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DiNapoli Levels, the most comprehensive book ever published on the practical application of Fibonacci Analysis to the Price Axis, DiNapoli style. 300 Pages of trading techniques. $162

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Eighteen years in formulation, 18 months in the making, professional trader, lecturer, and author, Joe DiNapoli, tells it all in his first full length 8.5 by 11, 300 page book.

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What's in the book: Book Table Of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABOUT THE TITLE
PREFACE or SO WHY THIS BOOK AND WHY NOW?
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1
TRADING METHODS JUDGMENTAL VS. NON-JUDGMENTAL TRADING SYSTEMS POSITION TRADING VS. INTRADAY TRADING


GENERAL DISCUSSION
LET’S DO A REALITY CHECK
NON-JUDGMENTAL TRADING APPROACHES
WOULDN’T IT BE NICE
THE REALITY
JUDGMENTAL TRADING APPROACHES
WOULD IT BE NICE
THE REALITY
SOME HISTORY
HEROES
SYSTEM FAILURE
APPRENTICESHIP
MORE ON JUDGMENTAL TRADING APPROACHES
SUMMARY
ASPECTS OF JUDGMENTAL TRADING
ASPECTS OF NON-JUDGMENTAL TRADING
ASPECTS OF NON-JUDGMENTAL AND JUDGMENTAL TRADING
POSITION TRADING VS. INTRADAY TRADING
DISADVANTAGES OF INTRADAY TRADING
ADVANTAGES OF INTRADAY TRADING
AN ALTERNATIVE

CHAPTER 2
PREREQUISITES, GROUND RULES AND DEFINITIONS

TREND
DIRECTION
MOVEMENT
FAILURE
LEADING INDICATORS
LAGGING INDICATORS
LOGICAL PROFIT OBJECTIVES
TIME FRAME
CONFIRMED & UNCONFIRMED SIGNALS
MISTAKES
TRADING WELL
THE TRADING PLAN
SUMMARY

CHAPTER 3
THE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS OF A SUCCESSFUL TRADING APPROACH

MONEY AND SELF MANAGEMENT
MARKET MECHANICS
TREND AND DIRECTIONAL ANALYSIS
OVERBOUGHT AND OVERSOLD ANALYSIS
MARKET ENTRY TECHNIQUES (LEADING INDICATORS)
MARKET EXIT TECHNIQUES (LEADING INDICATORS)
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
SECTION 2: CONTEXT

CHAPTER 4
TREND ANALYSIS DISPLACED MOVING AVERAGES


GENERAL DISCUSSION
DISPLACED MOVING AVERAGES
ADVANTAGES AND USE
SPECIFIC VALUES DEFINED
TIME FRAME APPLICABILITY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ADVANCED COMMENTS

CHAPTER 5
TREND ANALYSIS MACD/STOCHASTIC COMBINATION
GENERAL DISCUSSION
PROGRAMS, PROGRAMMERS, AND PROBLEMS
WILL THE RIGHT STOCHASTIC STAND UP
LANE (RAW) STOCHASTIC
FAST STOCHASTICS
SLOW (PREFERRED) STOCHASTICS
MODIFIED MOVING AVERAGE
MODIFIED STOCHASTIC
THE STOCHASTIC
THE PREFERRED STOCHASTIC
MARKET-ALIGNED VS TIME-ALIGNED BARS
THE DATA SAMPLE
PROGRAMMERS AND UPGRADES
USING THE STOCHASTIC
IMPLEMENTING THE MACD (DEMA) STOCHASTIC COMBINATION
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
SUMMARY
CHAPTER 6
DIRECTIONAL INDICATORS
9 POWER PATTERNS FOR HIGH PROBABILITY TRADING SIGNALS
GENERAL DISCUSSION
THE "DOUBLE REPENETRATION" SIGNAL OR "DOUBLE REPO"
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
THE "DOUBLE REPO FAILURE"
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
THE "SINGLE PENETRATION" OR THE "BREAD AND BUTTER" SIGNAL
PATTERN FAILURES
THE "HEAD AND SHOULDER FAILURE"
THE "TRIANGLE BREAKOUT FAILURE" OR "OOPS"
"FADING POPULARITY" OR "THE VULTURES DELIGHT"
THE "RAILROAD TRACK"
"LOOL-ALIKES"
"STRETCH"
THE "FIB SQUAT"
FILTERING THE "FIB SQUAT"
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CHAPTER 7
OVERBOUGHT & OVERSOLD OSCILLATORS: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN’T, AND WHY
GENERAL DISCUSSION
THE STOCHASTIC
THE MACD
THE RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX (RSI)
THE COMMODITY CHANNEL INDEX (CCI)
THE DETRENDED OSCILLATOR
USING THE DETRENDED OSCILLATOR
VOLATILITY BREAKOUT
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
THE OSCILLATOR PREDICTOR
SUMMARY

