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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WHICH TREND INDICATOR WINS?

A TECHNICAL METHOD FOR TRADING STOCKS

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.

While the trends are obvious in retrospect, it's another matter altogether to identify the trend in real time. In this article, published in the October 2016 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities I test four popular trend indicators to determine their efficiency in detecting trends on time.

TRADING THE NIKKEI

Historically, the performance of the JPY has provided a reliable proxy for global equity markets and risk assets as a whole.
Beyond the general risk relationship, the correlation between USD/JPY and Japan’s Nikkei 225 index is further strengthened by the index’s heavy weighting in export-oriented companies. In this article I exploit the strong correlation between the Nikkei and the JPY to design a short term system to trade the Nikkei. This article was published in the July 2017 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities.

Is it possible to create a stock rating system using multiple indicators or other technical criteria?
In this article I present a technical stock rating system based on 5 technical criteria and indicators, back test it and compare its performance with analysts ratings.
This article was published in the June 2018 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities.

THE STIFFNESS INDICATOR

Find out how stiff your stocks are or identify the next FAANG stock with this new indicator.
In this article I present a brand new indicator to help identify strong growth stocks and backtest a strategy using this indicator on the SP-500 stocks for the last 10 years. 
This article was published in the November 2018 issue of Technical Analysis of stocks and Commodities.

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