Technical Analysis: A Personal Seminar

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New York Institute of Finance, 1989 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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This seminar is designed to show novices how to evaluate stocks in light of their own investment goals or limitations. It explains the basic elements of securities analysis and discusses methods to use for deciding on the purchase of a specific security. Beginning investors will learn the different types of common stocks, the means for assessing investment risk, basic principles of fundamental analysis and how to read a financial statement. Relying only on arithmetic that can be performed easily with a pocket calculator, the text also demonstrates the formulas necessary for informed stock evaluation.

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Contents

Types of Charts
10
Point and Figure PF Charts
27
Trends and Trendlines
41
Retracements
59
The Longs the Shorts and the Uncommitted
73
Gaps
88
Island Reversals
95
Confirmation and Divergence 203
103
The Markup Phase
135
Symmetrical Triangle Coil 242
142
Continuation Head and Shoulders 252
151
Upside Blowoff Buying Panic 257
157
Double Top M Pattern 267
167
Head and Shoulders Top Pattern 273
173
The Markdown Phase
189
Sources of Information
211

Saucer Pattern Rounding Bottom 222
111
Bottom Spike Reversal 229
119
Double Bottom W Pattern 225
125
Index
229
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