Stock Trader's Almanac 2010 [NOOK Book]

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For over 40 years, thousands of market players have turned to the historical patterns found only in the Stock Trader’s Almanac. This is an indispensable, trusted annual resource for traders and investors.

The Stock Trader’s Almanac 2010 is packed with timely insights and targeted analysis to help you navigate turbulent markets and beat the odds in the year ahead. Organized into a calendar format, the trusted guide combines over a century’s worth of data, statistics and ...

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Overview

For over 40 years, thousands of market players have turned to the historical patterns found only in the Stock Trader’s Almanac. This is an indispensable, trusted annual resource for traders and investors.

The Stock Trader’s Almanac 2010 is packed with timely insights and targeted analysis to help you navigate turbulent markets and beat the odds in the year ahead. Organized into a calendar format, the trusted guide combines over a century’s worth of data, statistics and trends along with vital analysis you won’t get anywhere else. Stock Trader’s Almanac 2010 highlights include:

  • NEW – How Financial Crises Impact the Market; The Ten Worst Bear Markets Since 1900
  • Dow Jones Industrials Bull and Bear Markets Since 1900
  • The Tenth Year of Decades – Historical perspective on 10th year performance
  • Alerts on seasonal opportunities and dangers
  • Insights on the Midterm Elections Impact on the Market including market charts and trends
  • The Incredible January Barometer (91.2% proven accuracy)
  • Why a 50% Gain in the Dow Is Possible from Its 2010 Low To Its 2011 High
  • Wall Street’s Only Free Lunch Served Before Christmas

Packed with invaluable historical statistics, seasonal trends, cycle analysis, and crucial indicators, this easy-to-use desk reference is a must-have trader’s bible.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470626351
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/30/2009
  • Series: Almanac Investor Series , #61
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 13 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Table of Contents

2010 Strategy Calendar.

January Almanac.

January’s First Five Days: An Early Warning System.

The Incredible January Barometer (Devised 1972): Only Five Significant Errors in 59 Years.

January Barometer in Graphic Form Since 1950.

Hot January Industries Beat S&P Next 11 Months.

February Almanac.

1933 “Lame Duck” Amendment: Reason January Barometer Works.

The Tenth Year of Decades.

Market Charts of Midterm Election Years.

March Almanac.

Midterm Election Years: Where Bottom Pickers Find Paradise.

Prosperity More than Peace Determines Outcome of Midterm Congressional Races.

How Financial Crises Impact the Market: Ten Worst Bear Markets Since 1900.

April Almanac.

The December Low Indicator: A Useful Prognosticating Tool.

Down Januarys: A Remarkable Record.

Top Performing Months Past 591/3Years: Standard & Poor’s 500 and Dow Jones Industrials.

May Almanac.

Best Six Months: Still An Eye-Popping Strategy.

MACD-Timing Triples “Best Six Months” Results.

Take Advantage of Down Friday/Down Monday Warning.

Top Performing NASDAQ Months Past 381/3Years.

June Almanac.

Get More out of NASDAQ’s “Best Eight Months” with MACD-Timing.

“Best Six Months” + Timing + “Four-Year Cycle” Nearly Triple Returns on Just Half the Trades.

First-Trading-Day-of-the-Month Phenomenon: Dow Gains More One Day than All Other Days.

July Almanac.

2008 Daily Dow Point Changes (Dow Jones Industrial Average).

Don’t Sell Stocks on Monday or Friday.

A Rally for All Seasons.

August Almanac.

First Month of Quarters Is the Most Bullish.

Aura of the Triple Witch—4th Quarter Most Bullish: Down Weeks Trigger More Weakness Week After.

Why a 50% Gain in the Dow is Possible from its 2010 Low to its 2011 High.

A Correction for All Seasons.

September Almanac.

Market Behavior Three Days Before and Three Days after Holidays.

Fourth Quarter Market Magic.

Market Gains More on Super-8 Days Each Month Than on All 13 Remaining Days Combined.

October Almanac.

