Stop and Make Money: How To Profit in the Stock Market Using Volume and Stop Order

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Stop And Make Money

"Dick Arms has produced one of the most interesting, innovative, and entertaining books on trading I have seen. He describes the difference between fundamental and technical analysis in the clearest terms and introduces his concept of 'Power Box,' a powerful tool for determining trades. Finally, his discussion of the great value of stop orders is long overdue in the literature. I unhesitatingly recommend it for the beginning trader as an excellent description of a specific trading method and ...

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Overview

Stop And Make Money

"Dick Arms has produced one of the most interesting, innovative, and entertaining books on trading I have seen. He describes the difference between fundamental and technical analysis in the clearest terms and introduces his concept of 'Power Box,' a powerful tool for determining trades. Finally, his discussion of the great value of stop orders is long overdue in the literature. I unhesitatingly recommend it for the beginning trader as an excellent description of a specific trading method and for the professional as a reminder of trading basics that should never be forgotten."
Charles D. Kirkpatrick II, CMT, Editor, Journal of Technical Analysis, and coauthor, Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians

"I say: go read the book that says Stop and Make Money. Dick Arms addresses the assumed risks in short-term trading. His expert application of technical analysis and the use of stops are the tools that will help you make money."
Ralph J. Acampora, CMT, former director of technical research, Knight Equity Markets, LP

"A splendid book! The first two chapters allow traders to quickly review Arms's methodology and techniques—and the drill-down concept in those two chapters allows them to quickly dig deeper on a particular topic. Everyone from novice to expert will find many nuggets of wisdom in these pages; even after forty-plus years, I certainly did!"
Walter Deemer, Publisher, Walter Deemer's Market Strategies and Insights

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470129968
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/21/2007
  • Series: Wiley Trading Series , #317
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 195
  • Sales rank: 1,443,085
  • Product dimensions: 7.34 (w) x 10.08 (h) x 0.93 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Arms, a financial consultant to institutional investors and a private portfolio manager, is a noted expert in the field of technical and market analysis. Arms has created key technical tools for understanding market price movement, which are listed daily in the Wall Street Journal and included in a variety of market analysis software programs. His Equivolume charting system is now part of the most popular stock and futures software, and his Arms Index—also known as the Short-Term Trading Index or TRIN—has become one of the most important technical tools on Wall Street. Arms received the prestigious Market Technicians Award in 1995.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments.

About the Author.

INTRODUCTION The Great Opportunity.

CHAPTER 1 Let’s Get Started.

CHAPTER 2 A Pair of Shorts.

CHAPTER 3 Why Technical Analysis?

CHAPTER 4 The Market Is Always Right.

CHAPTER 5 Equivolume Charts.

CHAPTER 6 Getting Ready to Trade.

CHAPTER 7 Choosing Your Route.

CHAPTER 8 Power Boxes.

CHAPTER 9 Okay, Let’s Buy.

CHAPTER 10 Stop Orders for Getting In.

CHAPTER 11 Stop Orders for Getting Out.

CHAPTER 12 A Play, Not a Position.

CHAPTER 13 Minding the Gaps.

CHAPTER 14 Tops and Bottoms.

CHAPTER 15 Flags, Pennants, and Rectangles.

CHAPTER 16 Support and Resistance.

CHAPTER 17 Trends and Channels.

CHAPTER 18 Targets.

CHAPTER 19 Ease of Movement and Volume-Adjusted Moving Averages.

CHAPTER 20 Is the Market Going to Go Up or Down?

CHAPTER 21 The Arms Index.

CHAPTER 22 Market Tops and Bottoms.

CHAPTER 23 In Conclusion.

About the CD-ROM.

Index.

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