A practical guide to profiting from the proper use of sentiment indicators In Sentiment Indicators, noted trading expert Abe Cofnas draws on his own trading and training experience as he shares his knowledge about the latest techniques and strategies for using Renko, price break, Kagi, and point and figure tools to successfully analyze all markets. Written with the serious trader in mind, Sentiment Indicators offers key information on these potential-filled tools and how to use each in shaping trading strategies. Along the way, it provides a practical overview of how to implement these little-known indicators and why each can enhance your trading endeavors.
* Shows how these indicators work in different markets: futures, equities, forex, and others * Provides a solid understanding of charting techniques and uses real-world examples to illustrate strategies and tactics * Presents new sentiment research that analyzes word mining and what it means for markets From historical context and Robot Trading alerts to the critical factors of a trading system, Sentiment Indicators presents a proven approach to trading that will help you identify conditions that have a high probability of profit.
Abe Cofnas is the forex trading columnist for Futures magazine since 2001 and has written over 100 columns on forex trading strategies and tactics. He is also the author of two Wiley titles, The Forex Trading Course and The Forex Options Course. He has, for over two decades, provided fundamental and technical analysis on trading strategies in currencies and inter-markets. He is the founder of learn4x.com, which provides private coaching and seminars on currency trading. In 2008, he formed FXDimensions Inc., a third-party trading system and signal development company that has pioneered the concept of Trading Avatars. He is a recognized expert in technical analysis and has lectured in London and Dubai (with appearances on CNBC Arabia) and continues to work with students and businesses abroad. Mr. Cofnas holds a master's in political science, and a master's in public policy from the University of California, Graduate School of Political Science, and the Goldman School of Public Policy, at the University of California, Berkeley.