All About Technical Analysis: The Easy Way to Get Started

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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, ...

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Overview

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All About
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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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071385114
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/9/2002
  • Series: All About Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 832,758
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

Meet the Author

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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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 What Is Technical Analysis, and Who Can Benefit?
Ch. 1 Could Charts Have Called the Enron Collapse? 2
Ch. 2 What Is Technical Analysis and Who Uses It? 16
Ch. 3 Can Mutual Fund Investors Use Technical Analysis? 27
Pt. 2 How to Create Charts
Ch. 4 How to Get the Data into Your Computer 38
Ch. 5 Weekly, Monthly, and Intraday Time Intervals: How to Display the Data 44
Ch. 6 How Asian Traders Prefer to Display Data 53
Ch. 7 Why the U.S. Dollar Dictates the Longevity of an American Equity Bull Market 60
Ch. 8 Help! Short- and Long-Term Interest Rates Are Really Confusing 66
Ch. 9 Why a North American Needs International Market Data 78
Ch. 10 Wait a Minute! Isn't That Real Estate Data? 84
Pt. 3 How to Read the Data to Make a Decision
Ch. 11 A Big-Picture Summary of the Different Approaches within Technical Analysis 90
Ch. 12 Directional Patterns and Signals within the Data 94
Ch. 13 Why Are There Holes in My Data? 110
Ch. 14 Understanding Trends and Basic Market Geometry 120
Ch. 15 Using Market Geometry for Price Projections 135
Ch. 16 Ways to Detect Market Extremes Using Price, Breadth, and Sentiment 152
Ch. 17 The Hottest Stock since Green Ketchup! How to "Listen" to the Media with a Technical Mindset 182
Pt. 4 How to Handle Specific Problems
Ch. 18 Price Targets for Stocks Just Listed and Other Challenges 190
Pt. 5 Lessons from Global Market Shock Waves
Ch. 19 Lessons from Global Market Shock Waves 216
Pt. 6 Why Does Technical Analysis Work?
Ch. 20 What Do Seashells, Hurricanes, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average All Have in Common? 254
Ch. 21 A Universal Higher Order and How All Things Are Indeed Connected 266
Pt. 7 Market Cycles and Long-Term Cycles of Importance
Ch. 22 Market Cycles and Long-Term Cycles of Importance 279
Pt. 8 Putting it All Together with Risk Exposure in Mind
Ch. 23 A Broker Has Just Recommended that You Buy a Stock. What Do You Do Next? 290
Ch. 24 The 27 Million Dollar Lunch 297
App. A The Growth of Technical Analysis in Universities and Colleges 301
Index 304
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  • Posted January 12, 2010

    The real path to trading based on technical analysis

    If you are looking for a book with step by step formulas for trading and producing income - then this is NOT the book for you. However, if that is what you are looking for you than you are better off heading to Vegas with your money.

    This is part science and part art, and the author provides the beginning path for learning both sides of understanding the markets. She is very successful, and has obviously spent many years dissecting and implementing technical analysis.

    I am onto her second book, but still refer back to the first constantly - and using the methods successfully.

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  • Posted January 30, 2009

    Not worth the money

    If you want to learn the mechanics of Technical Analysis of stock and futures prices, look elsewhere. If you want to hear the author prattle on about what a great fund manager she is, go ahead and waste your money.

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  • Posted October 27, 2008

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    .Was easy to understand, will order her next book.

    I was looking for the Murphy book at the B&N didn't have it so I got this instead... .Was easy to understand, will order her next book.<BR/>The only problem was flipping back to the graphs to grasp the concepts.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2008

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    Was looking for the Murphy book at the actual brick&mortar store - they didn't have it so I got this instead... I will be returning it after reading only a couple of pages. It is not well organized. The author just seems to kind of ramble from one topic to the next. I will just have to order the Murphy book, which seems to be the one everyone recommends, and wait for it to come in.

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