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Learn Stock Index Futures from Scratch: A Beginner's Guide, Trading Methods, and Practical Guides (Collection Edition)
Publication time: 2015
Introduction The author has long been engaged in the actual trading and writing of stocks and futures. He has been engaged in computer software development since 2000. He is proficient in computer expertise and has participated in software development teams such as financial information software, warehouse inventory, and large databases; 2003 He started stock trading in 2007 and managed wealth management in the 2007s, all of which have maintained good returns. He started writing books in 2007, covering securities products such as stocks and futures. After entering the stock market, he read a lot of technical and classic books with a wide range of knowledge. During that time, he wrote a lot of analytical articles, laying a solid foundation for future writing.
Chapter 1 Contacting Stock Index Futures 1
1.1 Why Launch Stock Index Futures 1
1.1.1 What is stock index futures 2
1.1.2 The role of stock index futures 2
1.2 Background of Stock Index Futures 3
1.2.1 Origin of Stock Index Futures 3
1.2.2 Development of Stock Index Futures 4
1.3 The charm of stock index futures trading 5
1.3.1 Stock index futures trading is two-way (the long and short mechanisms coexist) 5
1.3.2 There is leverage effect of fund amplification 6
1.4 What is an index 8
1.4.1 What is Index 8
1.4.2 Index Compiling Method 8
1.4.3 What is the role of the index 9
1.5 International Famous Stock Market Price Index 10
1.5.1 Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq Composite, S & P 10
1.5.2 London Financial Times Index 11
1.5.3 Nikkei Index 11
1.5.4 Hong Kong Hang Seng Index 11
1.6 Understanding the composition of the domestic stock market and the corresponding indices 12
1.6.1 Mainland Stock Market Structure 12
1.6.2 What are A shares and what are B shares 13
1.6.3 What are the price indices reflecting the mainland stock market 13
1.7 Detailed CSI 300 Index 14
1.7.1 What is the CSI 300 Index 15
1.7.2 Composition of CSI 300 Stocks 15
Chapter 2 Principles of Futures Trading 27
2.1 The rudiment of futures trading-forward ** 27
2.1.1 Generation of long-term **
2.1.2 Characteristics of long-term **
2.1.3 Functions of Long-term **
2.1.4 Disadvantages of Forward ** Trading 31
2.2 Emergence and Development of Foreign Futures Markets 31
2.2.1 Generation of foreign futures markets 32
2.2.2 Development of Foreign Futures Markets 34
2.3 The emergence and development of China's futures market 35
2.3.1 Generation of domestic futures market 35
2.3.2 Development of the domestic futures market 36
2.4 Basic Features of Futures Trading 37
2.4.1 Futures ** Standardization 37
2.4.2 Transaction Centralization
2.4.3 Two-way trading and hedging mechanisms
2.4.4 Margin System and Leverage Mechanism 38
2.4.5 Daily debt-free settlement system 39
2.4.6 The daily limit system 39
2.5 Differences between futures trading, spot trading and forward trading 40
2.5.1 Differences between futures trading and spot trading 40
2.5.2 Differences between Futures Trading and Forward Trading 41
2.6 Differences between Futures Trading and Stock Trading 43
2.6.1 Different economic functions
2.6.2 Different transaction purposes
2.6.3 Different profit mechanisms
2.6.4 Different market structure and transparency
2.6.5 Margin requirements differ
2.6.6 Summary
2.7 Detailed Classification of Futures 46
2.7.1 Agricultural futures 46
2.7.2 Metal Futures
2.7.3 Energy Futures 47
2.7.4 Interest Rate Futures
2.7.5 Currency Futures
2.7.6 Stock Index Futures (Stock Index Futures) 49
2.8 Introduction to Types of Futures Trading 49
2.8.1 Hedging
2.8.2 Speculation
2.8.3 Arbitrage
2.8.4 Summary
