Electronic markets have changed the trading landscape.
This sitemap represents the page structure of the site.
Each page contains a number of related trading topics.
Roadmaps a-k and l-z, provide for the selection of a single topic.
In many cases a topic on one page relates to a topic located on another page.
An objective of the site is to demonstrate the trading relationship between topics.
An overview of how this may be navigated is contained in siteworks section 1
The sitemap link at the top of each page will return here.
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For those who need to know. The answers are here. If you look for them.
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Page Index section 1.0 site works overview, aims of the site, inside the 'holy grail'. section 2.0 introduction, a million ways, spi behaviour, mis-pricing, pre-market section 3.0 probability, visual observation, perception and mechanical systems section 4.0 origins, supply and demand, collective behaviour, trading bunkers section 5.0 methodology, hitters, sitters, counting elephants, data fragmentation section 6.0 reference material, pattern recognition systems, group decisions section 7.0 about us, background, what goes round comes round, disclaimer section 8.0 electronic trading, system strategies, quantum and games theories section 9.0 linda bradford raschke on mechanical systems section 10 technical analysis under real-time conditions, stochastic motion section 11 education, training, and practice facilities. where are they. section 12 inside trading, jobbing, permutations, icebergs, lock-step effect, untouchables section 13 volume effect, market depth section 14 screen shots and explanations. section 15 products, software, self-training, download replay system section 16 pre-open, pre-market, procedures. section 17 methodology applied to trading the dow - ideas from down under. section 18 vacuum effect, zig-zag effect, when the selling stops. section 19 components of trading, the nuts and bolts. section 20 supply and demand in electronic markets - theory. section 21 supply and demand in electronic markets - practical. section 22 proprietary trading - how it's done. section 23 control zone. section 24 algorithmic trading, mechanical systems. section 25 sweeping the market, the effect of robots. section 26 products, services, consulting, fee schedule. section 27 a history of development - we were first - others followed. section 28 market making, the market maker, the dancing elephant. section 29 consulting. section 40 sources of streaming futures data for spi. section 41 robots out of control. section 42 tapereading solutions and opinions. section 43 specific topics on trading research e-documents. section 44 financial planning in australia and financial advisors. section 45 high frequency trading systems and the lone-trader. section 49 intellectual property, donations.
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