Price Action Trading by Bill Eykyn (Author)

Price Action Trading by Bill Eykyn (Author)
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Price Action Trading

by Bill Eykyn (Author)

Publisher: Harriman House (September 1, 2003)

Extract from the Preface: '1. What the book coversThis book is about day trading. Using the price action itself, rather than any of the usual array of indicators based on it. The US 30-year Treasury Bond Futures is the favoured instrument - the T-Bonds, as they are commonly called. There are good reasons for choosing this instrument to learn to trade - one being that they do not require a detailed knowledge of bonds themselves. The other attractions, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, are to do with liquidity, range, behaviour, patterns and the price action displayed at the key support and resistance points it encounters.Most days the T-bonds offer trading opportunities which can be taken within a money management environment that can give you an edge for profit - and this book has been designed to show you how to do just that. Fully illustrated with charts taken from a live trading screen and displayed in exactly the way you would have seen them for yourself, on your computer monitor. What you see is not just what happened, in detail, but also clear evidence of just how you could have profited yourself from each trading situation.2. Who the book is forThis book has been written for anyone wishing to day trade, using a discretionary method, rather than a mechanical system. It is a learning tool which should commend itself to the experienced trader, as much as to someone new to this business. Certainly I hope that any raw recruit would find it an easy read, even if it took a while longer to digest the subject matter as a whole.3. How the book is structuredThe seasoned trader will probably start by skip reading, to see if he can cut to the chase quickly. The lessexperienced will immediately see - from the detail of the charts alone - that there is a great deal of info

About the Author From his very first interview as a cub reporter (with Richard Dimbleby in the actual biplane used by Bleriot half a century previously), Bill Eykyn has been a journalist, writer and broadcaster. So he came to the market with a very different perspective from the norm. He started, like so many, with a newspaper ad. This one led him to trade FTSE options on BBC2 through a broker with hot tips. After the obvious happened, he was introduced to the FTSE Futures, using a special TV aerial for the data feed. Then options on the American grain markets (via satellite and a clunking DOS program), including a hair-raising run on the Soyabeans. Finally - and none too soon - he was introduced to the T-Bonds in Chicago by a CBOT and CME Member, where he gained a wealth of experience, in and around the pits. For several years the trading was through a satellite feed from DBC in America, but then the company metamorphosed into E-Signal and its internet feed - and these are the charts used throughout the book. "Trading should be viewed", says Bill, "as a game played by the Big Boys, with savvy traders following in their footsteps - and this is where my concept of price action trading comes in." This book is actually a sort of swan-song, because Bill Eykyn is retiring to a farmhouse in Andalucia, where presently there are no telephone lines. However, as soon as he can get a satellite communications system up and running, his three novels currently on the go will be put on the back burner - yet again!