Trading with DiNapoli Levels by Joe DiNapoli

Trading with DiNapli Levels is a trading book by Joe DiNapoli that describes a certain complex technical indicator that he has invented and that is usually called DiNapoli levels. The whole indicator is based on the Fibonacci levels and is some way is just a method of application of the Fibonacci levels to the particular market conditions. This book will be more interesting to the investors or the long-term Forex traders as the indicator is best applied to the position trading rather than the intraday trading. Some knowledge of the technical analysis and the basic indicators is required to properly understand this book. But the method that is given here is explained very well. Knowing Fibonacci levels is a plus, but those are explained in this book too.

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  1. James:

    I attended a seminar given by the book’s author Joe DiNapoli but I have to admit that most of the topics he spoke about were far beyond my level of understanding. But I found myself very inquisitive and I wanted to know more about the Fibonacci Trading levels. That was when I decided to buy this book so that I could involve this method into my trading methods. This appears to be a very simple book but as you progress beyond the third chapter the level of difficulty keeps getting more complicated. Some basic knowledge regarding technical analysis is required before you begin reading this book. You cannot expect the author to stop and explain to you basic terms like MACD, moving averages etc.
    Some chapters in the book, like the one on Directional Indicators, are slightly challenging and require that you have some basic idea regarding the Fibinacci and DiNapoli indicators. Joe makes a serious attempt to classify all his teachings into pre-defined classifications but at times this makes the theory appear unclear. I have still been unable to interpret what he tries to say regarding some indicators even after I have familiarized myself with the DiNapoli levels. I intend to take a look at the examples and illustrations as I have been told that they are of great help. If you plan to read this book I would advise you to be patient with it. It may take two to three readings before you finally begin to grasp what the author is trying to teach you. If you are good in mathematical techniques the understanding of some parts will be easier for you though it is not an essential condition. Being an electronics engineer, along with having a telecommunications degree, it was relatively pretty simple for me as I have been involved with highly advanced mathematical techniques.
    This is a brilliant book but it will take reasonable amount of time to master. I have applied some methods that I picked up from the book successfully but I still feel I have a lot to learn from it. Buy this book only if feel you can be patient and re-read some parts. If you don’t have the time it is advisable you go for a book which approaches the topic in a more basic way.

  2. Patrick:

    Joe DiNapoli has developed some exclusive trading techniques all of which he shares with his readers in this book. It has been clearly written and the language he uses is very simple. He approaches each topic in a very no-nonsense and direct way without deviating from the topic. His methods regarding the Fibonacci Levels are enlightening but not for everybody. In my opinion, this book is more for swing traders rather than the day trading variety.
    At some points in his book, he does seem to be a little unclear with respect to his entry/exit strategies and when the time comes to actually apply these theories into your methods, you are bound to be a little confused. This book is worth a try but keep in mind that it may or may not work for you.
    Good luck reading!

  3. jude ihemanma:

    I found you as a trusted and reliable mentor, and wound found your mentorship treasurable in my trading career.

    Thank you.