SECTION 3: CONTEXT

CHAPTER 8
FIBONACCI ANALYSIS, BASIC

GENERAL DISCUSSION
A LITTLE HISTORY
DERIVATION
GUIDE POSTS
BASIC RETRACEMENT ANALYSIS UTILIZING THE TWO MAJOR RATIOS .382 AND .618
BASIC FIBONACCI EXPANSION ANALYSIS UTILIZING THE THREE MAJOR EXPANSION RATIOS .618, 1.0, AND 1.618
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CHAPTER 9
DINAPOLI LEVELS INTRODUCTION & CAUTIONS

ELLIOTT WAVE PRINCIPAL DINAPOLI LEVELS
DEFINITIONS
MARKET SWING
REACTION NUMBER or POINT
FOCUS NUMBER
FIBNODE or NODE
OBJECTIVE POINT
CONFLUENCE
LINEAGE MARKINGS
LOGICAL PROFIT OBJECTIVE
AGREEMENT
FIB SERIES
DINAPOLI LEVELS OR D-LEVELS
EXAMPLES
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
THE PROPORTIONAL DIVIDER

CHAPTER 10
DINAPOLI LEVELS MULTIPLE FOCUS NUMBERS & MARKET SWINGS

MULTIPLE MARKET SWINGS
ADVANCED COMMENTS
EVEN MORE FOCUS NUMBERS
TIME FRAME’S IMPACT ON FOCUS NUMBERS
LESS IS MORE
PRUNING THE FIB SERIES: ELIMINATING INACTIVE FIBNODES

CHAPTER 11
TRADING WITH DINAPOLI LEVELS

GENERAL DISCUSSION
MOVING THE TIME FRAME
AN IDEALIZED TRADING EXAMPLE
ADVANCED COMMENTS
D-LEVELÔ EXPANSION ANALYSIS & LPOs
MORE ON STOP PLACEMENT
PRESENTATION
FIBNODES PRINTOUTS
DOW EXAMPLE
FIBNODES OBJECTIVE PRINTOUTS
AGREEMENT ON THE BOND CONTINUATION
HIDDEN D-LEVELS
ADVANCED COMMENTS
USING FIBONACCI ANALYSIS TO DEFINE MARKET MOVEMENT

CHAPTER 12
TYING IT TOGETHER A BASIC EXAMPLE

SCENARIO 1
SCENARIO 2
ADVANCED COMMENTS
NOW LET’S GET BACK TO REALITY
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CHAPTER 13
FIBONACCI TACTICS

GENERAL DISCUSSION
BONSAI: AN ENTRY AND STOP PLACEMENT TECHNIQUE
BUSHES: AN ENTRY AND STOP PLACEMENT TECHNIQUE
MINESWEEPER A: AN ENTRY AND STOP PLACEMENT TECHNIQUE
MINESWEEPER B: AN ENTRY AND STOP PLACEMENT TECHNIQUE
ENTRY TACTICS USED ON AN HOURLY S&P
THE TRADE CONTINUES
WASH AND RINSE: A CONFIDENCE BUILDER
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

