This is the complete list of trading systems for comparative inspection. Systems are separated into categories of stocks and options, currencies, futures, automated software, annuities evaluation and real estate. They can be further categorized into Procedural Rule Based Systems, Advisory Software Systems and Automated Software Systems.
Procedural Rule Based Trading Systems form, by far, the largest category. To avoid being intimidated by this long list, consider each item like you would a book that has a potential to both entertain and enlighten you. Browse through a few links at no cost and read the words of the authors, themselves, just like you would in a book store. On the other hand, if you look upon these as investments, as rightly you should, you may be caught in a catch-22. On the one hand, you must know exactly how a system works before you invest and, on the other hand, if you already know the information, why should you invest? See what I mean? Just browse like you would in a book store. Not every book has immediate investment value. Since these are non-fiction, they will certainly expand your knowledge base. Since this category consists of the purest form of trading system knowledge, stripped of auxiliary software tools and infrastructure, and involves the lowest cost, I give this category the highest recommendation.
Advisory Software Systems are of several kinds. These can be viewed as specialized tools as you would view the collection of tools in your workshop. Some are used often while others are reserved for special conditions. Some of these create stock candidate watch lists according to pre-selected criteria. Others advise on trade entry and exit points while monitoring market price and volume, sorting data according to pre-selected technical indicators. Still others can combine a combination of these features. These software systems can be connected to either real time market data, delayed data or a static database on CD that is updated periodically. In the scheme of things, this category represents rule based systems that have been automated to reduce time, effort and trading errors.
Automated Systems, also referred to as Automated System Trading Software, represents the state of the art in trading system infrastructure and flexibility. This category of software can be viewed as automated robotic manufacturing equipment for conditions specified by the authors. It is for the full time trader who understands the use of multiple rule based systems and technical indicators. The software can be placed in a mode to automatically execute buy and sell orders according to selected settings while connected through an online broker to real time market data. It is not for everyone. An ongoing acquaintance with this emerging category is a good idea since it incorporates the state of the art in understanding markets.
General information on types of trading systems may help to distinguish between various system hierarchies. Once you become established in the consistent use of a trading system, an amazing ability to set and meet realistic profit goals becomes available through the use of precision money management. Contact me at Systems@WiserTrader.com if you have any questions.
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after a lot of excitement, global markets have heard the news they were waiting for with baited breathe out of Japan, now that the Central Bank pledges big support towards the 2% inflation target for the Japanese economy.
A target of 2% inflation may appear to be like a modest goal; but for an economy that’s been threatened with constant fears of deflation and contraction; an economy that’s only hit 2% inflation twice over the past 20 years, this is a strong, and quite possibly, difficult objective to achieve.
While this probably signals a clear shift in the Central Bank’s posture, the existing nature of the FX market makes trading on such a theme much more daunting than usual.
That posture is one of anticipation, in which Central Bank announcements have become the primary driver of currency prices. This posture is unlikely to change anytime soon, at least until economic data indicators begin to show signs of improvement.
Nowhere is this posture more apparent than in Yen-pairings. Notice the chart below of EURJPY from the low that was inset on July, 24th of 2012. This, not coincidentally, is when Mario Draghi pledged European Central Bank support towards the European Debt Crisis. Since then, the pair has ascended more than 2000 pips, and has the potential to run further.
This article is a capstone of all of price action studies that we’ve published thus far; teaching traders to analyze and grade trends, enter trades in 6 different ways with various setups, and manage risk while looking at support and/or resistance.
Before we get into the individual elements of price action, there are a few important points to establish.
The first area of analysis that traders will often want to focus on is diagnosing the trend (or lack thereof), to see where any perceivable biases may exist or how sentiment is playing out at the time.
The New Year has come and the fiscal cliff was averted – but fundamental questions continue to plague currency markets around the world.
Now that unlimited expansion is here from many of the largest economies in the world, questions persist about how long this expansion may continue. In The United States, the ‘Evans Rule’ has investors concerned that positive US data may spell a quicker end to Quantitative Easing, and this continues to propagate the ‘good news is bad news’ side of many USD pairings.
China is releasing a slew of data announcements this week than can greatly shape future risk sentiment for Asian and Australian assets; with trade data and inflation due out on Thursday and Friday, with Growth Numbers coming in on Sunday.
Japanese Yen continue to price lower, as it’s largely anticipated that the Bank of Japan is going to increase the scope of their intervention activities when the BOJ meets on January 19th & 20th of this month. This brings in many interesting setups for traders in the FX market.
EURJPY continues to surge higher in the midst of a 2000 pip up-trend
We had investigated a EURJPY long in our Price action setups on Dec 13. and at the time we had set a top-end profit target at 112.50, for a risk-reward of 1-to-5.5 on that part of trade. The pair has continued to surge higher, and this could open up additional opportunity for traders to get into the up-trend.
The next Bank of Japan meeting is scheduled for January 19, and 20th – and additional Yen weakness could continue to permeate into the market as we move closer to this meeting.
Traders may have the opportunity to buy this up-trend ‘cheaply’
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EUR/USD continues to stay in consolidative trading inside range below 1.3403 and intraday bias remains neutral for the moment. Another dip cannot be ruled out, even though its unlikely. And downside should be contained well above 1.2997 support and bring another rally. Above 1.3403 will extend recent rise to 1.3486 key resistance next. Action Insight (All Technical)
As noted before, the corrective rebound from 0.99077 might have finished with three waves up to 0.9388, after a brief breach of 0.9382 resistance. Intraday bias is mildly on the downside for retest on 0.9077/9103 support zone first. On the upside, however, break of 0.9388 resistance will bring stronger rally to retest 0.9512 key resistance instead. Action Insight (All Technical)
Intraday bias in EUR/USD remains neutral for some more consolidations below 1.3403. Deeper retreat cannot be ruled out but downside should be contained well above 1.2997 support and bring another rally. Above 1.3403 will extend recent rise to 1.3486 key resistance next. Action Insight (All Technical)
USD/JPY’s up trend continued last week and breached 90 psychological level. Initial bias remains on the upside this week and current rally would extend to next key medium term level at 94.98. On the downside, break of 87.79 support is needed to signal short term topping. Otherwise, near term outlook Action Insight (All Technical)
EUR/USD edged higher to 1.3403 and turned sideway since then. Initial bias is neutral this week for some more consolidations. Deeper retreat cannot be ruled out but downside should be contained well above 1.2997 support and bring another rally. Above 1.3403 will extend recent rise to 1.3486 key resistance next. Action Insight (All Technical)
EUR/GBP’s rally resumed after brief consolidation and reaches as high as 0.8345 so far today. Intraday bias is back on the upside and focus remains on whether EUR/GBP could sustain above the channel resistance, which suggest acceleration. In that case, EUR/GBP would target 100% projection of 0.7755 to 0.8164 from Action Insight (All Technical)