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The New Sell and Sell Short : How to Take Profits, Cut Losses, and Benefit from Price Declines (Wiley Trading) (2 Expanded): Elder, Alexander: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The New Sell and Sell Short : How to Take Profits, Cut Losses, and Benefit from Price Declines (Wiley Trading) (2 Expanded)
The New Sell and Sell Short : How to Take Profits, Cut Losses, and Benefit from Price Declines (Wiley Trading) (2 Expanded)
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons Inc
Published Date : 2011/03
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780470632390

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A47500000
Place of Publication: United States
Edition: Subsequent
Continuations: Monograph Series,any number
Academic Level: Extracurricular

A detailed look at one of the most underestimated aspects of trading-selling In The New Sell and Sell Short, Second Edition, Dr. Alexander Elder explains how to exit a stock at the right time and how to initiate a short position to profit from a stock that is showing weakness. Often overlooked, selling properly enables a trader to cut losses and maximize profits. Moreover, short selling in a weak market can generate big profits and should be a part of every trader's arsenal of tools. The new edition contains numerous examples of short selling stocks from the 2008-2009 bear market, demonstrating very clearly why traders do themselves a disservice by only focusing on the long side. In addition, the new edition contains an extensive study guide to help readers master the material prior to trading. Elder shares real-world examples that show how to manage your positions by adjusting your exit points as a trade unfolds.Contains new examples and insights from the 2008-2009 market meltdown Includes an extensive study guide with 115 questions and answers and 17 chart studies Discusses the selling process from a variety of angles: technical, fundamental, and psychological Explains how to maximize winnings in a profitable trade and how to minimize losses when a trade doesn't go as planned Offers detailed guidance for traders of stocks, financial futures, commodities, and currencies Explains how to set profit targets and stop-loss orders prior to entering any trade Other bestselling titles by Elder: Trading for a Living, Come Into My Trading Room, and Entries and Exits Understanding where and when to sell is essential to successful trading. The New Sell and Sell Short, Second Edition is the definitive reference to this overlooked, but vitally important, aspect of trading.

Contents
Introduction xv WHY SELL? xv ABOUT THE Q&A xvii PART ONE PSYCHOLOGY, RISK MANAGEMENT, & RECORD-KEEPING 1 Chapter 1 On Buying 3 THE THREE GREAT DIVIDES 3 ONE TRADER'S TOOLBOX 7 Chapter 2 Trading Psychology and Risk Management 9 YOUR MIND AS A TRADING TOOL 9 RISK CONTROL 11 Chapter 3 On Keeping Records 13 GOOD RECORDS LEAD TO GOOD TRADING 13 TRADER'S SPREADSHEET-BASIC ACCOUNTABILITY 14 TRADING DIARY-YOUR KEY TO LASTING SUCCESS 16 HOW TO DOCUMENT YOUR TRADING PLAN 20 MARGRET'S METHOD-PUT IT ON THE WALL 24 HOW TO GRADE YOUR PERFORMANCE 24 TWO TYPES OF TRADING 26 Questions 29 Answers 45 PART TWO HOW TO SELL 57 Chapter 4 Selling at a Target 61 SELLING AT A MOVING AVERAGE 63 SELLING AT ENVELOPES OR CHANNELS 71 SELLING AT RESISTANCE LEVELS 83 Chapter 5 Selling on a Stop 95 THE IRON TRIANGLE 97 MARKET OR LIMIT ORDERS 99 HARD AND SOFT STOPS 101 A BAD PLACE 102 REDUCING SLIPPAGE-TIGHTER BY A PENNY 109 NIC'S STOP-TIGHTER BY A DAY 110 WHEN TO USE WIDER STOPS 117 MOVING STOPS 120 A SAFEZONE STOP 123 VOLATILITY-DROP TRAILING STOPS 124 Chapter 6 Selling "Engine Noise" 129 WEAKENING MOMENTUM 130 AN "ENGINE NOISE" EXIT FROM A SHORT-TERM TRADE 132 A DISCRETIONARY EXIT FROM A LONG-TERM TRADE 135 SELLING BEFORE EARNINGS REPORTS 139 THE MARKET RINGS A BELL 143 TRADING WITH THE NEW HIGH-NEW LOW INDEX 148 THE DECISION TREE FOR SELLING 151 Questions 157 Answers 183 PART THREE HOW TO SELL SHORT 203 Chapter 7 Shorting Stocks 207 YOUR FIRST SHORTS 211 THE ASYMMETRY OF TOPS AND BOTTOMS 214 SHORTING TOPS 216 