Chapter 3 Preparation for Domestic Stock Index Futures-How to Join the Market 52
3.1 Stock Index Futures Account Opening Needs Three Conditions
3.1.1 Funding thresholds 53
3.1.2 Threshold of experience
3.1.3 Test thresholds
3.2 Full account opening process 54
3.3 Understanding the Organizational Structure of the Futures Market 57
3.3.1 Futures market regulators
3.3.2 Futures Exchanges
3.3.3 China Futures Association 59
3.3.4 Futures Brokers
3.3.5 Futures Trader 59
3.4 Access to Stock Index Futures Account Opening Test Questions 59
3.4.1 Judgement Questions 60
3.4.2 Multiple Choice Questions
3.5 List of stock index futures investors that can open an account 65
Chapter 4 Preparations for Domestic Stock Index Futures-How to Trade in this Market 70
4.1 Know the terminology of stock index futures trading 70
4.2 Stock Index Futures Auction Method 75
4.2.1 Call Auction Method 75
4.2.2 Continuous bidding methods 76
4.3 Interpreting CSI 300 Index Futures ** 76
4.3.1 * Small change units 77
4.3.2 Month 77
4.3.3 * Later trading day 78
4.3.4 Trading time
4.3.5 Daily Price ** Volatility Limits 78
4.3.6 ** Value 78
4.4 Understanding the CSI 300 Index Futures Market Table 79
4.5 Clarifying the calculation method of the profit and loss of the capital account
4.5.1 Margin system and same-day debt-free system
4.5.2 How to calculate the profit and loss for the day 80
Chapter 5 Trading from Profits and Hedging 82
5.1 Basic Principles of Hedging
5.1.1 The spot price trend of the same commodity and the futures price trend tend to be the same 83
5.1.2 Futures ** prices will converge to the spot price when the delivery period is approaching 84
5.1.3 What is a Beta Coefficient?
5.1.4 Examples of hedging transactions 85
5.2 Basis 87
5.2.1 What Is the Basis?
5.2.2 Forward and reverse markets 87
5.2.3 Understanding the Expansion and Reduction of Basis 88
5.3 Understanding the Types of Hedging
5.3.1 Three types of hedging
5.3.2 Understanding Comprehensive Hedging
5.4 Relationship Between Basis and Hedging
5.5 One of the hedging methods: buy hedging firm explanation 92
5.5.1 What is a buy hedging 92
5.5.2 Explanation of Buy Hedging
5.5.3 Explanation of Buy Hedging
5.6 Hedging Method 2: Selling Hedging
5.6.1 What is a sell hedge?
5.6.2 Explanation of Selling Hedging
5.6.3 Explanation of Selling Hedging Disk 2 100
5.7 When will investors hedge?
5.8 Step-by-step implementation of hedging operations (four-step method) 103
5.8.1 Step **: Determine whether hedging should be performed
5.8.2 Step 2: Determine the buying and selling direction
5.8.3 Step 3: Determine the amount of ** to buy or sell 104
5.8.4 Step 4: Closing the Position and Calculating the Hedging Result 105
5.8.5 Using the "four-step method" to start a firm sale 106
Chapter 6 Dialectical Analysis of Value and Price
6.1 Correct Understanding of "Speculation" in Futures Trading 109
6.1.1 Overview of Stock Index Futures Speculation
6.1.2 Classification of Speculators of Stock Index Futures 111
6.1.3 The role of stock index futures speculation 112
6.1.4 Strategies for Speculative Stock Index Futures 114
6.2 Analyzing Index Trends from a Macroeconomic Perspective 114
6.2.1 Understanding the operation of the macro economy from the perspective of the economic operation cycle
6.2.2 Interpreting the Current Economic Situation with Specific Economic Indicators
6.2.3 Logical relationship between macroeconomic trends and stock index trends
6.3 Analysis of Index Trends from Policy Tendency 121
6.3.1 Interpretation of Bearish Policies Affecting the Stock Market 121
6.3.2 Interpretation of Positive Policies Affecting the Stock Market 122
6.4 Analyzing the Index Trend from the Perturbation of the Surrounding Market
Chapter 7 Step into the Palace of Technical Analysis and Take the Crown of Financial Markets 125
