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Volatility-Based Technical Analysis: Strategies for Trading the
Invisible, Companion Web site
Description: A framework for creating volatility-based technical analysis and trading it for profit
Volatility-Based Technical Analysis bridges the advantage gap between resource rich institutions
and individual traders. It is a no-calculus, plain-English text that reveals original, highly technical,
mathematical-based volatility indicators, complete with MetaStock® and TradeStation® code. With
this in hand, any trader can "trade the invisible" by seeing a hidden mathematical structure on the
price chart. Author Kirk Northington reveals his proprietary volatility indicators that serve as a
market early warning system. Northington extensively teaches you how to build your own
indicators, test them, and incorporate your original components into your specific trading methods.
- Walks traders through the mathematical techniques needed to create indicators that fit their own
- Illustrates volatility-based entries and exits with over 170 descriptive chart examples
- Introduces two new concepts in technical analysis: Volatility Shift and PIV
Written with the serious trader in mind, Volatility-Based Technical Analysis has what you need to
successfully trade today's institutionally dominated markets
"While the book is written in an easy to understand style, Northington realizes that not every trader
is a programmer. For that reason, he includes the MetaStock® and TradeStation® code for the
original, volatility-based indicators that he presents in the book. With these examples in hand, any
trader can apply the concepts which are explained in rich detail. Northington’s goal seems to be to
teach the reader how to build indicators based upon unique market insights; test the indicators on
a stand-alone basis; and incorporate meaningful indicators into trading methods that suit a trader’s
personality. In doing so, he also provides a ready-to-go trading system that can be applied with
days of beginning the book." (Market Technicians Association Technically Speaking, September
Part One: Are You Prepared?
Chapter 1: The Challenges.
The Brain Power.
The Horse Power.
Options and VaR Ascendancy.
Rain Clouds or Urine?
Eyes on the Goal.
Chapter 2: The Opportunities.
Choose Your Battles.
Take the Offensive.
Prepare and Perform.
Quiet the Noise.
Opportunities Outnumber Challenges.
Chapter 3: The Foundation.
Preparations for Exploring Volatility-Based Technical Analysis.
The Preparations Needed.
TTI Indicators: Original Development.
Tenets of Volatility-Based Technical Analysis.
Discover by Doing.
Part Two: Seeing the Invisible.
Chapter 4: New Volatility Indicator Design.
Example: Volatility Based Support/Resistance.
Average True Range.
Molding a Volatility-Based Indicator.
The Whole Picture.
Chapter 5: Integrated Volatility Indicator Design.
Volatility Pointed Forward.
Projected Implied Volatility.
More from the Math Toolbox.
Using Tools to Leverage TTI ATR Extreme.
Inventing Wheels: You're Not Alone.
Chapter 6: The Framework: A Structural Approach for Cross Verification.
Adopting a Structure.
Think and See Volatility.
The Framework Components.
Constructing a Compound Derivative.
Chapter 7: Traditional Technical Analysis.
What Works, What Doesn't, and Why.
Choose the Best.
Part Three: Trading the Invisible.
Chapter 8: Bull Bear Phase Prediction.
The Intermediate and Short Term Market Swing.
Why Swing With the Market?
Intermediate Term Market Direction.
Short Term Market Swing.
Seek the Advantage.
Chapter 9: Trading the Short Term Reversal with Volatility Based Technical Analysis The Adeo.
The Adeo Point.
The Adeo Trend Rally.
The Meandering Adeo.
The Adeo Short.
Adeo and FOREX.
The Fractal Adeo.
Open Your Can of Spinach.
Chapter 10: Trading the Trend With the 1-2-3.
The Traditional Approach.
The 1-2-3 Construct.
The Daily 1-2-3.
The Weekly 1-2-3.
The 1-2-3: Inside and Outside.
As Simple as 1-2-3.
Chapter 11: Hidden Momentum with Adeo High Slope.
We Are Experiencing Technical Difficulties, Please Stand By.
Momentum Hide and Go Seek.
The Quick and the Broke.
Chapter 12: Designing the Exit.
The Objective: Optimize the Profit Target.
Using Time Slicing to Understand Your TimeFrame.
First Grade Arithmetic.
Achieving the Objective.
Chapter 13: Correction and Surge.
An Early Warning System.
The Correction Event.
The Surge Event.
The Best Free Advice.
Chapter 14: Trading System Design.
Detecting the Invisible.
Seeing Through the Fog of War.
Nail It Down: Recognize the Specifics.
The Importance of Believing.
System Design Structure.
System Design Tactics.
Ask the Questions and Use the Advantages.
Appendix A: TradeStation Examples and EasyLanguage Code.
Average True Range.
The TTI ATR Extreme.
The TTI Stochastic Extreme.
The TTI Fabric LR.
The TTI Trend Strength.
The TTI RSIV.
The TTI Composite.
The Relative Exit.
Correction and Surge.
MetaSwing for TradeStation.
Appendix B: The Extreme Option Advantage.
Appendix C: About the Companion Website.
About the Author.
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