SHORTING DOWNTRENDS 221 SHORTING FUNDAMENTALS 224 FINDING STOCKS TO SHORT 233 SHORT INTEREST 237 Chapter 8 Shorting Non-Equity Instruments 243 SHORTING FUTURES 243 WRITING OPTIONS 252 FOREX 258 QUESTIONS 265 Answers 279 PART FOUR LESSONS OF THE BEAR MARKET 291 Chapter 9 Bears Make Money 293 THE BEAR WAS BEGINNING TO STIR IN ITS CAVE 293 THE SENTIMENT INDICATORS ARE EARLY 295 THE TOP OF THE BULL MARKET 297 BEARISH DIVERGENCE AT THE 2007 TOP 299 THE BUBBLE POPS: MGM 300 SHORTING A HIGH-FLYER 302 A BEAR MARKET IS A DESTROYER OF VALUE 304 SWINGING IN AND OUT OF A MAJOR DOWNTREND 307 TRADING IN A DOWNCHANNEL 308 PREPARED FOR A SURPRISE 310 "BULL MARKETS HAVE NO RESISTANCE AND BEAR MARKETS HAVE NO SUPPORT" 312 FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS OR THE HOUND BARKS TWICE 315 MR. BUFFETT BUYS TOO SOON 317 MAY I POUR SOME GASOLINE ON YOUR FIRE? 319 KEEP SHORTING ON THE WAY DOWN 321 Chapter 10 Groping for a Bottom 325 THIS STOCK MARKET IS NOT GOING DOWN TO ZERO 325 A "DOUBLE HELIX" GIVES A BUY SIGNAL 327 JUST IN TIME FOR THE PARTY 328 MY FAVORITE MAJOR BOTTOM SIGNAL 331 SELLING A BULL 332 EVERY BULL STUMBLES 335 A SCREAMING SHORT 337 Conclusion 341 HANDLING PROFITS-THE PERSONAL DIVIDEND 342 THE ROAD INTO THE FUTURE 343 References 345 Acknowledgments 347 About the Author 349IPv6 Addressing 287 Subnetting 289 Multicasting 289 Link Local 290 Neighbor Discovery 290 Autoconfiguration 291 IPv6 and Quality of Service 291 IPv6 with IPv4 292 IPv6 Tunnels 293 Part IV: Tools HOUR 14: TCP/IP Utilities 301 Connectivity Problems 302 Protocol Dysfunction and Misconfiguration 302 Line Problems 310 Name Resolution Problems 310 Network Performance Problems 311 HOUR 15: Monitoring and Remote Access 323 Telnet 324 Berkeley Remote Utilities 326 Secure Shell 330 Remote Control 331 Network Management 332 Simple Network Management Protocol 333 Remote Monitoring 338 HOUR 16: Classic Services 345 HTTP 346 Email 347 FTP 347 Trivial File Transfer Protocol 352 File and Print Services 352 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 355 Part V: The Internet HOUR 17: The Internet: A Closer Look 365 How the Internet Looks 365 What Happens on the Internet 368 URIs and URLs 370 HOUR 18: HTTP, HTML, and the World Wide Web 375 What Is the World Wide Web? 375 Understanding HTML 378 Understanding HTTP 384 Scripting 387 Web Browsers 390 HOUR 19: The New Web 397 Web 2.0 397 Peer to Peer 402 IRC and IM 404 The Semantic Web 406 XHTML 408 HTML5 409 Part VI: TCP/IP At Work HOUR 20: Web Services 421 Understanding Web Services 421 XML 424 SOAP 425 WSDL 426 Web Service Stacks 427 REST 428 E-Commerce 431 HOUR 21: Email 437 What Is Email? 437 Email Format 438 How Email Works 440 Simple Mail Transfer Protocol 442 Retrieving the Mail 444 Email Clients 446 Webmail 449 Spam 450 HOUR 22: Streaming and Casting 457 The Streaming Problem 457 Multimedia Environments 459 Real-time Transport Protocol 459 Transport Options 462 Multimedia Links 463 Podcasting 465 Voice over IP 466 HOUR 23: Living in the Cloud 471 What Is the Cloud? 471 The User's Cloud 472 The IT Cloud 478 Future of Computing 484 HOUR 24: Implementing a TCP/IP Network: 7 Days in the Life of a Sys Admin 487 A Brief History of Hypothetical, Inc. 487 7 Days in the Life of Maurice 488 APPENDIX A: Answers to Quizzes and Exercises 501 INDEX 515BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BM BN BO BR BS BT BW BY BZ CC CD CF CG CH CI CK CL CM CN CO CR CS CU CV CX CY CZ DE DJ DK DM DO DZ EC EE EG EH ER ES ET FI FJ FK FM FO FR GA GD GE GF GH GI GL GM GN GP GQ GR GS GT GU GW GY HK HM HN HR HT HU ID IL IN IO IQ IS IT JM JO JP KE KG KH KI KM KN KP KR KW KY KZ LA LB LC LI LK LR LS LT LU LV LY MA MC MD MG MH MK ML MM MN MO MP MQ MR MS MT MU MV MW MX MY MZ NA NC NE NF NG NI NL NO NP NR NU OM PA PE PF PG PH PK PL PM PN PR PS PT PW PY QA RE RO RU RW SA SB SC SD SE SG SH SI SJ SK SL SM SN SO SR ST SV SY SZ TC TD TF TG TH TJ TK TL TM TN TO TR TT TV TW TZ UA UG UM UY UZ VA VC VE VG VI VN VU WF WS YE YT ZM ZWReflection and Confederation Migration Strategies. General Migration Strategies. Preparatory Steps. Identifying the Starting and Final Network