Intermarket Trading Strategies

Chart Formations

Systems

Custom Indicators

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Intermarket Trading, Money Flow,  Chart Formations and more...
Published in 2009 by J Wiley & Sons
ISBN 978-0470758106
©2016 Markos Katsanos - All rights reserved
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There is very little information out there on Intermarket analysis and this was my main motivation for writing this book. In fact the Market Technician Association (MTA), realizing the importance of Intermarket analysis, have recently added 9 Chapters from my book in the 2016 level 2 and level 3 CMT curriculum and associated textbooks required for the CMT exams
Unlike other books which describe what happened in the past, Intermarket Trading Strategies can help you predict what is going to happen in the future.
But how do markets interact and influence each other and how can we use intermarket relationships to construct a viable technical system?
The book is divided in two parts. The first part includes the most important historic correlations between equity Indices, commodities and forex. It also explains the basic principles involved in Intermarket analysis. In the second part you can find custom trading systems to trade the S&P, DAX ,and FTSE futures, Gold and other commodities and Forex.
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                                   Table of Contents    Reviews    Introduction

Forecasting models rely either on fundamental or technical analysis to select stocks. If you are not sure which one is the best for you or if you are a technical trader but spend a lot of time researching a stock's fundamentals before pulling the trigger then you might find this article useful.
This article was published in the December 2013 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities

FUNDAMENTAL OR TECHNICAL ANALYSIS?

DETECTING FLAGS IN INTRADAY CHARTS

Do flags work in intraday charts? What is the optimal price target? In this article I will present a system (and the Tradestation code) to identify and trade intraday flags. Published in the December 2014 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities.

TRADING THE LOONIE

Crude oil is the largest single contributor to the total amount of foreign exchange earned by Canada, and the importance of crude oil to the foreign exchange earnings of Canada has been increasing over time. A correlation analysis presented in the first part of this article revealed an amazing 81% correlation between the Canadian dollar and WTI crude oil.
This high correlation is exploited in the second part of the article to derive a trading system to trade Canadian dollar futures. On backtesting the system produced an annualized 129% return, producing 123 trades which were roughly 70% accurate and a profit factor of 4.7. This article was published in the December 2015 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities


Published in 2016 by J Wiley & Sons

Required textbook for Level II CMT exams. Only three chapters are written by Katsanos. The rest of the chapters are by Perry Kaufman, Alexander Elder, Ned Davis and others.
Published in 2016 by J Wiley & Sons

Required textbook for the Level III CMT exams. Six chapters are written by Katsanos. The rest of the chapters are by Perry Kaufman, Alexander Elder, David Aronson, Thomas Bulkowski and others.
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