7.1 What is technical analysis?
7.1.1 What is a technical analysis method?
7.1.2 Fundamental Analysis and Technical Analysis
7.2 Why technical analysis works
7.2.1 Market behavior covers everything 127
7.2.2 Price Runs by Trend
7.2.3 History Repeats itself 128
7.3 Categories of Technical Analysis Methods
7.3.1 Classical Analysis
7.3.2 Morphological Analysis
7.3.3 Volume and Price Analysis
7.3.4 Technical Index Analysis Method 131
Chapter 8 Learning Classical Theories and Basic Skills in Technical Analysis 132
8.1 Dow Theory
8.1.1 What is a trend?
8.1.2 Core Principles of the Dow Theory
8.1.3 The stock average index is all-inclusive
8.1.4 Three Trends in Market Operation
8.1.5 The uptrend and downtrend are each divided into three stages.
8.1.6 Transaction Volume is a Verification of Trends
8.1.7 Once a trend is formed it will continue until a clear reversal signal is given
8.2 Wave Theory
8.2.1 What is wave theory?
8.2.2 Three Premise Assumptions of the Wave Theory
8.2.3 Four Basic Features of Wave Theory
8.2.4 Eight-Wave Cycle in the Stock Market 143
8.2.5 Wave Number Rules in Wave Theory
8.3 Gann Theory
8.3.1 Gann's 50% callback rule 147
8.3.2 Gann Cycle Theory
8.3.3 Gann's Wave Rule
8.3.4 Gann's Theory of Trading 150
8.3.5 Trading Rules Summarized by Gann Theory
8.4 Golden Ratio Theory
8.4.1 Value of the Golden Ratio in the Securities Market 154
8.4.2 How to Use the Golden Ratio
8.4.3 Deficiencies in the Golden Ratio
8.5 Box Theory
8.5.1 Core Content of Cabinet Theory
8.5.2 Using Box Theory to Develop Transactions 157
8.6 Adam's Theory
8.6.1 Core Ideas of Adam's Theory
8.6.2 Trading Using Adam's Theory
Chapter 9 Recognizes the K-line pattern and grasps the long and short conversion of the stock market
