Mark Etzkorn – Trading with Oscillators. Pinpointing Market Extremes
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The first new book in a generation to focus on the practical applications of trading with oscillators
Oscillators are an essential group of indicators that futures, options, and stock traders have embraced to reveal turning points in flat markets. In this pioneering book, Mark Etzkorn, Associate Editor of Futures magazine, comprehensively discusses the purposes and uses of such important oscillators as stochastic, momentum, Elder-Ray, Williams %R, among many others, then focuses on Relative Strength Index (RSI), one of today’s most popular oscillators. Etzkorn reveals how RSI measures the internal strength of a security, how to calculate it, and how to use it to make better decisions about accepting or rejecting particular market signals. Moreover, he demonstrates how investors can adapt, modify, and apply RSI across different market conditions and time periods, and combine it with other indicators, including Contrary Application and Tom De Mark’s concept of duration.
MARK ETZKORN (Chicago, Illinois) is Senior Editor of Futures magazine, where he focuses on technical analysis and trading software. He has worked in the futures and options industry as a trader and broker at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and The Board of Trade Clearing Corporation.
Table of Contents
Momentum: Definitions and Basic Concepts.
Momentum Oscillators: Basic Construction and Components.
Popular Momentum Indicators.
Momentum Oscillators: Trading Issues.
Oscillator Applications and Signal Performance.
Innovations and Modifications.
Other Issues: Divergence, Longer Time Frames, and Price Inputs.
Conclusion: Oscillators in Context.
MARK ETZKORN is a former Senior Associate Editor at Futures magazine where he focused on technical analysis and trading systems. A former trader and broker at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, as well as an independent off-floor trader, Mr. Etzkorn has worked at every major futures and options exchange in Chicago. He is currently a financial writer and trader, and a contributing editor at Futures.
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