Topologies. Identifying the Starting Router. Minimizing Traffic Loss. Case Study 1: iBGP Full Mesh to Route Reflection Migration. Starting Configurations and RIBs. Migration Procedures. Step 1: Select the Starting Core Router. Step 2: Create a New Peer Group for Clients, and Enable Route Reflection. Step 3: Move All Access Routers to the New Peer Group. Step 4: Move the Other Core Router to RR, and Add Access Routers as Clients. Step 5: Remove iBGP Sessions That Are No Longer Needed. Step 6: Repeat Steps 1 Through 5 for the Other POP. Step 7: Verify BGP Reachability for All Prefixes. Final BGP Configurations. Case Study 2: iBGP Full Mesh to Confederation Migration. Starting Configurations and RIBs. Migration Procedures. Step 1: Select R4 as the Starting Router and Move It out of the Forwarding Paths. Step 2: Replace R4's BGP Process with the Confederation Configuration and Update. All Routers. Step 3: Create iBGP Mesh Sessions and Intraconfederation eBGP Sessions. Step 4: Update the Configurations on R1 and R2 to Peer with R. Step 5: Move R6 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Put R4 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 6: Move R7 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Move R5 out of the. Forwarding Paths. Step 7: Move R5 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Put R5 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 8: Update the Peering with R5 on R1 and R. Step 9: Move R2 out of the Forwarding Paths, and Migrate R2 from Member AS 100. to Member AS. Step 10: Update the Peerings with R2 and Put R2 Back in the Forwarding Paths. Step 11: Move R3 from Member AS 100 to Member AS. Step 12: Move R1 from Member AS 100 to Member AS. Step 13: Update the Peering with R. Step 14: Verify BGP Reachability for All Prefixes. Case Study 3: Route Reflection to Confederation Migration. Starting Configurations. Migration Procedures. Step 1: Select R4 as the Starting Router and Move It out of the Forwarding Paths. Step 2: Migrate R4 from AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Update All Other Routers. with Confederation Configurations. Step 3: Create Intramember and Intermember AS Sessions on R. Step 4: Update the Peering on R1 and R. Step 5: Move R6 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Put R4 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 6: Move R7 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Move R5 out of the. Forwarding Paths. Step 7: Move R5 from Member AS 100 to Member AS 65001 and Put R5 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 8: Update the Peering with R. Step 9: Move R2 out of the Forwarding Paths and Migrate R2 from Member AS 100 to. Member AS. Step 10: Update the Peerings with R2, and Put R2 Back in the Forwarding Paths. Step 11: Move R3 from Member AS 100 to Member AS. Step 12: Move R1 from Member AS 100 to Member AS. Step 13: Update the Peerings with R. Step 14: Verify All the Routing Information. Case Study 4: Confederation to Route Reflection Migration. Starting Configurations. Migration Procedures. Step 1: Select R4 as the Starting Router and Move It out of the Forwarding Paths. Step 2: Migrate R4 to a New Member AS 100 and Make It a Route Reflector. Step 3: On R1 and R2, Add Member AS 100 to the Peers and Update the Peer-ings. with R. Step 4: Move R6 from Member AS 65001 to Member AS 100 and Put R4 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 5: Move R7 from Member AS 65001 to Member AS 100 and Move R5 out of the. Forwarding Paths. Step 6: Move R5 from Member AS 65001 to Member AS. Step 7: On R1 and R2, Update the Peerings with R5 and Put R5 Back in the. Forwarding Paths. Step 8: Move R2 out of the Forwarding Paths and Migrate R2 from Member AS 65000. to Member AS. Step 9: Update the Peering on R4 and R5 and Put R2 Back in the Forwarding Paths. Step 10: Move R3 from Member AS 65000 to Member AS. Step 11: Move R1 from Member AS 65000 to Member AS. Step 12: Update the Peering with R. Step 13: Remove the Confederation from the Configurations of All the Routers in. AS. Step 14: Verify BGP Reachability for All Prefixes. Summary. 