Basics Of Trading Systems
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  1. Trading Systems: Introduction
  2. Trading Systems: What Is A Trading System?
  3. Trading Systems: Designing Your System - Part 1
  4. Trading Systems: Designing Your System - Part 2
  5. Trading Systems: Constructing A System
  6. Trading Systems: Troubleshooting And Optimization
  7. Trading Systems: Conclusion

Trading Systems: Introduction


It seems that everywhere you look, you see advertisements for software promising accurate buy and sell signals and profits with every trade - all with minimal time and effort. Ads like these can make trading systems look like scams aimed at your pocketbook. Is this stereotype justified? Or can trading systems offer viable methods of trading?

This tutorial addresses these questions and defines what a trading system is, and what it takes to design and implement one. If you are thinking of adopting a trading system, this is the place to learn about the skills and resources you'll need to do it.

The next section starts our study off by defining what trading systems are, outlining their components and discussing their advantages and disadvantages.
Trading Systems: What Is A Trading System?

  1. Trading Systems: Introduction
  2. Trading Systems: What Is A Trading System?
  3. Trading Systems: Designing Your System - Part 1
  4. Trading Systems: Designing Your System - Part 2
  5. Trading Systems: Constructing A System
  6. Trading Systems: Troubleshooting And Optimization
  7. Trading Systems: Conclusion
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