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    Books on the Gartley pattern-bk8.jpg Four 'New' ABCD Pattern Variations

    Four 'New' ABCD Pattern Variations is designed to satisfy Critical Element number one of the 'Plan for a Trade', the potential trade area (PTA). This book lays out four new ABCD pattern variations developed here at Kane Trading. These new patterns have become a predominant method for trade entry at Kane Trading. This is far, far more than a book that simply shows some new setups, though. There is extensive discussion on the nature of corrective structures, and how that information is of practical use in the Kane Trading methodology. As always, the focus is on the trading aspects of the patterns, and not on theory. There is extensive discussion on the superficial resemblance of some of the pattern structures to Elliot wave based corrective structures, with detailed explanations about how they differ, as well as discussion on the variations that have no analogous patterns anywhere. The book goes into great detail on how the Kane Trading methodology is applied in a step-by-step manner to these patterns, with a lot of discussion on a very key, critical aspect of the methodology, and that is harmonicity. This book goes into the uppermost level of detail about the Kane Trading concepts on harmonicity that has been put into writing to date. The book also introduces yet another new Fibonacci-derived number which is crucial to the methodology, and includes discussion on the method of derivation of this number and what the motivation was for quantifying this number. This book is the first 'official' release of this new number. Four 'New' ABCD Pattern Variations was written in conjunction with Median Line and Fibonacci Synergy, and the book integrates some of the techniques from that book, just as Median Line and Fibonacci Synergy integrates the patterns from this book into the techniques shown there. These two books are heavily intertwined, as the concepts of synergy become a predominant theme at Kane Trading. In the author's opinion, along with Median Line and Fibonacci Synergy, these two books take the Kane Trading material to another level.

    Book Level: Advanced
    196 pages (including front matter), 130 charts, 4 diagrams, 8.5" by 11", coil bound

    Prerequisites: The level of material in this book assumes a full knowledge of the entire Kane Trading methodology. Since this book is only sold as part of a full book set, this requirement can be fulfilled by reading the rest of the books before starting this one.


    Books on the Gartley pattern-bk9.jpg Median Line and Fibonacci Synergy


    Median Line and Fibonacci Synergy was written to provide a reference for the most advanced work being shown during Kane Trading mentorships, and in the members' section. Several completely unique median line techniques have been developed here at Kane Trading, and they have become fully integrated into the methodology. At this point very few setups are considered without a full implementation of the techniques laid out in this book. With these techniques being an inseparable part of the methodology it became necessary to have a book showing these key concepts in order for the book set to be more 'complete'. The author has received many comments from very advanced, experienced median line traders who have seen some of this work (such as in the members' section), and the comments have been along the lines of 'absolutely incredible what you do with median lines' and 'incredible the level that you operate on'. The approach used in developing the line techniques is similar to the approach used with the Fibonacci work, and that was to throw away or ignore all convention, and think way outside the box, and pursue anything that seems to help, no matter how unconventional. This has led to some fascinating discoveries about how the techniques seem to work with the 'usual' Kane Trading methodology. The key conclusion was that there seemed to be a synergy between the newer line work and the 'usual' techniques involving patterns, groupings, 'context', and so on. It seemed like the whole was greater than the sum of the parts. (This is, of course, just the opinion of the author, and readers are encouraged, as always, to determine on their own if the material is useful for them for their own 'Trading Plans'.) The book does not show or describe any of the 'conventional' median line trading techniques. The focus is solely on the newly developed techniques, and how they fit in with the 'usual' Kane Trading methodology in this quest for synergy in the PTA. There is a strong integration of this new work with the previous work, and especially with ABCD patterns, both the 'standard' varieties, as well as the newer ones from Four 'New' ABCD Pattern Variations. Since the techniques in this book are not designed to be 'stand alone', the emphasis is on the application of the methods within the 'context' of the 'usual' methodology. Given the completely unique nature of the Kane Trading methodology as it is, when blended with a completely innovative approach to median lines, the final result is unlike anything that has ever been done anywhere.

    Book Level: Advanced
    288 pages (including front matter), 216 charts, 8.5" by 11", coil bound

    Prerequisites: The level of material in this book assumes a full knowledge of the entire Kane Trading methodology, just as with Four 'New' ABCD Pattern Variations. Since this book is only sold as part of a full book set, this requirement can be fulfilled by reading the rest of the books before starting this one. A good working knowledge of median lines may be helpful but is not necessary, as the techniques are fully explained, and relate very little to any existing techniques. There is also an extensive background chapter on early median line work at Kane Trading which can serve as an introduction to the standard application of median lines (not standard trading techniques, just standard application of sets to price action). In some ways it may be better if the reader isn't too familiar with median line techniques, as it may be difficult to let go of preconceived notions and open the mind up to the somewhat out of the box approaches in this book.



