New Technical Indicators In Python

New Technical Indicators in Python
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What is this book all about?This book is a modest attempt at presenting a more modern version of Technical Analysis based on objective measures rather than subjective ones. A sizeable chunk of this beautiful type of analysis revolves around technical indicators which is exactly the purpose of this book. I believe it is time to be creative and invent our own indicators that fit our profiles. Having had more success with custom indicators than conventional ones, I have decided to share my findings. The following chapters present new indicators that are the fruit of my research as well as indicators created by brilliant people. I also include the functions to create the indicators in Python and provide how to best use them as well as back-testing results. What am I going to gain?You will gain exposure to many new indicators and concepts that will change the way you think about trading and you will find yourself busy experimenting and choosing the strategy that suits you the best. How is it organized?The order of chapters is not important, although reading the introductory technical chapter is helpful. The book is divided into three parts: part 1 deals with trend-following indicators, part 2 deals with contrarian indicators, part 3 deals with market timing indicators, and finally, part 4 deals with risk and performance indicators.What do you mean when you say this book is dynamic and not static?This means that everything inside gets updated regularly with new material on my Medium profile. I always publish new findings and strategies. Make sure to follow me.What level of knowledge do I need to follow this book?Although a basic or a good understanding of trading and coding is considered very helpful, it is not necessary. At the beginning of the book, I have included a chapter that deals with some Python concepts, but this book is not about Python.

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  • Author : Sofien Kaabar
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2021-02-18

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  • Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Release Date : 2017

WANT A NON-CODING JOB AT A TECH COMPANY? Interested in product management, marketing, strategy, or business development? The tech industry is the place to be: nontechnical employees at tech companies outnumber their engineering counterparts almost 3 to 1 (Forbes, 2017). You might be worried that your lack of coding skills or tech industry

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