(From The Jacket) – The DeMark indicators are sophisticated “stand alone” market-timing tools, but they can also be used with more traditional technical studies such as: Moving Averages, Momentum Oscillators, Trendlines, Fibonacci Retracements, and Elliott Wave.
Differentiating between trading ranges and trend exhaustion is a problem that has long plagued traders in every market sector. In a sea of predominantly trend-following technical studies, one set of contrarian market-timing indicators stands out from the rest, precisely because it is predictive: DeMark indicators were designed specifically to anticipate trend reversals. Their creator, Tom DeMark, has served as consultant to such revered money managers as George Soros, Paul Tudor Jones, and Steven A. Cohen.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Chapter 1 – TD Sequential: Defining The Trend And Identifying Exhaustion Points
- Chapter 2 – TD Combo
- Chapter 3 – TD D-Wave
- Chapter 4 – TD Lines
- Chapter 5 – TD Retracements
- Chapter 6 – TD Trend Factor And TD Propulsion
- Chapter 7 – TD Oscillators
- Chapter 8 – TD Moving Averages
- Chapter 9 – TD Range Projection, TD Range Expansion Breakout, And TD Channels
- Chapter 10 – Short-Term Indicators: TD Differential, TD Reverse Differential, And TD Anti-Differential
- Chapter 11 – TD Waldo Patterns
- Chapter 12 – Putting It All Together
- Chapter 13 – Learning The DeMark Indicators