Preface Part 1: Introduction 1. The MEJT System: Background, Definitions and General Principles Introduction The uses of the MEJT system Basic principles of the MEJT system Using TradeStation to identify the bars of the am sequence and MEJT sequence Naming of the MEJT system Part 2: Morning Signals 2. Trading the Am MEJT Sequence Defining the am sequence Rules of the am sequence Sustainable trends - the am+2 bar Unsustainable trends Examples of trend indication in the am sequence 3. The Am+3 Buy Signal Rules for the am+3 buy signal Examples of the am+3 bar buy signal Part 3: Afternoon Signals 4. Trading the MEJT Sequence Defining the pm sequence Basic principle behind the MEJT prediction Rules for trading the MEJT sequence Examples of trend indication in the pm sequence 5. The MEJT+3 or MEJT+4 Buy or Sell Signal Examples of the MEJT+3 and MEJT+4 buy or sell signal Part 4: Additional Information From MEJT 6. The Ultimate Signal - A Very Reliable Indicator Examples of the ultimate signal 7. Targets - Required and Optional Different types of targets Examples of setting targets 8. Support - Overt and Covert Part 5: The MEJT System In Practice 9. Putting the System to the Test Introduction Trading examples Index
Jeffrey S. Tennant, MD is an individual investor. For over eight years he has been giving daily online analysis (most recently at www.timeandcycles.com) of the Standard and Poor's 500 Index. He has relied heavily on the MEJT System to make his predictions, and he wrote this book because of the large number of requests he received from traders who wished to learn his methodology. Jeffrey Tennant posts a daily video of MEJT System analysis on his YouTube channel: http://tinyurl.com/jt-mejt In addition to performing technical analysis of the stock market, which he has done for over 30 years, his lifelong interests include ophthalmology, trivia and chess. He and his wife, Noreen, have four grown children: David, Hilary, Andrew and Bradley.