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New Trading Systems and Methods (Wiley Trading) (英語) ハードカバー – 2005/2/28
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Get the bestselling guide to trading systems, now updated for the 21st century.
For more than two decades, futures traders have turned to the classic Trading Systems and Methods for complete information about the latest, most successful indicators, programs, algorithms, and systems. Perry Kaufman, a leading futures expert highly respected for his years of experience in research and trading, has thoroughly updated this bestselling guide, adding more systems, more methods, and extensive risk analysis to keep this the most comprehensive and instructional book on trading systems today. His detailed, hands-on manual offers a complete analysis, using a systematic approach with in-depth explanations of each technique. This edition also includes a CD-ROM that contains the TradeStation EasyLanguage program, Excel spreadsheets, and Fortran programs that appear in the book.
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". . . the best book on technical trading strategies and techniques currently available. . . A must read." (The Technical Analyst, March/April 2006)
"... it's packed with a ton of useful information on programs, spreadsheets, algorithms and other tools. It even comes with a CD-ROM that's pulsing with more hot, sexy info covering just about every trading trick under the sun." (Trader Monthly magazine, June/July 2005)
"At $125, the book is not cheap, but no trader should be without it." (Managed Account Reports (MAR), April 2005)商品の説明をすべて表示する
In addition to the tech analysis, he covers the basics of developing and testing trading systems. I thought it was good coverage and that it laid a decent mathematical foundation for evaluation of systems.
The reviewer that noted that there is nothing new in this book is correct; there isn't. So the title is poorly chosen, but if you can get past that and are looking for a reference book that touches on just about every aspect of system development in a retail trading context, this is it. In fairness, I took a star off of my rating for this book because it really needs a better title.
If you are a beginning trader, buy this book first and read it cover to cover... you'll save a lot of money not buying all the other books that only cover a portion of what's in here. After you read it, you'll find yourself flipping through books at the bookstore or Amazon and saying to yourself, "Seen it already."
Many times I had to pickup another book on technical analysis to clarify a concept being presented in this book; I observed that the book I most relied on was John Murphy's book on technical analysis.