Breakthroughs in Technical Analysis: New Thinking From the World's Top Minds
John Wiley & Sons, 2007 - Business & Economics - 227 pages
Technical analysts build trading strategies based on trends and patterns in the markets' movements. Their task requires mastery of the world's markets and an understanding of the latest techniques.
Breakthroughs in Technical Analysis reveals the new trading methods used by the world's top technicians. Building on the success of New Thinking in Technical Analysis (Bloomberg Press, 2000), this book, edited by Bloomberg L.P.'s own expert on technical analysis, David Keller, brings together market masters from the around the world.
Some of their techniques have never left their country's borders before and are not widely known or used in other parts of the world.
Showing what the best and the brightest are currently using to deliver extraordinary results, this book will be eagerly sought out by all market technicians.
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Some very interesting material, esp. on point and figure. But the graphs are, on an Ipad at least, hardly readable, and that is the name of the game when writing about charts. Some charts should have been at least one half page, not two or even four dinky charts on one half a page. The publisher was too concerned with costs, speaking of which, the book is pretty expensive for a download.
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3 CHARTING WITH CANDLES AND CLOUDS
4 READING CANDLESTICK CHARTS
5 PRICE AND TIME
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