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Research and Markets: Trading Price Action Trading Ranges: Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader.

DUBLIN -- Dublin - Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Trading Price Action Trading Ranges: Technical Analysis of Price Charts Bar by Bar for the Serious Trader" to their offering.

The market is either trending or in a trading range and it is often transitioning from one to the other. When the market is transitioning from a trading range into a trend, it is breaking out.

This book begins with how trading ranges turn into trends. It explains why breakouts form and why they end, which is always at some kind of support or resistance area. As the breakout is unfolding, traders can use several mathematical techniques to measure where the trend will likely end and then begin to form a trading range, and these measured moves are discussed in detail. Once the market reaches a magnet, it then pauses and pulls back, and usually then resumes. Pullbacks are reliable setups and the book describes them and how to trade them in detail. If a pullback grows so large that it is uncertain if the trend will resume or reverse, it has become a trading range. Most markets are in trading ranges most of the time and therefore most trades that traders make are within trading ranges. Understanding them and how to trade them is critical to anyone trying to make a living as a trader. Traders need to know how to place orders to get into and out of trades and it is useful to know how to scale into and out of positions. Also, mathematics is the basis for all trading. Every trader asks himself, Will I make money if I take this trade? This means that the traders is making a statistical analysis of what he sees based on risk, reward, and probability, and understanding this math makes trading less stressful and more profitable.

Key Topics Covered:

PART I Breakouts: Transitioning into a New Trend

-CHAPTER 1 Example of How to Trade a Breakout

-CHAPTER 2 Signs of Strength in a Breakout

-CHAPTER 3 Initial Breakout

-CHAPTER 4 Breakout Entries in Existing Strong Trends

-CHAPTER 5 Failed Breakouts, Breakout Pullbacks, and Breakout Tests


PART II Magnets: Support and Resistance

-CHAPTER 7 Measured Moves Based on the Size of the First Leg (the Spike)

-CHAPTER 8 Measured Moves Based on Gaps and Trading Ranges

-CHAPTER 9 Reversals Often End at Signal Bars from Prior Failed Reversals

-CHAPTER 10 Other Magnets

PART III Pullbacks: Trends Converting to Trading Ranges

-CHAPTER 11 First Pullback Sequence: Bar, Minor Trend Line, Moving Average, Moving Average Gap, Major Trend Line

-CHAPTER 12 Double Top Bear Flags and Double Bottom Bull Flags

-CHAPTER 13 Twenty Gap Bars

-CHAPTER 14 First Moving Average Gap Bars

-CHAPTER 15 Key Inflection Times of the Day That Set Up Breakouts and Reversals

-CHAPTER 16 Counting the Legs of Trends and Trading Ranges

-CHAPTER 17 Bar Counting: High and Low 1, 2, 3, and 4 Patterns and ABC Corrections

-CHAPTER 18 Wedge and Other Three-Push Pullbacks

-CHAPTER 19 Dueling Lines: Wedge Pullback to the Trend Line

-CHAPTER 20 Reversal Patterns: Double Tops and Bottoms and Head and Shoulders Tops and Bottoms

PART IV Trading Ranges

-CHAPTER 21 Example of How to Trade a Trading Range

-CHAPTER 22 Tight Trading Ranges

-CHAPTER 23 Triangles

PART V Orders and Trade Management

-CHAPTER 24 Scalping, Swinging, Trading, and Investing

-CHAPTER 25 Mathematics of Trading: Should I Take This Trade? Will I Make Money If I Take This Trade?

-CHAPTER 26 Need Two Reasons to Take a Trade

-CHAPTER 27 Entering on Stops

-CHAPTER 28 Entering on Limits

-CHAPTER 29 Protective and Trailing Stops

-CHAPTER 30 Profit Taking and Profit Targets

-CHAPTER 31 Scaling Into and Out of a Trade

-CHAPTER 32 Getting Trapped In or Out of a Trade

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