Explains why so many independent investors have come to rely on technical analysis - and how you can use it to improve both short- and long-term investment returns. This book teaches: how to use charts to identify stock, bond, and real estate trends; strategies to pick industry sectors and stocks; and precise price levels to buy and sell.
This book explains everything you need to know about technical analysis - what it is, how to use it to forecast markets, mutual funds, and real estate, and more! Technical analysis is one of today's most accurate investment tools for market selection and timing. But what is technical analysis? How can you combine it with traditional investing methods to improve your portfolio's performance and make informed - and better - investment decisions?"All About Technical Analysis" tells you everything you need to know to incorporate the predictive strength of technical analysis into your overall investing strategy. From the basics of charts and charting to how to use advanced technical indicators and oscillators, this easy-to-understand guidebook explains why so many independent investors have come to rely on technical analysis - and how you can use it to dramatically improve both your short- and long-term investment returns. Whether you are an experienced stock market investor or a beginner, look to "All About Technical Analysis" to learn more about: using charts to identify stock, bond, and real estate trends; strategies to pick industry sectors and stocks; precise price levels to buy and sell; techniques for combining momentum, breadth, and sentiment indicators and much more.
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Constance Brown, CMT (Chartered Market Technician), founded Aerodynamic Investments, Inc., after working for more than 15 years as an institutional trader in New York City. She continues to actively trade and advises numerous financial institutions and banks around the world.
Table of Contents
Part One: What is Technical Analysis, and Who Can Benefit? Chapter 1: Could Charts Have Called the Enron Collapse? Chapter 2: What Is Technical Analysis and Who Uses It? Chapter 3: Can Mutual Fund Investors Use Technical Analysis? Part Two: How to Create Charts Chapter 4: How to Get the Data into Your Computer Chapter 5: Weekly, Monthly, and Intraday Time Intervals: How to Display the Data Chapter 6: How Asian Traders Prefer to Display Data Chapter 7: Why the U.S. Dollar Dictates the Longevity of an American Equity Bull Market Chapter 8: Help! Short- and Long-Term Interest Rates Are Really Confusing Money Market Securities or Short-Term Interest Rate Markets Intermediate- and Long-Term Fixed Income Markets Price-to-Yield Relationship Yield to Maturity versus Realized Yield Yield Curves Chapter 9: Why a North American Needs International Market Data Chapter 10: Wait a Minute! Isn't That Real Estate Data? Part Three: How to Read the Data to Make a Decision Chapter 11: A Big-Picture Summary of the Different Approaches within Technical Analysis Category One: Does the Method or Technique Depend on Pattern Recognition? Category Two: Does the Method Focus on the Geometric Mathematical Relationships within the Market's Price Data or Indicators? Category Three: Does the Method Strive to Identify Behavioral Traits and Study Extremes of Market Participants? Category Four: Does the Method Strive to Detect Correlations between Different Markets to Determine If One Market Is Providing a Leading Signal for Another? Chapter 12: Directional Patterns and Signals within the Data Chapter 13: Why Are There Holes in My Data? Chapter 14: Understanding Trends and Basic Market Geometry Chapter 15: Using Market Geometry for Price Projections Chapter 16: Ways to Detect Market Extremes Using Price, Breadth, and Sentiment Chapter 17: The Hottest Stock since Green Ketchup! How to "Listen" to the Media with a Technical Mindset Part Four: How to Handle Specific Problems Chapter 18: Price Targets for Stocks Just Listed and Other Challenges How Do You Calculate Support or Resistance for a Stock Just Listed with No Historical Data? How Do You Calculate Market Support When the Index Has Fallen below Historic Price Lows? How Do You Calculate a Price Objective When the Stock or Market Is Trading above Historic Highs? How the Internet Can Lead You to a Poor Market Decision What Is the Global Industry Classification Standard and How Do You Use Stock Sectors for Analysis? Part Five: Lessons From Global Market Shock Waves Chapter 19: Lessons from Global Market Shock Waves The Americas Catch the Asian Flu in 1998 The "Dot Gones": Researching Opportunities after a Market Implodes September 11, 2001 Part Six: Why Does Technical Analysis Work? Chapter 20: What Do Seashells, Hurricanes, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average All Have in Common? Chapter 21: A Universal Higher Order and How All Things Are Indeed Connected Part Seven: Market Cycles and Long-Term Cycles of Importance Chapter 22: Market Cycles and Long-Term Cycles of Importance Part Eight: Putting it All Together with Risk Exposure in Mind Chapter 23: A Broker Has Just Recommended that You Buy a Stock. What Do You Do Next? Chapter 24: The 27 Million Dollar Lunch Appendix A: The Growth of Technical Analysis in Universities and Colleges Technical Analysis Academic Programs Coming Soon-Curriculum Under Development Technical Analysis Organizations Index
All About Technical Analysis by Constance Brown
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