The Quantifiable Edges Guide To Fed Days

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About the author:
Rob Hanna is a full-time market professional. He has served as president of Hanna Capital Management, LLC since 2001. From 2003 to 2007 his column "Rob Hanna's Putting It All Together" could be found twice a week on TradingMarkets.com. In January of 2008 Rob began Quantifiable Edges. The website, subscriber letter, and blog focus on assessing market action through indicators and history. Rob utilizes indicators based on price, volume, breadth, volatility, sentiment, and seasonality. Some are well known and publicly available and others are proprietary. The frequent historical market studies he publishes in both his blog and newsletters help to provide a foundation for his market analysis and trading bias.

The Quantifiable Edges Guide To Fed Days
 

Authored by Robert B. Hanna

Eight times every year the Federal Reserve holds a meeting. At the conclusion of that meeting they may announce policy changes and provide their outlook on the economy. On Wall St. these announcements are often highly anticipated. For years traders have tried to game the Fed announcement.

The Quantifiable Edges Guide To Fed Days shows in great detail the historical tendencies surrounding these events. From prior to the Fed Day, to action on that day, to the days following, Rob Hanna shows where the greatest trading edges lie through detailed historical analysis.

This guide goes far beyond any previously published Fed Day associated work in the Quantifiable Edges blog or subscriber letters.

In addition to Rob's detailed analysis there is also a special section on Fed Day gap trading by Master the Gap President, Scott Andrews. Further, the epilogue by Tom McClellan of McClellan Financial Publications provides readers additional insight into the history and evolution of these edges.


Publication Date:
2010-06-10
ISBN/EAN13:
1453613587 / 9781453613580
Page Count:
68
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Language:
English
Color:
Full Color
Related Categories:
Business & Economics / Personal Finance / Investing




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