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Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits e-book

Author:

Richard. Schabacker,Donald Mack

Language:

English

Category:

Math

Subcategory:

Mathematics

ePub size:

1945 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

FT Press; 1st edition (October 15, 1997)

Pages:

480

ISBN:

0273630954

Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits e-book

by Richard. Schabacker,Donald Mack


Technical Richard W. Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, is a worthy addition to any technical analyst's personal library or any market library.

Technical Richard W. Schabacker Originally devised as a practical course for investors, it is as alive, vital and instructional today. Richard as the day it was written.

Schabacker presents technical analysis as a totally organized subject and comprehensively lays out the various important patterns, formations, trends, support and resistance areas, and associated supporting technical detail. He presents factors that can be confidently relied on, and gives equal attention to the blemishes and weaknesses that can upset the best of analytical forecasts. Factors which investors would do well to absorb and apply when undertaking the fascinating game of price, time and volume analysis.

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Start by marking Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits as Want . A must-read for any stock market enthusiast. The book takes you through the basic tenets of technical analysis.

Start by marking Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Schabacker presents technical analysis as a totally organized subject and comprehensively lays out the various important patterns, formations, trends, support and resistance areas, and associated supporting technical detail.

Richard Schabacker, Donald Mack. Richard W Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis & Stock Market Profits represents one of the finest works ever produced on Technical Analysis. It is as alive, vital and instructional today, as the day it was written.

Richard W Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis & Stock Market Profits represents one of the finest works ever produced on Technical Analysis. From the Back Cover: Richard W. Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis & Stock Market Profits, is a worthy addition to any technical analyst's personal library or any market library

In finance, technical analysis is an analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume.

In finance, technical analysis is an analysis methodology for forecasting the direction of prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume. Behavioral economics and quantitative analysis use many of the same tools of technical analysis, which, being an aspect of active management, stands in contradiction to much of modern portfolio theory. Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis and Stock Market Profits, is a worthy addition to any technical . There have been many dozens, probably many hundreds, of books written about Technical Analysis. Some books become lauded and are regarded as “the bible”. Originally devised as a practical course for investors, it is as alive, vital and instructional today as the day it was written.

Richard W Schabacker's great work, Technical Analysis & Stock Market Profits represents one of the finest works ever produced on Technical Analysis. It is as alive, vital and instructional today, as the day it was written.


Ghile
Richard Schabacker, in this pioneering book, presents the art and science of technical analysis as an organized subject.
In 13 chapters, he discusses important reversal formations, minor reversal formations, major continuation formations, intermediate patterns and phenomena, trend line action, support and resistance levels, measuring rules and formations and trading tactics.
First published in 1932, the book gives equal weight to a formation's potential and its flaws and warts. Originally devised as a practical investment course, it still sparkles with application today. Despite today's modern computer methods of interpreting price and buying trends, an investor or trader must still master the basics and there is no finer place to begin than this former Forbes financial editor's ground-breaking work.
Llallayue
Still reading this book on technical analysis. The detail and examples, even though the book was written in the 90's, is still relevant today. Take your time with this one and I think your trading will profit more as a result.
Gavigamand
You need this!!
Lost Python
i think this book is just like a bible for the investers. you have to read it for understanding the basics.
Nalme
Excellent book for the chart pattern trader
Tam
In George Dagnino's book, Profiting in Bull or Bear Markets, he emphisizes that the true driver of stock market is money supply (M2). Yet I observed another thing in The Economist's Guide to Economic Indicator that short term (money market) intrest rates is closely related to circulation velocity of M2. So, a bit improving Dagnino's observation, increased M2 together with low money market interest rates is the main driver for an upward stock market indicies. TA books are usually depick pictures for late early and early late growths, as well, not that much of, contraction phases of economy, which of those usually planned and engineered by Central Banks. When the things go out of hand, for example, in the case of liquidity trap, pictures mostly fail, yet that much of I observed, Dagnino's observation remains valid. Why things go out of hand in USA, I believe, were the first increments (by measured moves!) of interests in money market then pumping M2 while rates were low, in fact where no place down to go (liquidity trap). Obviously, further liquidity makes the liquidity trap worse. Either wait or play a very dangeorus game, Helicopter Ben knows better than everyone.
Cheber
So you want to learn on how to read charts... This is the one for you then! A little dense sometimes due to it's completeness on patterns, but it's all there, really. Won't teach you on how to make a trading system, but if you're into discretionery trading systems you'll love this one. I haven't found a reversal pattern that's not on these pages, and if you want to know about continuation patterns, they're all almost there too. I recommend this book for beginners as for experienced traders.
This is one of those books I keep next to my trading desk!
Finally available to the rest of the world, this classic is easily the best book on classical technical analysis available. Although it is more than 70 years old, the complete and descriptive discussions of how and why reversal and continuation patterns work are as valid now as they were then. Without Schabacker, there'd be no Edwards and Magee, Elliott, Murphy, or even Poser.

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