CMT Level III 2016: The Integration of Technical Analysis

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 9, 2015 - Business & Economics - 1040 pages
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Everything you need to pass Level III of the CMT Program

CMT Level III 2016: The Integration of Technical Analysis fully prepares you to demonstrate competency integrating basic concepts in Level I with practical applications in Level II, by using critical analysis to arrive at well-supported, ethical investing and trading recommendations. Covered topics include: asset relationships, portfolio management, behavioral finance, volatility, analysis, and ethics. The Level III exam emphasizes risk management concepts as well as classical methods of technical analysis.

This cornerstone guidebook of the Chartered Market TechnicianŽ Program will provide every advantage to passing Level III.

 

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Contents

ABOUT THE MARKET TECHNICIANS ASSOCIATION
Exam Topics Question Weightings
Note
Emotions and Probabilities
The Two Main Rules of Risk Control
The 6 Rule
Behavioral Techniques
Revulsion
International Indices and Commodities
The SP 500
European Indices
Gold
Intraday Correlations
Intermarket Indicators
Everything Is Relative Strength Is Everything
The JdK RSRatio and JdK RSMomentum

Pattern Recognition
Multiple Time Frames
Advanced Techniques
Trends and Interest Rate Carry
Neural Networks
Genetic Algorithms
Replication of Hedge Funds
Anatomy of an Optimization
Notes
Gambling TechniquesThe Theory of Runs
Selective Trading
Trading Limits and Disconnected Markets
Similarity of Systematic Trading Signals
Risk Control
Liquidity
Leverage
Kaufman on Stops and ProfitTaking
Probability of Success and Ruin
Entering a Position
Compounding a Position
Equity Trends
Optimal
Notes
Relative Rotation Graphs
Conclusion
Portfolio Risk and Performance Attribution
Summary
Questions and Problems
Deriving the Sampling Distribution with the ComputerIntensive
Hypothesis Tests and Confidence Intervals
Estimation
Causality and Statistics
Notes
The Story Is the Thing or the Allure of Growth
Are Two Heads Better Than One?
The Anatomy of a Bubble
Alpha Generation
Summary
Hedging with VIX Derivatives
Introduction to Candlestick Charts
Findings
Candles with Long Bodies Sometimes Show Support
Statistics Summary
Above the Stomach
References

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For over 40 years the Market Technicians Association has worked to advance the discipline of technical analysis. What started as a small group of sell-side analysts on Wall Street is now a global association of over 4,500 members in 85 countries. The mission of the Market Technicians Association is to establish and maintain the highest professional standards among technical analysts by educating the investment community about the theory, practice, and application of technical analysis.

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