Guppy Trading: Essential Methods for Modern Trading

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 27, 2011 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
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A compilation of the very best of Daryl Guppy

Daryl Guppy has been one of Australia's foremost experts on share trading and charting for almost 20 years. His first book, Share Trading, is still a must-read for people wanting to learn about the market and is widely accepted as the best-selling trading book ever in Australia.

Guppy Trading contains detailed analysis of many topics, including:

  • making effective trades based on news events and informed trading
  • advanced application of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average to assess the true strength of a trend
  • how to establish and improve trade entry, exit and stop loss points in volatile markets
  • effective trading of international markets
  • safely integrating derivatives to boost portfolio returns.

Guppy Trading contains 23 of the most enduring and important chapters from Guppy's earlier books, completely revised, and combines them with 10 entirely new chapters. These new chapters detail new trading methods and instruments that have been developed to create additional opportunities and ensure survival in interconnected modern markets. This comprehensive compendium is critical reading for traders looking to maximise their returns.


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Always analyse winners and losers but never agonise
Easy to learn hardto master
Building stock pools
Divergence ina smile
Market trend foundations
Trading with the GMMA
TrendVolatility Line analysis
Dark sidetrading analysis What is a darkpool? Oldfashioned insider trading
Getting ahead of the curves
Modern tape reading
Lowvolume exits Mining depth ofmarket Going
Patterns of informed trading
Derivative gold

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Daryl Guppy is the founder and director of, which has offices in Australia, Beijing and Singapore. A member of several technical analysists' associations, Daryl has developed a number of leading technical indicators used by investors in many markets and included in many international charting programs. Known on CNBC as 'The Chartman', he has been invited to speak at financial conferences in more than 17 countries in Europe, Asia and America, and he also conducts regular financial training seminars around the world. As well as writing weekly columns for China Daily, The Edge Singapore, Shanghai Securities News and CNBC online, he appears regularly on CNBC Asia Squawk Box, CNBC Europe and several Indian financial networks.

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