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How can you be sure to chart a winning course in today's extremely volatile market environment? Let veteran investment expert Richard Coghlan introduce you to cycle investing - a technique that's enabling more and more investors to anticipate turns in the financial markets with undreamed-of accuracy. Coghlan reveals, for both individual and professional investors, how to make investment decisions based on a time-tested and proven forecasting methodology that links business cycles to market movement. From this solid footing you'll take advantage of upswings while avoiding cyclical downturns, and structure a portfolio that holds risk to a minimum. Much more than potent theory, Coghlan's investment models boast documented track records second to none - track records that have amazed investment experts. A crisis in the stock market was forecast in September 1987, a month before Black Friday; the stock market indicator went bearish in June 1990 and bullish again in October 1990, exactly catching the bear market that year. The peak of the dollar in February 1985 was forecast precisely. Recessions in the U.S., U.K., and Japan were predicted almost a full year ahead of time, even as domestic forecasters missed the signs of weakness right up to the event. The indicators have picked up every major turn since the mid-1980s with uncanny accuracy. Now, with Strategic Cycle Investing, you too can profit significantly from this remarkable forecasting system. Strategic Cycle Investing dramatically improves your investment performance by giving you special insight into movements in the markets and the economy, a way to plot a profitable investment strategy through the minefield of conflicting opinion, and unbeatable investment models and forecasting tools that have been tested under fire. Covering the economic background, the investment background, and the markets, it also offers vital guidance and information about the business cycle; the long wave; inflation; balance of payme
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077075965
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/1993
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 440
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.16 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction.Section I: The Economic Background.The Business Cycle.The Problems of Inflation.The Imbalance of Payments.Money.Debt Mountains and the Danger of Avalanches.Beyond the Cycle.Section II: Investment Background.Crashes and Crises.Investment Strategies.Expectations and News.The Artful Science of Technical Analysis.Forecasting Method and Madness.Section III: The Markets.The Bond Market.The Stock Market.International Markets.The Exchange Rate.Gold.

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