1 Taylor’s Contribution to Technical Analysis: The Book Method.
2 The Buy and Sell Envelopes: Measuring Support and Resistance.
3 The LSS Pivotal Buy and Sell Numbers: The Trend Reaction Numbers.
4 Putting Numbers on Support and Resistance: An Example Using a Hypothetical 5-Day Period.
5 The Early Range and the Anticipated Range.
6 Bond Calculations.
7 The Five-Day LSS Oscillator: How to Measure Market Strength.
8 The 3-Day Difference: How to Measure Market Momentum.
9 Chart Patterns: Finding Symmetry in the Market.
10 Price Reversals: When the Symmetry “Fails”.
11 Thursdays: The Weakest (Strongest) Day of the Week.
12 Stops: Where to Pull the Plug.
13 Mondays: The Ideal Day to Buy.
14 Time and Price Trading: How to Target the Exit Level and the Point of Maximum Adversity.
15 Confirming Indicators: Divergence Tools That Pinpoint Price Reversals.
16 Yesterday’s Close: How to Use the 1-Day Strength Indicator to Measure Strength.
17 Gap Trades: When to Fade the Opening.
18 Self-Assessment: Can You Learn from Mistakes?
19 Finding the Two Major Daily Trends: The Best Times to Trade Every Day.
20 Pit Traders: The Basics.
21 The Five-Day Average Range: Measuring the Market’s Volatility.
22 Stock Market Seasonal Trends: The Best Time to Buy and Sell.
23 Learning to “Embrace the Uncertainty”: Finding Profits on the First Trade.
24 Price Rejection: What It Means.
25 Strategies for Getting out of Trouble: Exit-and-Reverse and Averaging.
26 The Relationship of Yesterday’s Close to Today’s Open: Where Should You Buy? Where Should You Sell?
27 Market Sentiment: Another Timing Tool.
28 Tuesdays: The Afternoon Opportunity.
29 Market Engineering: How the Market Stages a Rally— and a Decline.
30 The Psychological Component: How to Avoid the Most Common Pitfalls.
31 The Weekly Stock Market Pattern: How the Market Trades.
32 Your First Trade: How to Place an Order.
33 Market on Close Orders: A Useful Exit Strategy.
34 Limiting Losses: When to Pull Back.
35 Slow Stochastics: A Divergence Tool.
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