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Stock Trader's Almanac 2014

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The Stock Trader's Almanac is a practical investment tool with a wealth of information organized in a calendar format. It alerts readers to little-known market patterns and tendencies to help market participants forecast market trends with accuracy and confidence. The data is some of the cleanest in the business, and the analysis is used by savvy professionals from money managers to journalists. It encapsulates the historical price information on the stock market, provides monthly and daily reminders, and alerts ...
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Overview

The Stock Trader's Almanac is a practical investment tool with a wealth of information organized in a calendar format. It alerts readers to little-known market patterns and tendencies to help market participants forecast market trends with accuracy and confidence. The data is some of the cleanest in the business, and the analysis is used by savvy professionals from money managers to journalists. It encapsulates the historical price information on the stock market, provides monthly and daily reminders, and alerts users to seasonal opportunities and dangers. 2014 edition includes a revision of the Seasonal Switching Strategy that significantly boosts returns as well as new information on the Super Boom!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118838235
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/14/2013
  • Series: Almanac Investor Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1
  • Sales rank: 313,253
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

CONTENTS

10 2014 Strategy Calendar

12 January Almanac

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

16 The Incredible January Barometer (Devised 1972): Only Seven Significant Errors in 63 Years

18 January Barometer in Graphic Form Since 1950

20 February Almanac

22 John Person’s Top Ten Market Timing & Stock Selection Tools

24 The Fourth Year of Decades

26 Market Charts of Midterm Election Years

28 March Almanac

30 Midterm Election Years: Where Bottom Pickers Find Paradise

32 Prosperity More than Peace Determines Outcome of Midterm Congressional Races

34 How to Trade Best Months Switching Strategies

36 New Millennium Seasonal & Sector Trades

38 April Almanac

40 The December Low Indicator: A Useful Prognosticating Tool

42 Down Januarys: A Remarkable Record

44 Top Performing Months Past 63¼3 Years: Standard & Poor’s 500 and Dow Jones Industrials

46 May Almanac

48 “Best Six Months”: Still an Eye-Popping Strategy

50 MACD-Timing Triples “Best Six Months” Results

52 Best Investment Book of the Year: Mastering the Stock Market

54 June Almanac

56 Top Performing NASDAQ Months Past 42¼3 Years

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

60 Triple Returns, Fewer Trades: Best 6 + 4-Year Cycle

62 First Months of Quarters are the Most Bullish

64 July Almanac

66 2012 Daily Dow Point Changes

68 Don’t Sell Stocks on Monday or Friday

70 A Rally for All Seasons

72 August Almanac

74 Why a 50% Gain in the Dow is Possible from its 2014 Low to its 2015 High

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

78 Take Advantage of Down Friday/Down Monday Warning

80 September Almanac

82 A Correction for All Seasons

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

86 Market Behavior Three Days Before and Three Days After Holidays

88 Market Gains More on Super-8 Days Each Month than on All 13 Remaining Days Combined

90 October Almanac

92 Sector Seasonality: Selected Percentage Plays

94 Sector Index Seasonality Strategy Calendar

98 November Almanac

100 Midterm Election Time Unusually Bullish

102 Fourth Quarter Market Magic

104 Trading the Thanksgiving Market

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

108 December Almanac

110 January Effect Now Starts in Mid-December

112 Wall Street’s Only Free Lunch Served Before Christmas

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

116 Year’s Top Investment Books

118 2015 Strategy Calendar

DIRECTORY OF TRADING PATTERNS & DATABANK

121 Dow Jones Industrials Market Probability Calendar 2014

122 Recent Dow Jones Industrials Market Probability Calendar 2014

123 S&P 500 Market Probability Calendar 2014

124 Recent S&P 500 Market Probability Calendar 2014

125 NASDAQ Market Probability Calendar 2014

126 Recent NASDAQ Market Probability Calendar 2014

127 Russell 1000 Index Market Probability Calendar 2014

128 Russell 2000 Index Market Probability Calendar 2014

129 Decennial Cycle: A Market Phenomenon

130 Presidential Election/Stock Market Cycle: The 180-Year Saga Continues

131 Dow Jones Industrials Bull and Bear Markets Since 1900

132 Standard & Poor’s 500 Bull and Bear Markets Since 1929/NASDAQ Composite Since 1971

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

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

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

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

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

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

139 A Typical Day in the Market

140 Through the Week on a Half-Hourly Basis

141 Tuesday Most Profitable Day of Week

142 NASDAQ Strongest Last 3 Days of Week

143 S&P Daily Performance Each Year Since 1952

144 NASDAQ Daily Performance Each Year Since 1971

145 Monthly Cash Inflows into S&P Stocks

146 Monthly Cash Inflows into NASDAQ Stocks

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

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

149 Dow Jones Industrials Annual Highs, Lows, and Closes Since 1901

150 S&P 500 Annual Highs, Lows, and Closes Since 1930

151 NASDAQ, Russell 1000 and 2000 Annual Highs, Lows, and Closes Since 1971

152 Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Percent Changes Since 1950

153 Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Point Changes Since 1950

154 Dow Jones Industrials Monthly Closing Prices Since 1950

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

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

157 NASDAQ Composite Monthly Percent Changes Since 1971

158 NASDAQ Composite Monthly Closing Prices Since 1971

159 Russell 1000 Monthly Percent Changes and Closing Prices Since 1979

160 Russell 2000 Monthly Percent Changes and Closing Prices Since 1979

161 10 Best Days by Point and Percent

162 10 Worst Days by Point and Percent

163 10 Best Weeks by Point and Percent

164 10 Worst Weeks by Point and Percent

165 10 Best Months by Point and Percent

166 10 Worst Months by Point and Percent

167 10 Best Quarters by Point and Percent

168 10 Worst Quarters by Point and Percent

169 10 Best Years by Point and Percent

170 10 Worst Years by Point and Percent

171 Dow Jones Industrials One-Year Seasonal Pattern Charts Since 1901

172 S&P 500 One-Year Seasonal Pattern Charts Since 1930

173 NASDAQ, Russell 1000 & 2000 One-Year Seasonal Pattern Charts Since 1971

STRATEGY PLANNING AND RECORD SECTION

175 Portfolio at Start of 2014

176 Additional Purchases

178 Short-Term Transactions

180 Long-Term Transactions

182 Interest/Dividends Received during 2014/Brokerage Account Data 2014

183 Weekly Portfolio Price Record 2014

185 Weekly Indicator Data 2014

187 Monthly Indicator Data 2014

188 Portfolio at End of 2014

189 If You Don’t Profit from Your Investment Mistakes, Someone Else Will; Performance Record of Recommendations

190 Individual Retirement Account: Most Awesome Mass Investment Incentive Ever Devised

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

192 G.M. Loeb’s Investment Survival Checklist

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