Saturday, 17 June 2017


Technical analysis. Those words have come to have much more meaning during the bear market of the early 2000’s. As investors have come to realize that strong fundamental data does not always equate to a strong stock performance, the role of alternative methods of investment selection has grown. Technical analysis is one of those methods. Once only a curiosity to most, technical analysis is now becoming the preferred method for many. But technical analysis tools are like fireworks – dangerous if used improperly. That’s why this book is such a valuable tool to those who read it and properly grasp the concepts. The following pages are an introduction to many of our favorite analytical tools, and we hope that you will learn the ‘why’ as well as the ‘what’ behind each of the indicators. In the case of technical trading, quality is far more important than quantity.  The very essence of technical trading is really quite simple – spot trends, buy low, and sell high. The most challenging of these is spotting the trend. Once you learn that, the buying and selling is easy. Just as important is the ability to spot a non-trending market, so you can avoid it (or at least use alternative strategies). To maximize profits from a trend, you’ll need to do two things. First, you want to enter in the early stages of the trend. Second, you want to able to exit promptly when the trend is over. To do that effectively, you must be able to spot exactly when trends start and stop. This book will show you how to do both.

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