CHAPTER 14
AVOIDING A TYPICAL MISTAKE

GENERAL DISCUSSION
YEARLY BOND EXAMPLE
THE BROADER PICTURE: D-LEVELSÔ ANALYSIS AND REAL ESTATE MARKETS
A QUESTION

CHAPTER 15
MORE MARKET EXAMPLES

A LONG TERM SOYBEAN MEAL TRADE
GENERAL DISCUSSION
THE CONTEXT FOR THE TRADE
TRADE IMPLEMENTATION
THE TRADE CONTINUES
IMPORTANT POINTS TO NOTE
ADVANCED COMMENTS
WAS A MISTAKE MADE?
MORE EASY PICKENS
A SHORT TERM S&P TRADE
GENERAL DISCUSSION
TREND ANALYSIS
OVERBOUGHT AND OVERSOLD ANALYSIS
DIRECTIONAL ANALYSIS
TRADE IMPLEMENTATION
THE TRADE PSYCHOLOGY
HOW MARKET MECHANICS AFFECT THIS TRADE
ADVANCED COMMENTS

EPILOGUE

APPENDIX

APPENDIX A

CALCULATIONS AND CHART LOCATION FOR THE 3X3 DISPLACED MOVING AVERAGE
DEFINITION
EXAMPLE

APPENDIX B

RUNNING FIBNODES AND TRADESTATION AT THE SAME TIME
WINDOWS 3.1 USERS
WINDOWS 95 USERS

APPENDIX C FIBNODES

SETUP FOR ASPEN GRAPHICS USERS
WINDOWS 3.1
WINDOWS 95
TO OVERLAY FIBNODES ON ASPEN GRAPHICS
TO VIEW FIBNODES AND ASPEN GRAPHICS SIDE-BY-SIDE ("TILED" ON YOUR SCREEN)

APPENDIX D

TRADESTATION INPUTS TO SIMULATE STUDIES TAUGHT IN DINAPOLI LEVELS
MOVING AVERAGE CONVERGENCE DIVERGENCE (MACD)
DISPLACED MOVING AVERAGES
DETRENDED OSCILLATOR
PREFERRED STOCHASTIC
PREFERRED SLOW %D USER FUNCTION
PREFERRED STOCHASTIC INDICATOR
PREPROGRAMMED TRADESTATIONÒ STOCHASTIC INDICATORS AND FUNCTIONS

APPENDIX E

FORMULAS AND STUDIES
LANE FAST STOCHASTIC
FAST STOCHASTIC
FAST STOCHASTIC USING THE MODIFIED MOVING AVERAGE (MAV) FOR SMOOTHING
FAST STOCHASTICS
THE PREFERRED (SLOW) STOCHASTIC
MOVING AVERAGE CONVERGENCE DIVERGENCE (MACD) FORMULA
EXPONENTIAL MOVING AVERAGES

APPENDIX F

FIBNODES
HOW FIBNODES WORKS
OPERATING SYSTEM
FIBNODES REQUIREMENTS
COST
FIBNODES FEATURES

APPENDIX G

THE OSCILLATOR PREDICTOR
OPTION 1: USES SELECTS OSCILLATOR PROGRAM CALCULATES PRICE
THE OSCILLATOR PREDICTOR AS APPLIED TO THE SHORT TERM S&P TRADE


APPENDIX H

SHORT TERM S&P TRADE, FROM CHAPTER 15, TIME & SALES, (AFTER THE "HEAT OF BATTLE").

APPENDIX I

CONTINUOUS CONTRACT CREATION

APPENDIX J

COAST INVESTMENT SOFTWARE, INC. PRODUCTS & SERVICES
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REFERENCE MATERIAL

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