9.1 Mastering the Order of the Financial Market-Trends 162
9.1.1 How to Understand the Concept of Trends
9.1.2 Clarifying the Operating Characteristics of Trends
9.1.3 Grasping trends is the key to developing a buying and selling strategy 164
9.2 Identifying Trends Using the Moving Average and Predicting the Turn of the Trend 165
9.2.1 Moving Average Principle and Calculation Method 165
9.2.2 Using Moving Averages to Identify Uptrends
9.2.3 Characteristics of Moving Averages in Upward and Downward Trends
9.2.4 Using Moving Averages to Identify Downtrends
9.2.5 Features of Moving Averages When Downtrends Turn Up
9.3 Understanding the Market Through the Length of the Entity and the Shadow Line 170
9.3.1 Understanding the components of a single-day K-line 171
9.3.2 Interpreting the Meaning of Solid and Shadow Lines
9.3.3 Using the Dayang Line to Interpret the Contrast of Long and Short Market Powers 172
9.3.4 Using the Dayin Line to Interpret the Long and Short Market Contrast
9.3.5 Using Long Upper Shadow Lines to Grasp the Appearance of Periodic Vertices
9.3.6 Using Long Lower Shadow Lines to Grasp the Occurrence of Periodic Lows
9.4 Starting from the front-to-back positional relationship
9.4.1 The meaning of long and short market reflected in the spatial position relationship
9.4.2 Clouds are a signal of the end of a phased rise 183
9.4.3 Rain over sunny is a signal of the end of a period of decline 184
9.4.4 A pattern of highs is a sign of the end of a periodical rise 185
9.4.5 The low-level flat pattern is a signal of the end of a periodical decline 186
9.4.6 Being in a Rokko pattern is a signal of a phased reversal of price movements
9.4.7 Penetration is a signal of a phased reversal of price movements
9.5 Using the Three-day Combination Pattern to Grasp the Phased Reversal Trend 192
9.5.1 Red Samsung Signals End of Periodic Drop 193
9.5.2 Black Samsung Signals End of Periodic Rise
9.5.3 The Hammer Shape Is the Signal of the End of a Periodic Fall
9.5.4 The hat shape is the signal of the end of the phased fall 197
9.6 Using the Weekly K-line to See the Direction of Major Trends 198
9.6.1 Using Cycle K to See the Operation of the Rising Trend 199
9.6.2 Identifying the Appearance of the Top Using the Weekly Line 200
9.6.3 Using Cycle K to See the Operation of a Downward Trend 201
9.6.4 Identifying the Appearance of the Bottom Using the Weekly Line 203
9.7 What are the classic patterns at the bottom of the medium and long term?
9.7.1 A Bottom Exploration Pattern 204
9.7.2 The pattern of double bottom and triple bottom 206
9.7.3 Head and Shoulder Bottom Shape
9.7.4 Arc Bottom Shapes
9.7.5 Sloping Parallelogram Patterns
9.8 What are the classic patterns at the top of the medium and long term?
9.8.1 A Peaking Pattern
9.8.2 Two and Three Peaks
9.8.3 Head and Shoulder Patterns
9.8.4 Arc Top Patterns
9.8.5 Sloping Parallelogram Pattern 219
Chapter 10 Capturing Price Tracks from Changes in Volume and Energy 221
10.1 Quantity first is the top priority of technical analysis 221
10.1.1 Understanding the concept of volume in the stock index futures market 222
10.1.2 A direct reflection of "quantity": How is the market sentiment 222
10.1.3 Indirect reflection of "quantity": how is the relationship between supply and demand 223
10.1.4 Information Behind "Quantity": Investor Strength 223
10.1.5 Implications of "quantity": precursors to price movements 224
10.2 Revealing a cyclical process in the stock market through changes in volume and energy 225
10.2.1 Volume Pattern at the Bottom of the Stock Market 225
10.2.2 Initial volume pattern after rising bottom 227
10.2.3 Volume Patterns of Stock Market Rising Waves 228
10.2.4 Volume Patterns at the End and Top of the Stock Market Rise 230
10.2.5 Volume Patterns on the Way to Stock Market Decline 232
10.3 Master Eight Volume-Price Relationships and Predict Price Trends 233
10.3.1 The "volume and price rise" pattern indicates that there is a price and a market, indicating that the upward trend will continue. 234
10.3.2 The volume and price divergence pattern in an uptrend is a trend reversal signal 235
10.3.3 Decrease in price increase is a signal that the upside is reversed 236
10.3.4 First, the volume and price rose slowly, followed by a volume and price blowout, which is a signal that the price trend reversed 237
10.3.5 At first, it was a price increase volume increase pattern, and then a heavy volume stagnation pattern was a down signal 238
10.3.6 In the bottoming trend, if the amount of the second bottoming can be less than the previous bottoming,
Heralds a 239 rise
10.3.7 After a deep decline, heavy volume declines again, which is a signal of a trend reversal 240
10.3.8 The price in the high area fell below the medium-term moving average is a trend reversal signal 241
Chapter 11 Technical Index Analysis and Practical Application 243
11.1 Understanding the Classification of Technical Indicators
11.1.1 Large-Cap Indexes
11.1.2 Trend Indicators
11.1.3 Volume Index
11.1.4 Swing Class Indicators
11.1.5 Energy Indicators
11.1.6 Time-sharing indicator 247
11.2 Interpreting the General Situation of the Stock Market Using Large-Cap Indicators 247
11.2.1 ADR 247
11.2.2 Broad Impact Indicator BTI 253
11.3 Using Trend Indicators to Identify Trends and Grasp Trend Turns 254
11.3.1 Exponential Smoothing Moving Average MACD 254
11.3.2 Power indicator MTM 260
11.3.3 Average Line Difference DMA
11.3.4 Triple Exponential Smoothing Average TRIX 265
11.3.5 Waterfall Line PBX 266
11.4 Using Energy Indicators to Analyze Market Strength 271
11.4.1 Popularity Willingness Indicator ARBR 271
11.4.2 Intermediate Will Index CR 274
11.4.3 Relative Strength Index RSI 277
Chapter 12 Stock Index Futures Trading Strategies and Fund Management Methods 280
12.1 Fund Management Methods in Futures Trading
12.1.1 Why Fund Management Is the Top Priority 281
12.1.2 Decentralized Fund Management Scheme 282
12.1.3 Progressive (PYRAMID) Fund Management Scheme 283
12.1.4 Establishing Stop Loss Levels for Position Trading 284
12.1.5 Calculate the "benefit-risk" ratio when investing funds 286
12.2 Strategy Application in Futures Trading
12.2.1 Overcoming Greed and Panic
12.2.2 Only by following the megatrend can funds continue to appreciate 289
12.2.3 Don't trade frequently, learn to short positions 291
12.2.4 Maximize the profit and minimize the loss of each transaction 292
12.2.5 Accumulating Experience and Tailoring the Trading System 292
Chapter 13 Practical Cases 294
13.1 Common-sense considerations
13.2 Simple Technical Analysis Process
13.2.1 Starting with the K-line 296
13.2.2 Analysis of Moving Average Systems
13.2.3 Trend Line Analysis
13.2.4 Dow Theory and Simple Wave Analysis
13.2.5 MACD Analysis
13.2.6 KD Analysis
13.3 Trading

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