Beyond Technical Analysis: How to Develop and Implement a Winning Trading System by Tushar S. Chande

Beyond Technical Analysis is in its own way a unique Forex book. It doesn’t offer its readers some specific trading strategies or methods of technical analysis, or anything else of this type that can be found in many other books related to the financial trading. Beyond Technical Analysis shows traders how to create their own strategies based on the methods of technical analysis that work in Forex, futures and equities markets. This Forex book starts off with creating a trading system and ends with a picking a right system for the particular market and conditions. This book is recommended for the advanced traders as it will require some basic knowledge of the trading and familiarity with the trading software, for which the system is going to be developed. It includes the following chapters: developing and implementing trading systems, principles of trading system design, foundations of system design, developing new trading systems, developing trading system variations, equity curve analysis, ideas for money management, data scrambling and a system for trading.

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  1. Rick:

    Even though Chande is a highly respected technical analyst, his book seems to be missing something. He does, indeed manage to bring up some trading concepts which manage to hold the reader’s attention, but the mechanism on which they are based seems to be fragile to say the least. His concepts could probably be used by somebody and possibly be taken to a higher level by making better systems based on them and then writing them in a better way.
    To be clearer, considering the “channel-break pullback” pattern mentioned in his book, it is actually a very applicable hypothesis. In spite of its brilliance, it fails to be applied in a proper way to a break-out and pull¬-back in a real life scenario. The assumptions seem to be taken in a very lax manner as the market conditions haven’t been taken into consideration in a proper way and its behavior has just been predicted out of nowhere.
    The book has left me very unhappy and I expected a lot more after paying so much for it. My final conclusion is that the systems mentioned in this book will not help you a great deal.

  2. Killroy:

    Chande has tried to go a step ahead of the usual books on technical analysis and talks about some of the extremely fine points of trading. Regrettably so but the author has stuck to the prototype of just a single contract/market at a single point in time. The resultant is that the conclusions he draws are not all very dependable. This is unfortunate as he has made a serious effort to take trading to a higher platform. An extremely binding read but the results should be interpreted at your own risk.

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