Author: Renato Di Lorenzo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
For years, systems theory has been applied successfully in all fields of technology, but its impact on the world of finance has to date been limited. This book aims to rectify this situation. Readers will no longer be able to assert that money cannot be reliably earned on the financial markets: one might just as well say that man has never set foot on the moon. The potential reader may be frightened by the number of formulas, but can be reassured that almost all of them can be skipped. What makes the miracle of guaranteed trading success possible are the worksheets and the codes for Internet platforms which provide (at a click) functions that once had to be built with great difficulty. These worksheets and codes will be sent free of charge to anyone who requests them from the author ([email protected]
) as long as the request is accompanied by proof of purchase of the book, such as a photograph of the receipt taken on a mobile phone.
The present book avoids the fantasy recipes that abound in technical analysis and focuses instead on those that are statistically correct and can be understood by newcomers as well as appreciated by professionals. The described protocols and techniques will prove invaluable in analyzing market behavior and assisting in trading decisions. The algorithms used in the technical analysis of financial markets have changed beyond recognition. This book offers a more efficient technical analysis – one that is not satisfied with protocols that just seem to be fine, but which requires that they are indeed fine, verifying this through simulations on the PC, serious statistical counts, and so on.
All over the world a growing number of people are viewing trading the markets as a valuable source of additional income or even as a new career option. Sitting in front of a PC, they are able to connect to their broker’s trading platform and buy or sell on the world market assets of all kinds: gold, oil, shares, bonds, and so forth. Today, it is no longer a problem to “be short” on almost any class of asset. This book is an ideal guide on how to make money by fast trading. It will be especially valuable for those wishing to trade in their spare time with a limited amount of capital. Different styles of trading, including scalping, day trading, and swing trading, are clearly described, with advice on how to avoid common mistakes. In addition, the “Donkey” trading system – a system designed for everybody – is fully explained. Using this book, the reader will learn how to manage risk safely, maximizing the likelihood of success.
Riding the Bullet
Author: Stephen King
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
From international bestseller Stephen King the first ebook ever published—a novella about a young man who hitches a ride with a driver from the other side. Riding the Bullet is “a ghost story in the grand manner” from the bestselling author of Bag of Bones, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, and The Green Mile—a short story about a young man who hitches a ride with a driver from the other side.
Learn to trade using technical analysis, market indicators, simpleportfolio analysis, generally successful trading techniques, andcommon sense with this straightforward, accessible book.Essentially a course in making money, A Short Course in TechnicalTrading teaches proven long- and short-term trading techniques(with an emphasis on short-term), covering basic indicators and howyou can best use them to your advantage. The book includes a trading game so you can trade along with thelessons, posing likely problems that you'll encounter once tradingbegins. As trading becomes more complicated, so do theproblems.. You'll get a running start as a trader with usage tips on themost popular trading tools. A Short Course in Technical Trading isunlike any other book on the market and is available at aconvenient low price.
One for the Books
Author: Joe Queenan
One of America’s leading humorists and author of the bestseller Closing Time examines his own obsession with books Joe Queenan became a voracious reader as a means of escape from a joyless childhood in a Philadelphia housing project. In the years since then he has dedicated himself to an assortment of idiosyncratic reading challenges: spending a year reading only short books, spending a year reading books he always suspected he would hate, spending a year reading books he picked with his eyes closed. In One for the Books, Queenan tries to come to terms with his own eccentric reading style—how many more books will he have time to read in his lifetime? Why does he refuse to read books hailed by reviewers as “astonishing”? Why does he refuse to lend out books? Will he ever buy an e-book? Why does he habitually read thirty to forty books simultaneously? Why are there so many people to whom the above questions do not even matter—and what do they read? Acerbically funny yet passionate and oddly affectionate, One for the Books is a reading experience that true book lovers will find unforgettable.
Author: Michael Joyce
An interactive fictional story.
Author: Theodor H. Nelson
Get the bestselling guide to trading systems, now updated for the 21st century. For more than two decades, futures traders have turned to the classic Trading Systems and Methods for complete information about the latest, most successful indicators, programs, algorithms, and systems. Perry Kaufman, a leading futures expert highly respected for his years of experience in research and trading, has thoroughly updated this bestselling guide, adding more systems, more methods, and extensive risk analysis to keep this the most comprehensive and instructional book on trading systems today. His detailed, hands-on manual offers a complete analysis, using a systematic approach with in-depth explanations of each technique. This edition also includes a CD-ROM that contains the TradeStation EasyLanguage program, Excel spreadsheets, and Fortran programs that appear in the book. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Author: Thomas Nield
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Reactive Programming with Java and ReactiveX About This Book Explore the essential tools and operators RxJava provides, and know which situations to use them in Delve into Observables and Subscribers, the core components of RxJava used for building scalable and performant reactive applications Delve into the practical implementation of tools to effectively take on complex tasks such as concurrency and backpressure Who This Book Is For The primary audience for this book is developers with at least a fundamental mastery of Java. Some readers will likely be interested in RxJava to make programs more resilient, concurrent, and scalable. Others may be checking out reactive programming just to see what it is all about, and to judge whether it can solve any problems they may have. What You Will Learn Learn the features of RxJava 2 that bring about many significant changes, including new reactive types such as Flowable, Single, Maybe, and Completable Understand how reactive programming works and the mindset to "think reactively" Demystify the Observable and how it quickly expresses data and events as sequences Learn the various Rx operators that transform, filter, and combine data and event sequences Leverage multicasting to push data to multiple destinations, and cache and replay them Discover how concurrency and parallelization work in RxJava, and how it makes these traditionally complex tasks trivial to implement Apply RxJava and Retrolambda to the Android domain to create responsive Android apps with better user experiences Use RxJava with the Kotlin language to express RxJava more idiomatically with extension functions, data classes, and other Kotlin features In Detail RxJava is a library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using Observable sequences for the JVM, allowing developers to build robust applications in less time. Learning RxJava addresses all the fundamentals of reactive programming to help readers write reactive code, as well as teach them an effective approach to designing and implementing reactive libraries and applications. Starting with a brief introduction to reactive programming concepts, there is an overview of Observables and Observers, the core components of RxJava, and how to combine different streams of data and events together. You will also learn simpler ways to achieve concurrency and remain highly performant, with no need for synchronization. Later on, we will leverage backpressure and other strategies to cope with rapidly-producing sources to prevent bottlenecks in your application. After covering custom operators, testing, and debugging, the book dives into hands-on examples using RxJava on Android as well as Kotlin. Style and approach This book will be different from other Rx books, taking an approach that comprehensively covers Rx concepts and practical applications.
One of the best and complete sources for locating, understanding, and developing a trading strategy. Focusing on ways to trade on the futures (or any) market for profit, it fully explains entire trading systems, classifies many approaches, points out their similarities and differences, and describes how these techniques will cause greater risk or reward given different circumstances. Chapters build from simple systems to more complex approaches, such as spectral analysis, showing why simplicity is often best. Includes some systems appropriate for computer application, with many programs appearing in an appendix. The treatment is complete, clearly written, and unbiased.
The Jazz Bass Book
Author: John Goldsby
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Spilleteknisk, biografisk og historisk indføring i en række jazzbassisters spillestil
Author: Mario Soldati, Zita Vaccaro
Author: Joseph Murphy