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The E-Book of Technical Market Indicators


The E-Book of Technical Market Indicators

By Author  : The transparency of the American markets offers an array of indicators and allows
deep insights of prevailing sentiment. You find the activities of NYSE members like
specialists and floor traders, public and odd lot short sales, the Short Interest Ratio as well
as the large block transactions of the institutional investors published every week. Other
tools for technical analysis include trend indicators, daily advances and declines, daily new
highs and lows, volume, indices, put/call ratios and other useful information like Stochastics,
RSI, MACD, TICK and more. The problem is only that all these indicators contradict each
other most of the time. Countless books have been written on this subject, and no matter
how many will be written in the future: always be aware that there is no such thing as the
Holy Grail of the stock market. But some people are more successful than others and the
answer is quite simple:

No indicator is right all the time and you don’t have to be right all the time. Just be
right a higher percentage of the time than wrong. Choose some reliable indicators and stick
to them. Don’t follow some indicators for a while and switch to some others if they fail. Don’t
be a technician in the first half of the year and a fundamentalist the next half. Be consistent
and disciplined in your approach. Don’t abandon a good indicator because you think this
time everything is different.

Content :
Market Indicators
High-Low Differential Index
High-Low Ratio
Global Futures High-Low Index
Global Futures Bottom Indicator
Large Block Index
Short Term Trading Index (ARMS Index or TRIN)
Trend Indicator
CBOE Volatility Index (VIX)
Index Options Put/Call Ratio
Call/Put Ratio
Global Futures Put/Volume Ratio
Smart Money Flow Index
Global Futures Timing Indicator
Global Futures Market Timer Index
Global Futures Fear Indicator
Wall Street Courier Index
Global Futures Trading Index
Global Futures Speculation Index
Program Trading
Calendar Spread
Odd-Lot Differential Index
Short Sales Statistics
The NYSE Short Interest Ratio
Odd-Lot Short Sales Ratio
Floor Traders Short Sales Ratio
Specialist Short Sales Ratio
NYSE Member Short Sales Ratio
Public Short Sales Ratio
Odd-Lot Balance Index
Odd-Lot/Floor Trader Short Sales Ratio
Global Futures Odd-Lot/Specialist Short Sales Ratio
Global Futures Public/Member Short Sales Ratio
Public/Specialists Short Sales Ratio
High readings indicate heavy shorting by the public (the so called crowd) and therefore
bottoms, low readings indicate tops
Global Futures NYSE Member Trading Indicator
Sentiment Indicators
Investor Sentiment
Commitments of Traders Report
Dow Jones Industrial
S&P 500
Risk Statement


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