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The Profitable Art and Science of Vibratrading: Non-Directional Vibrational Trading Methodologies for Consistent Profits

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Author Mark Lim introduces his proprietary Vibratrading system for equity traders and investors

Vibratrading introduces a new and revolutionary perspective to trading and investing, with a powerful methodology to extract profit in every type of market environment. It is a non-directional methodology that will appeal greatly to the vast amount of directional traders who consistently struggle to keep from losing their trading account. It provides a better and indeed safer way to participate in the markets for consistent profits. You now have the unfair advantage.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright
  4. Acknowledgments
  5. Introduction
    1. Layout
  6. Chapter 1: Challenges to Conventional Trading and Investing
    1. Directional vs. Non-Directional Methodology
    2. Problem of Maintaining Long-Term Consistent Positive Expectancy
    3. Predictive vs. Reactive Approaches to Risk in Trading
    4. Trader Inactivity and Volatile Price Activity
    5. Subjectivity vs. Objectivity in Trading and Investing
    6. Filtering and Trade Signals
  7. Chapter 2: Understanding the Basics of Order Entry
    1. Common Trading Terminology and Definitions
    2. Common Orders
    3. Entry Orders for Bounded Vibrational Trading
  8. Chapter 3: The Objectives of Vibratrading
    1. Vibratrading as an Income Strategy
    2. Introduction to the Components of Vibratrading
    3. Main Components of Vibratrading
    4. Meaning of the SISO and SOSI Acronyms
    5. Basic Scaling Entries and Exits
  9. Chapter 4: Controlling Risk in Vibratrading
    1. Types of Risk
    2. Risk Control Mechanisms
  10. Chapter 5: The Mechanics of Equity-Based Price Action
    1. Equity-Based Calculations
    2. Market Value vs. Profit Potential
    3. Price Leverage Ratio (PLR)
    4. Money Leverage Ratio (MLR)
    5. Buying Leverage Ratio (BLR)
    6. Account Leverage Ratio (ALR)
    7. Calculating the Initial and Current Market Value
  11. Chapter 6: The Mechanics of Securitization and Monetization
    1. Monetizing in Margin and Non-Margin Accounts
    2. Securitizing Profits and Risk Capital
    3. The Basic Principles of Price Action
    4. The Effects of Negative Spread Bias on Reward to Risk Ratio
    5. Hedged Price Action Principles
  12. Chapter 7: The Principles of Boundedness
    1. Capital Boundedness
    2. Directional Boundedness
    3. Range Boundedness
    4. Order Entry Boundedness
  13. Chapter 8: The Mechanics and Dynamics of Vibratrading
    1. Vibrational Operations, Mechanisms, and Constructs
    2. The Scale Factor
    3. Capstone Mechanisms
    4. The Macrososi Vibrational Mechanism
    5. Macrosimo Mechanism (Upbuy - Upsell)
  14. Chapter 9: Pyramidal-Based Vibrational Mechanisms
    1. Microsiso
    2. Interval Slip-through
    3. Macrosiso
    4. Extracting Macrosiso Vibrational Profits
    5. The “Arbitrary” Vibrational Construct
    6. Upside Bounded Macrosiso and Microsiso
    7. Unbounded Upside Macrosiso Mechanism
    8. Unbounded Hedged Vibrational Constructs
  15. Chapter 10: Diversification in Vibratrading
    1. Bounded Versus Unbounded Zero Test Level Event
    2. The Six Levels of Diversification
  16. Chapter 11: Volatility Matching
    1. Historical Range Volatility (HRV)
    2. Event Trading (High Volatility Trading)
    3. Range Zoning (Medium to Low Volatility Trading)
  17. Chapter 12: Putting It All Together, Finally!
    1. The Return Characteristics of Vibrational Constructs
    2. A Brief Guide to Understanding the Scale Analysis Tables
    3. Introduction to Vibradirectional Techniques
    4. Calculating Working and Running Capital within Vibrational Grids
    5. Free Swing with Constant Capital per Level with Type 1 (Roll to Break-Even)
    6. Gaps in the Grids
    7. The Balance between Opportunity Cost and Profitability
    8. Free Styling across Multiple Levels without Risk Freeing
    9. Unbounded Bidirectional Profit Capture Constructs
    10. The “Big Hedge” Technique
    11. The “Small Hedge”
    12. The Upside Short Hedge
    13. Zero Cost Hedging Technique for “Loading the Matrix”
    14. More Constructs
    15. Exiting With Profit
  18. Chapter 13: The Vibrational Vehicles
    1. Characteristics of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
    2. Types of Risk Associated with ETFs
    3. Funds to Avoid In Vibrational Trading
    4. The Replicated ETF Portfolio
  19. Chapter 14: Comparison with Other Trading Systems
    1. Vibratrading vs. Scale Trading
    2. Vibratrading vs. Dollar Cost Averaging
    3. Vibratrading vs. Value Averaging
    4. Vibratrading vs. Buy and Hold
    5. Vibratrading vs. Directional Trading
  20. Chapter 15: Profiting from Non–Vibrational Flatline Price Action
    1. The Basis for Non-Directionality
    2. Riskless Short Options Trades
    3. Using Short Options in Vibratrading
  21. Chapter 16: Summary of Vibratrading
    1. The Two Rules of Vibratrading
    2. A Quick Recap
    3. Choosing a Vibratrading Construct
    4. The Importance of a Balanced Pyramidal Structure
    5. Conclusion
  22. Index