    Books on the Gartley pattern-art_tfcp.jpg The 4-Point Continuation Pattern

    The 4-Point Continuation Pattern is designed to help satisfy Critical Element number one of the 'Plan for a Trade', the Potential Trade Area (PTA). This article introduces a new pattern developed at Kane Trading. Although not a very common pattern, it can point to some very useful potential trade areas when it does appear. The pattern, by the very nature of the setup, can allow a very tight (but still technical) stop loss to be placed. This pattern has some superficial resemblances to a triangle pattern, but the similarities end on the surface. The article outlines a detailed list of conditions and criteria necessary for a setup to be considered a '4-Point Continuation Pattern'. Some of these criteria are very Fibonacci intensive, and make use of the grouping technique from Advanced Fibonacci Trading Concepts. The pattern seems to be equally common in uptrends or downtrends, and can be found on essentially any timeframe. The pattern appears not only in stocks and stock indices, but also in commodities. For instance, one example in the article is in the dollar index. This article should be of interest to any trader who likes patterns and Fibonacci, and who is looking for another technique for finding potential trade areas.

    Article Level: Intermediate to advanced
    92 pages (including front matter), 66 charts, 8.5" by 11", coil bound

    Prerequisite: Advanced Fibonacci Trading Concepts, or equivalent. Not mandatory, but strongly suggested. The 4-Point Continuation Pattern makes use of internal and external retracements, and assumes the understanding of the concept of the Fibonacci grouping technique. Groupings are put on chart examples without explanation of the grouping technique, as that is outside the scope of the article. Although the pattern in this article can be used without either Fibonacci retracements or the Fibonacci grouping technique (by simply 'eyeing' charts, and accepting or rejecting the pattern on a more 'holistic' overview of the setup), it is not recommended.



    Books on the Gartley pattern-art_ptet.jpg A Pattern Trade Entry Technique

    A Pattern Trade Entry Technique is designed to help satisfy Critical Element number two of the 'Plan for a Trade', the entry technique. Once a potential trade area is determined, the next step is to decide on an entry technique. A Pattern Trade Entry Technique is specifically designed for use with 5-point pattern trades as the potential trade area (PTA). The technique makes use of a multiple timeframe concept, but yet it is still very easy to set up and implement. The article includes discussion on various nuances of the technique, plus observations and tips on its application. A Pattern Trade Entry Technique is specifically designed as an alternative to 'fading' the entry, a method commonly used by 5-point pattern traders. The article is not written to convince the reader that this technique (or any other entry technique) is better than 'fading' the entry. It is written for those that have already decided they want an alternative to the fade entry. This technique is currently setting up on about seventy percent of the 5-point pattern trades that meet the Kane Trading criteria. The remaining trades are entered using the techniques from Entry Techniques. The technique is also being used at Kane Trading with The 4-Point Continuation Pattern.

    Article Level: Intermediate to advanced
    54 pages (including front matter), 34 charts, 8.5" by 11", coil bound

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    Chart Reading for Professonial Traders

    By Michael Jenkins

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    Amazon.com: Chart Reading for Professonial Traders (9780934380287): Michael Jenkins: Books

    Book Description
    Publication Date: August 1996 | ISBN-10: 0934380287 | ISBN-13: 978-0934380287
    This book is a complete, comprehensive study on reading charts, forecasting the market, time cycles, and trading strategies. It explains reversal of trends, when to expect them and how to know the trend has changed. Shows you how to forecast with great reliability how long the new trend will last and its price target. As does his first book, Geometry of Stock Market Profits, this book discusses in-depth the Gann techniques of time and price. There is a progression to the very advanced concepts of day trading off of circular arc segments and calculating final high and low price targets. Each principle is demonstrated with numerous chart illustrations and real world applications. The information found in this book is unique with many of the techniques discovered personally by Mr. Jenkins and are found nowhere else!

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    Harmonic Elliott Wave: The Case for Modification of R. N. Elliotts Impulsive Wave Structure

    By Ian Copsey

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    http://www.amazon.com/dp/0470828706?...logspot.com%2F

    Book Description
    Publication Date: June 7, 2011
    Through hours of research and usage Ian Copsey has unearthed a fundamental error in the structural development of price behavior as defined by the Elliott Wave Principle. From his early findings that trending waves ended prematurely and the vagueness of the wave relationships he began to realize that trending waves do not develop in the manner which R.N. Elliott described in his findings.

    In Harmonic Elliott Wave he reveals the methodology, the common ratios that link different parts of the wave structure and provides a wealth of practical examples to explain his findings. Through this methodology he shows how waves develop and dispels the misconceptions that have been common practice by Elliotticians over the years. He supports his methods by consistently ensuring that waves are related by common ratios to help the reader apply the techniques with greater understanding and accuracy.

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