Best Investment Book of the Year: Bailout Nation.

Year’s Top Investment Books.

Midterm Election Time Unusually Bullish.

November Almanac.

Trading the Thanksgiving Market.

Most of the So-Called “January Effect” Takes Place in the Last Half of December.

January Effect Now Starts in Mid-December.

December Almanac.

Wall Street’s Only “Free Lunch” Served before Christmas.

If Santa Claus Should Fail to Call, Bears May Come to Broad and Wall.

Sector Seasonality: Selected Percentage Plays.

Sector Index Seasonality Strategy Calendar.

2011 Strategy Calendar.

DIRECTORY OF TRADING PATTERNS AND DATABANK.

Dow Jones Industrials Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Recent Dow Jones Industrials Market Probability Calendar 2010.

S&P 500 Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Recent S&P 500 Market Probability Calendar 2010.

NASDAQ Composite Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Recent NASDAQ Composite Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Russell 1000 Index Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Russell 2000 Index Market Probability Calendar 2010.

Decennial Cycle: A Market Phenomenon.

Presidential Election/Stock Market Cycle: The 176-Year Saga Continues.

Dow Jones Industrials Bull & Bear Markets Since 1900.

Standard & Poor’s 500 Bull & Bear Markets Since 1929 NASDAQ Composite Since 1971.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: January and February.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: March and April.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: May and June.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: July and August.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: September and October.

Dow Jones Industrials 10-Year Daily Point Changes: November and December.

A Typical Day in the Market.

Through the Week on a Half-Hourly Basis.

Tuesday Now Most Profitable Day of Week.

NASDAQ Strongest Last 3 Days of Week.

S&P Daily Performance Each Year Since 1952.

NASDAQ Daily Performance Each Year Since 1971.

Monthly Cash Inflows into S&P Stocks.

Monthly Cash Inflows into NASDAQ Stocks.

November, December, and January: Year’s Best Three-Month Span.

November Through June: NASDAQ’s Eight-Month Run.

Dow Jones Industrials Annual Highs, Lows, & Closes Since 1901.

S&P 500 Annuals Highs, Lows, & Closes Since 1930.

NASDAQ Annual Highs, Lows, & Closes Since 1971.

Russell 1000 & 2000 Annual Highs, Lows, & Closes Since 1979.

Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Percent Change Since 1950.

Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Point Changes Since 1950.

Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Closing Prices Since 1950.

Standard & Poor’s 500 Monthly Percent Changes Since 1950.

Standard & Poor’s 500 Monthly Closing Prices Since 1950.

NASDAQ Composite Monthly Percent Changes Since 1971.

NASDAQ Composite Monthly Closing Prices Since 1971.

Russell 1000 Monthly Percent Changes and Closing Prices Since 1979.

Russell 2000 Monthly Percent Changes and Closing Prices Since 1979.

10 Best Days by Percent and Point.

10 Worst Days by Percent and Point.

10 BestWeeks by Percent and Point.

10 WorstWeeks by Percent and Point.

10 Best Months by Percent and Point.

10 Worst Months by Percent and Point.

10 Best Quarters by Percent and Point.

10 Worst Quarters by Percent and Point.

10 BestYears by Percent and Point.

10 WorstYears by Percent and Point.

STRATEGY PLANNING AND RECORD SECTION.

Portfolio at Start of 2010.

Additional Purchases.

Short-Term Transactions.

Long-Term Transactions.

Interest/Dividends Received During 2010/Brokerage Account Data 2010.

Portfolio Price Record 2010.

Weekly Indicator Data 2010.

Monthly Indicator Data 2010.

Portfolio at End of 2010.

If You Don’t Profit from Your Investment Mistakes, Someone Else Will.

Performance Record of Recommendations.

Individual Retirement Accounts: Most Awesome Investment Incentive Ever Devised.

Top 300 Exchange Traded Funds.

Option Trading Codes.

G. M. Loeb’s “Battle Plan” for Investment Survival.

G. M. Loeb’s Investment Survival Checklist.

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