More than any other book by Larry Connors, Short Term Trading Strategies: A Quantified Guide to Trading Stocks and ETFs, provides tested, quantified answers to the key questions that short term traders need to know in order to successfully trade stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in the short term:
“Which performs better? A stock that has just made short term highs? Or a stock that has just made short term lows?”
“Does the VIX (the CBOE Volatility Index) really work? If so, how can short term traders best take advantage of it?”
“How can I know if a market is in a bull mode – when I should be buying – or in a bear mode – when I should be in cash or selling short?”
“Can the market be timed accurately with a high probability of success?”
“Which technical indicators are most valuable for short term traders?”
“If I trade stocks, can I use the same strategies to trade exchange-traded funds (ETFs)?”
“I always get stopped out when I try to trade short term. Is there a better way to trade?”
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End of Month Strategy signals helped short term traders take advantage of a pullback in equity index ETFs like the ^SPY^ during the final days of 2009 and the first few days of 2010.
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David Penn is Editor in Chief at TradingMarkets.com.