9. Service Provider Architecture. General ISP Network Architecture. Interior Gateway Protocol Layout. Network Layout. The Network Core Layer. The Aggregation Layer. The Network Edge Layer. General BGP Settings. Network Addressing Methodology. Loopback Addressing. Link Addressing. Customer Addressing. Customer Connectivity. Customer BGP Peering. Static Route Redistribution. Identifying Customer Prefixes. Transit and Peering Overview. Transit Connectivity. Peering. Public Peering. Private Peering. ISP Tiers and Peering. BGP Community Design. Prefix Origin Tracking. Dynamic Customer Policy. Local Preference Manipulation. Controlling Upstream Prefix Advertisement. QoS Policy Propagation with BGP. Static Redistribution and Community Application. BGP Security Features. TCP MD5 Signatures for BGP Sessions. Peer Filtering. Graded Route Flap Dampening. Public Peering Security Concerns. Pointing Default. Third-Party Next Hop. GRE Tunneling. Case Study: Distributed Denial-of-Service Attack Mitigation. Dynamic Black Hole Routing. Final Edge Router Configuration Example. Summary. PART IV. IMPLEMENTING BGP MULTIPROTOCOL EXTENSIONS. 10. Multiprotocol BGP and MPLS VPN. BGP Multiprotocol Extension for MPLS VPN. Route Distinguisher and VPN-IPv4 Address. Extended Community Attribute. Route Target Extended Community. Route Origin Extended Community. Multiprotocol Reachability Attributes. Understanding MPLS Fundamentals. MPLS Labels. Label Exchange and LSP Setup. Forwarding Labeled Packets. Building MPLS VPN Architectures. Components of an MPLS VPN. VPN Routing/Forwarding Instance. VPNv4 Route and Label Propagation. Automatic Route Filtering. AS_PATH Manipulation. AS Override. Allow-AS. VPNs Across AS Borders. Inter-AS VPN. Back-to-Back VRF. Single-Hop Multiprotocol eBGP for VPNv. Multihop Multiprotocol eBGP for VPNv. Non-VPN Transit Provider for VPNv. Comparison of Various Inter-AS VPN Options. Carrier Supporting Carrier VPN. CSC for Full Internet Routes. Hierarchical VPN. BGP Confederations and MPLS VPN. Deployment Considerations. Scalability. Resource Consumption on PE Devices. Route Reflector Designs with MPLS VPN. Design Guidelines for RDs. Route Target Design Examples. Hub-and-Spoke VPN Topologies. Extranet VPN. Management VPN. Convergence. Provider Backbone Convergence. Site-to-Site Convergence. Case Study: Inter-AS VPN Using Multihop eBGP Between RRs and IPv4 Labels. Summary. 11. Multiprotocol BGP and Interdomain Multicast. Multicast Fundamentals. Multicast Distribution Trees. Multicast Group Notation. Shared Tree. Source Tree. Building Multicast Distribution Trees. Dense Mode. Sparse Mode. Interdomain Multicast. Multicast Source Discovery Protocol. Multicast NLRI in MP-BGP. mBGP/MSDP Interaction. Peer-RPF Checking Rule 1: i(m)BGP Session. Peer-RPF Checking Rule 2: e(m)BGP Session. Peer-RPF Checking Rule 3: No (m)BGP Session. Mesh Groups. Route Reflection Issues. Case Study: Service Provider Multicast Deployment. Anycast RP. Customer Configurations. MSDP Default Peer. Multiple Links, Same Upstream Provider. Multiple ISPs, Dedicated Unicast and Multicast. Multiple Upstream ISPs, Redundant Multicast. Interdomain Connections. Summary. 12. Multiprotocol BGP Support for IPv. IPv6 Enhancements. Expanded Addressing Capabilities. Autoconfiguration Capabilities. Header Simplification. Security Enhancements. QoS Capabilities. IPv6 Addressing. Anycast Address Functionality. General Address Format. Aggregatable Global Unicast Addresses. Local Addressing. Interface Identifiers. Special Addresses. MP-BGP Extensions for IPv6 NLRI. Dual-Stack Deployment. MP-BGP for IPv6 Deployment Considerations. Configuring MP-BGP for IPv. BGP Address Family Configuration. Injecting IPv6 Prefixes into BGP. Prefix Filtering for IPv. Case Study: Deploying a Dual-Stack IPv4 and IPv6 Environment. Initial IPv4 Network Topology. Initial Configurations. Planned IPv6 Overlay. IPv6 Network Topology. Final Configurations. Summary. V. APPENDIXES. Appendix A: Multiprotocol BGP Extensions for CLNS Support. Appendix B: Matrix of BGP Features and Cisco IOS Software Releases. Appendix C: Additional Sources of Information. Appendix D: Acronym Glossary. Index.