qWithout question, some people have made astonishing amounts of money from studying share price charts and foretelling whether share prices would rise or fall. It is equally certain that further astonishing amounts of money have been lost in the same exercise.q Alistair BlairCharting is a complex and sometimes derided world, but one that nonetheless commands an enormous following. Some basic knowledge of charting is essential for any keen investor, and this fully revised and updated edition of Alistair Blair's Guide to Charting is the independent, introductory overview of technical analysis for the private investor.Guide to Chartingis packed with purpose-drawn charts and worked examples, and explains in detail how charting theories work. Written with the private investor's viewpoint in mind the book's coverage will give you all that you need to start practising technical analysis and, unlike other books on the subject, will also interest the more sophisticated, experienced practitioner by: Comparing technical analysis with fundamental analysis Examining the records of some of charting's most renowned exponents Applying technical analysis to recent FTSE company price charts Providing alternative interpretations of 'live' charts Identifying both successful and failed recommendations by professional chartistsIn candlestick terminology, the gaps discussed in Chapter 3 are known as windows. ... In Schwager on Futures: Technical Analysis, the author rounds up a chapter on candlestick charting (a chapter guest-written by Mr Nison), with an accountanbsp;...
|Title||:||Investor's Guide to Charting|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2003|