Introduction 3 Chapter 1 Sherri Haskell A Logical Way of Looking at Things 12 Chapter 2 Fred Schutzman My Computer Can Do the Trading for Me 30 Chapter 3 Andrea Perolo Simple Charts, Clear and Uncluttered 48 Chapter 4 Sohail Rabbani The Discipline of Loss Control 66 Chapter 5 Ray Testa Jr. Developing a Consistent Approach 84 Chapter 6 James (Mike) McMahon A Successful Engineer Has a Disadvantage 100 Chapter 7 Gerald Appel Looking for Favorable Probabilities 118 Chapter 8 Michael Brenke To Keep Repeating What I Did Right 136 Chapter 9 Kerry Lovvorn A Squeeze Play 158 Chapter 10 Dr. Diane Buffalin Dancing Like Fred Astaire, Only Going Backwards and in High Heels 176 Chapter 11 David Weis Price-Volume Behavior Is Steeped in Reality 192 Chapter 12 William Doane The Bigger the Foundation, the Taller the Building 208 Chapter 13 Peter Tatarnikov We Analyze People Who Analyze Markets 224 Chapter 14 Damir Makhmudov Technical Signals in the Fundamental Context 240 Chapter 15 Pascal Willain Effective Volume 258 Chapter 16 Martin Knapp Do It Right the Next Time Around 276 Conclusion Your Trading Room 307 Bibliography 319 Reading Lists 321 Acknowledgments 329 About the Author 331 Index 333
DR. ALEXANDER ELDER is a professional trader, a teacher of traders, and a practicing psychiatrist. He is the founder of elder.com, an educational firm for traders worldwide. Dr. Elder is the author of two international bestsellers, Trading for a Living and Come Into My Trading Room (and their companion study guides), both published by Wiley. He is an avid traveler, as chronicled in his book Straying from the Flock: Travels in New Zealand (Wiley).