Quantum Trading : Using Principles of Modern Physics to Forecast the Financial Markets

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Book Details

pages

241

published

2011

Format

PDF

Author

Fabio

Oreste

Book : Quantum Trading : Using Principles of Modern Physics to Forecast the Financial Markets

Abstract: A cutting-edge guide to quantum trading Original and thought-provoking, Quantum Trading presents a compelling new way to look at technical analysis and will help you use the proven principles of modern physics to forecast financial markets. In it, author Fabio Oreste shows how both the theory of relativity and quantum physics is required to makes sense of price behavior and forecast intermediate and long-term tops and bottoms. He relates his work to that of legendary trader W.D. Gann and reveals how Gann’s somewhat esoteric theories are consistent with his applications of Einstein’s theory of…..

Table of contents :
Content: QuantumTrading
Contents
Preface
CHAPTER 1 The Birth of Quantum Trading: How Einstein’s Theories and Quantum Particles Affect Your Daily Trading
CHAPTER 2 How to Psychologically Prepare for Successful Trading
CHAPTER 3 Quantum Trading 101
CHAPTER 4 Sun Spots, Geomagnetic Storms, and the Stock Market
CHAPTER 5 P-Space Structure and Quantum Trading Algorithms
CHAPTER 6 The Life and Contributions of W.D. Gann: A Forerunner of Quantum Trading
CHAPTER 7 Chaos Theory and Gann Angles
CHAPTER 8 Money Management Strategies
CHAPTER 9 Entelechy: The Most Powerful Quantum Trading Concept. CHAPTER 10 Forecasting Tops and Bottoms Using QPLs and SubharmonicsCHAPTER 11 Time Algorithms in Quantum Trading
CHAPTER 12 How to Use All the Trading Tools Together
CHAPTER 13 How to Use Options: Unlimited Gains with Little Risk
CHAPTER 14 Options Strategies with Quantum Trading Tools
CHAPTER 15 A Toast to a New Achievement in Trading

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