putting Numbers on Support and Resistance: An Example Using a Hypothetical 5–Day Period.
5 The Early Range and the Anticipated Range.
6 Bond Calculations.
7 The Five–Day LSS Oscillator: How to Measure Market Strength.
8 The 3–Day Difference: How to Measure Market Momentum.
9 Chart Patterns: Finding Symmetry in the Market.
10 Price Reversals: When the Symmetry "Fails".
11 Thursdays: The Weakest (Strongest) Day of the Week.
12 Stops: Where to Pull the Plug.
13 Mondays: The Ideal Day to Buy.
14 Time and Price Trading: How to Target the Exit Level and the Point of Maximum Adversity.
15 Confirming Indicators: Divergence Tools That Pinpoint Price Reversals.
16 Yesterday′s Close: How to Use the 1–Day Strength Indicator to Measure Strength.
17 Gap Trades: When to Fade the Opening.
18 Self–Assessment: Can You Learn from Mistakes?
19 Finding the Two Major Daily Trends: The Best Times to Trade Every Day.
20 Pit Traders: The Basics.
21 The Five–Day Average Range: Measuring the Market′s Volatility.
22 Stock Market Seasonal Trends: The Best Time to Buy and Sell.
23 Learning to "Embrace the Uncertainty": Finding Profits on the First Trade.
24 Price Rejection: What It Means.
25 Strategies for Getting out of Trouble: Exit–and–Reverse and Averaging.
26 The Relationship of Yesterday′s Close to Today′s Open: Where Should You Buy? Where Should You Sell?
27 Market Sentiment: Another Timing Tool.
28 Tuesdays: The Afternoon Opportunity.
29 Market Engineering: How the Market Stages a Rally– and a Decline.
30 The Psychological Component: How to Avoid the Most Common Pitfalls.
31 The Weekly Stock Market Pattern: How the Market Trades.
32 Your First Trade: How to Place an Order.
33 Market on Close Orders: A Useful Exit Strategy.
34 Limiting Losses: When to Pull Back.
35 Slow Stochastics: A Divergence Tool.