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"This book gives futures and options traders hundreds of innovative ways to take profits out of the market and gain an edge on every trade." Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities Magazine 20000601

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To arm our readers with the tools they need to develop and test trading systems, we have produced a CD that contains all the software (including source code) used to do the research that is summarized in our book, The Encyclopedia of Trading Strategies. In the past, this software has sold for thousands of dollars but it is now available to our readers for only $59.00 (plus s&h). The software includes:

* Complete source code for every method tested in the book

* Commodities data from Pinnacle

* Spreadsheets with all optimization data, market-by-market analyses, equity curves, figures, and tables

* The C-Trader Toolkit, which includes our C++ Trading Simulator (a powerful tool to simulate trading accounts, systems, and portfolios), OptEvolve (for evolving trading systems using genetic algorithms), our Portfolio Simulation Shell, and related materials.

Readers who want to take advantage of this opportunity should contact me by email (katzscientific-consultants).

I want everyone to trade safely and successfully. That's why I wrote The Encyclopedia of Trading Strategies, Getting Started Day Trading Futures, Options, and Indices (due out by October 2000), and am teaching at the New York Institute of Finance. In our research, we uncover what works and what doesn't. We pass this knowledge on to our readers and students so that they, too, can become better informed, smarter traders. No longer is there any excuse for blindly trusting popular methods that just waste time and money.

All readers are invited to contact me (katzscientific-consultants) to share their thoughts about the book and the results of any personal research it stimulated or snags along the way. In the meantime, I wish you all great success in your trading endeavors! Best regards, Jeffrey Owen Katz, Ph. D.