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Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Skip to content Skip to search. Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Published New York ; Chichester: Check copyright status Cite this Title Contrary opinion: Physical Description xi, p. Series Wiley trading advantage Subjects Futures. Sarl “In Contrary Opinion, R. Earl Hadady reveals the conntrary workings of the futures markets and explains how, more than anything, sentiment – the prevailing opinion among a specific majority of market participants of which way the contrxry is headed – drives prices.


Contrary Opinion by Hadady, R Earl

In his down-to-earth style, he clearly shows that market sentiment can be measured to derive opinjon Bullish Consensus, a quantitative index of market sentiment that can serve as the basis for much more accurate price forecasts than either fundamental or technical analysis. In addition to surefire techniques for gauging the Bullish Consensus, you’ll learn how to identify when a position is about to become oversold, or vice versa, and how to time your moves in order to stay just ahead of the inevitable stampede in the opposite direction.

Contrary Opinion is must reading for futures traders and sophisticated individual investors interested in playing the futures markets. Workings of the Futures Markets Ch.

Using Sentiment to Analyze the Markets Ch. History of Market Sentiment Ch. Trading to Win Ch. Market Sentiment in Action.

Contrary Opinion: Using Sentiment to Profit in the Futures Markets

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