Martin Pring – Getting New Insights from Old Indicators

Martin Pring – Getting New Insights from Old Indicators

Martin Pring – Getting New Insights from Old Indicators

Martin Pring – Getting New Insights from Old Indicators

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This video contains one of the best lessons you ever will learn on how to apply and intergrate technical indicators into your trading plan. Not only will you gain a new perspective on traditional technical indicators, but you also will learn new ways to intepret some innovative indicators you may not have heard about. Along with that, you’ll pick up at least two valuable new insights on the principles of momentum interpretation, and you will discover some of the major weaknesses that plague many of today’s most commonly used indicators. Last, but not least, you’ll learn how a master researcher uses MetaStock software to spot long-term trends for short-term profits and short-term indicators to predict long-term trends.Chapters
  1. Beginning
  2. I Guarantee It
  3. Cycles
  4. Short-Term
  5. Any Timeframe
  6. Intermarket Analysis
  7. Business Cycle
  8. Market Cycle Model
  9. Short-Term Indicators
  10. RSI Analysis
  11. Linear Regression
  12. Linear Regression Slope
  13. R-Squared
  14. Oscillator
  15. Stock Market Data
  16. What I Follow
  17. Q and A
  18. The Fish Test
  19. Testimonials
  20. Final Word
 Martin Pring was described in Barron’s as “a technicians technician.” He is one of the most respected names in the field of forecasting financial markets. Through his company, The International Institute for Economic Research, he publishes The Intermarket Review, a monthly publication covering global financial markets, with special emphasis on the U.S. and international markets, precious metals, and currencies. The Intermarket Review is unique in that it integrates Martin’s long-term technical approach, his KST system, and six-stage business cycle analysis in one publication. Martin is probably best known as author of the book, Technical Analysis Explained, “widely regarded as a standard work for this generation of chartists” (Forbes). Martin will get you up and running in no time with your MetaStock software. This 2-CD combo tutorial will answer many of your questions – quickly and easily. Watch the presentation or just open MetaStock and minimize the tutorial for virtual on-line help with a simple click!Martin Pring’s Exploring MetaStock Basic & Advanced Course will get you up to speed and charting like a professional in no time!Learn everything needed to operate efficiently in MetaStock including resizing and manipulating windows, toolbars, price plots and indicators, creating layouts, templates, charts and shortcuts and using the Expert Advisor.The Advanced CD covers importing data into spreadsheets, presentation and other software applications, linking and embedding (OLE) features, creating custom formulas, explorations, system tests and how to analyze reports and much more.Martin’s MetaStock Tutorials Will Teach You:Everything you need to know to operate MetaStock efficientlyResizing and manipulating windows and inner windows, toolbars, price plots and indicatorsCreating and downloading files, layouts, templates and charts and howcreate a shortcut and launch MetaStockThe new interface as it applies to dialogs, file selection, etcHow to use the new MetaStock Expert System module, including an explanation of Martin’s two expert systems included with the softwareHow to create an Expert System in easy to understand terms, import data to spreadsheets, charts, word processing and presentation softwareThe potential of the linking and embedding (OLE) featuresHow to create custom formulas, explorations, system tests and how to analyze reports and define a mechanical trading systemConverting, testing, merging and sorting files and much more!

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