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eBook Spread Trading: Low Risk Strategies for Profiting from Market Relationships epub
  • ISBN: 1592800246
  • Author: Howard Abell
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Investing
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marketplace Books (January 6, 2003)
  • Pages: 196 pages
  • ePUB size: 1963 kb
  • FB2 size 1907 kb
  • Formats doc lit lrf mbr


Spread Trading : Low Risk Strategies for Profiting from Market Relationships. Abell distills the essentials(both the psychological and tactical necesities of a viable spread trading plan)for market success.

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Book DescriptionSpread Trading. Yet - it remains a mystery to most traders.

Book DescriptionSpread Trading. Despite the benefits offered by this dynamic hedge tool, many traders don't understand how to recognize relationships in the commodity and financial markets - and use them to enhance their trading performance

Now, renowned market maker Howard Abell offers the definitive book on this exciting technique, outlining strategies for analyzing opportunities, tactics for implementation, and savvy advice on overcoming the psychological barriers that hold most spread traders back.

Now, renowned market maker Howard Abell offers the definitive book on this exciting technique, outlining strategies for analyzing opportunities, tactics for implementation, and savvy advice on overcoming the psychological barriers that hold most spread traders back. Four easy-to-follow sections reveal exactly what it takes to trade based on the concept of differential - or the relationship between commodities or similar products - includin. ) Psychological factors that make for the most successful spreaders, and developing a strategic game plan for spreading success.

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Spread Trading: Low-Risk Strategies for Profiting from Market Relationships: ISBN .

Spread Trading: Low-Risk Strategies for Profiting from Market Relationships: ISBN 9780793124251 (978-0-7931-2425-1) Hardcover, Dearborn Trade Pub, 1997. Spread Trading: Low Risk Strategies for Profiting from Market Relationships: ISBN 9781592800247 (978-1-59280-024-7) Softcover, Marketplace Books, 2003. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Spread Trading. It's exciting. Stimulating. Highly profitable. Yet - it remains a mystery to most traders. Despite the benefits offered by this dynamic hedge tool, many traders don't understand how to recognize relationships in the commodity and financial markets - and use them to enhance their trading performance.

Now, renowned market maker Howard Abell offers the definitive book on this exciting technique, outlining strategies for analyzing opportunities, tactics for implementation, and savvy advice on overcoming the psychological barriers that hold most spread traders back. Four easy-to-follow sections reveal exactly what it takes to trade based on the concept of differential - or the relationship between commodities or similar products - including

1) Psychological factors that make for the most successful spreaders, and developing a strategic game plan for spreading success.

2) Technical analysis and spread trading - seasonal, cyclical and historical spread relationships to exploit, such as using spreads in the grain market to profit from summer drought.

3) Spread trading methods of the top market experts. Specific strategies that have proved successful by the specialists in various asset classes.

4) Every principle & benefit spread trading affords from discovering opportunities in seemingly dull markets to earning greater long-term profits with highly calculated risk.

Good spreaders are daring yet disciplined, focused yet flexible, well-prepared yet able to think on their feet - and Abell arms readers with the analytical and psychological skills required to be not just good, but great traders, as he outlines techniques for

Trading to win, instead of trading not to lose Building the inevitability of draw downs into your strategy Identify the market signal, or "spread entry point" And many more important tools for winning big by spreading trading.

With a foreword by the CBOT's chairman Patrick Arbor, this timely handbook will equip you to face head-on the challenge of spread trading in the real world.

Comments: (7)
Jockahougu
Not too much new information here.
Doulkree
This disappointing book was clearly produced in a great hurry. It basically consists of three parts:
The first part is a long and general discussion of the psychology of trading, that has nothing to do with spread trading in itself. I found it disappointing that a book titled 'Spread trading' should devoted 4 chapters to such very general and elementary ideas.
The second part is a compilation of charts of various spreads and tables of spread trades, all of which were produced by Moore Reseach Center. By the way, this may be the most useful part of the book, as it puts all of MRCI's proposed spread trades in one compact place.
The last part is a set of interviews with a number of spread traders. I found the interviews to be out-of-focus and non-illuminating compared to those in Schwager's 'Market wizards' books.
I'm still looking for a good book devoted to a detailed study of spread relationships. The best discussions available of spreads remain those in Schwager's book 'A complete guide to the futures markets' and various paragraphs in Teweles and Jones 'The futures game'.
CONVERSE
There's not much content worth your money or time in this volume, whether you're a seasoned pro, a raw trading newbie, or somewhere in between.

A large part of Spread Trading is given over to interviews, which illuminate very little other than a preference among his subjects for trading spreads with trend-following strategies. Sadly, Mr. Abell does nothing to illuminate this further. If you're a trend-follower already the info is nothing new, but if you're not the author fails to provide any tools for understanding why the strategy appeals or how to build a rudimentary system. That's a big shortcoming.

The rest of the interview content is equally tepid. In short, Abell is no Jack Schwager. His interviews aren't quite worthless, but there's very little to take away here -- for either beginners or professionals. If you're looking for interviews with traders who have made it, save your money for whatever copy of the Market Wizards series you don't already own.

Another large chunk of the book is taken up with charts and data tables detailing seasonal spread relationships. This might be of some use, but to make that determination you'll have to fire up the ol' CQG (or testing platform of choice) and test whether or not these relationships still hold. There's no discussion at all about how this data was, or might have been, converted into a profitable trading system. That's fine if you already know what you're doing, but if that's the case you don't need to make a donation to Mr. Abell. The data is intriguing, but if you have a charting service (and a backtester) you should just take a look at some spreads year by year on your own. If not, it's probably over your head until you develop a little more as a trader.

I'm a spread trader myself, and while I dutifully read my partner's copy of this book from cover to cover, I wouldn't recommend you do so. Buy this only if you're willing to pay the cover price for that seasonal data. At least you'll get a nugget of a trading idea there -- although one that requires a great deal of polish.
Jairani
While I have not yet bought this book but will be doing so, I have had an opportunity to look it over for a good three quarters of an hour and seen that it has a tremendous weight of substance. The charts alluded to by one "reviewer" are in the book to illustrate the principles expounded by the author, and are not in the book as filler of any kind. As a final word or two, not only do our single-star reviewers need to learn how to spell, each of them needs to get a life. Their terseness bespeaks a bitterness.
Golkree
As a professional bond and grain spreader, i found this book to detail the key points required for profitable spread trading. Abell distills the essentials(both the psychological and tactical necesities of a viable spread trading plan)for market success.
I must disagree strongly with the last reviewer. This is an infomed,practical and well researched book,revealing the author's authors considerable knowledge of the market "REalities" of spreading.
in waiting
The title of this book is quite misleading. There is not much information about the actual trading of commodity spreads, and more about general commodity trading. The chapter about investor psychology is pretty good. Don't be misled by the title. If you're looking for in-depth info on spread trading, you would do better to keep looking.
Tantil
The title is very misleading due to the fact that this book contains no trading strategies. It does, however, do a good job of talking about the psychology of trading (one of the most important aspects). The interviews are good but contain no real practical knowledge. In my opinion, save the money and go for another, perhaps more advanced book if you're concerned with trading strategies. I will not even recommend this book to the beginner for it requires a broad knowledge of how the trading floor works. This book mentions little about value (the MOST important thing about legging and trading spreads). As far as spread trading goes, this isn't the one. Dan Vassallo (New York Cotton Exchange).
If you are not into commodities, this is not the book for you.
This book was published in 1997 and is mostly outdated. I was
interested in stock option spreads and this was not mentioned.
A lot of psychological checklists for a spread trader with few
specific strategies.
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