All About Technical Analysis: The Easy Way to Get Started

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 30, 2002 - Business & Economics - 312 pages
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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Wary of trusting their trading fortunes to chance, investors are increasingly turning to the proven tools of technical analysis to help them make better trading and investing decisions. All About Technical Analysis explains what technical analysis is, why so many savvy investors rely on it to help forecast market movements, and how to successfully blend it into an overall investing program.

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Contents

Could Charts Have Called the Enron Collapse?
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What Is Technical Analysis and Who Uses It?
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Can Mutual Fund Investors Use Technical Analysis?
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Constance Brown, C.M.T. (Chartered Market Technician), is president of Aerodynamic Investments, Inc., and a fund manager who has traded global markets for fifteen years. She wrote Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional, which was selected by the Market Technicians Association to prepare candidates for the professional certification exam.

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