Books about Advanced Forex Trading

Here you will find the Forex e-books that contain more advanced information than the average popular book about financial trading. In some cases, understanding these books is impossible without a lot of experience in Forex and sometimes the extended knowledge of mathematics.

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A New Interpretation of Information Rate — by J. L. Kelly Jr.

CCI Manual — by James L. O'Connell.

Nicktrader and Jeff Explaining Reverse and Regular Divers — from Woodies CCI Club Discussion From January 15,16 2004.

NickTrader on No Price CCI Divergence Trading — by Nicktrader.

Are Supply and Demand Driving Stock Prices? — by Carl Hopman.

The Sharpe Ratio — by William F. Sharpe.

The Interaction Between the Frequency of Market Quotes, Spread and Volatility in Forex — by Antonis A. Demos and Charles A. E. Goodhart, a scientific article from the Applied Economics.

Trend Determination — by John Hayden, a quick, accurate and effective methodology for trend determination on the financial markets.

Trend vs. No Trend — by Brian Dolan an article from TRADERS' Magazine July 2005 issue, which deals with the trend/no trend paradox encountered by many traders who think that "the trend is your friend".

A Six-Part Study Guide to Market Profile — by CBOT professionals — it describes the concept of the market profile in the smallest details.

How George Soros Knows What He Knows — by Flavia Cymbalista — the study of George Soros' market reflexivity.

Core Point and Figure Chart Patterns — by — a set of point-and-figure chart patterns and explanations of their application.

Coder's Guru Full Course — by Coder's Guru — a full course on MQL development (programming for MetaTrader 4) that will help you develop your own custom indicators, trading scripts and automated expert advisors.

Point and Figure Charting: a Computational Methodology and Trading Rule Performance in the S&P 500 Futures Market — by John A. Anderson and Robert W. Faff — a scientific reasearch article that clearly defines P&F trading rules for 8 chart patterns and then tests them on 9 years of high-frequency data for S&P500 futures. The results are worth looking at.

Evolving Chart Pattern Sensitive Neural Network Based Forex Trading Agents — by Gene I. Sher — a research paper on a new approach to train and evolve neural networks that are able to carry out Forex trading decisions based on geometric properties of currency charts.

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and Economic Analogues of Basic Physical Quantities — by Soloviev V. and Saptsin V. — an attempt to transfer some of the basic physical notions to economics with experimental analysis of the Forex, stocks and commodity time series.

The String Prediction Models as an Invariants of Time Series in Forex Market — by R. Pincak and M. Repasan — a research paper on application of the string theory concepts in foreign exchange trading.

Using Recurrent Neural Networks to Forecasting of Forex — by V. V. Kondratenko and Yu. A. Kuperin — one of the pioneering research papers on application of the neural networks in Forex forecasting.

The New Elliott Wave Rule — Achieve Definitive Wave Counts — by T.S. Henessy — an explanation of a way to deal with Elliott Wave occurrences that seemingly defy the normal Elliott Wave counting rules.

The Predictive Power of Price Patterns — by G. Caginal and H. Laurent — a successful test of eight Japanese candlestick patterns, which confirms the validity of the predictive nature of technical analysis.

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