Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques: A Contemporary Guide to the Ancient Investment Techniques of the Far East

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Penguin, 2001 - 299 sidor
'Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques, 2nd Edition,' provides an in-depth explanation of candlestick plotting and analysis, conveying to the reader, in easy-to-understand language, the author’s years of practical experience in this increasingly popular and dynamic approach to market analysis. It includes hundreds of examples that span the equity, futures, fixed-income, and foreign exchange markets and shows how candlestick charting techniques can be used in almost any market.
 

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I would consider this book to be the Bible of understanding and using candle charts. It isvery informative covers a wide range of candlepatterns and helps you define where a goodentry or exit point ... Läs hela recensionen

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INTRODUCTION
1
A HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
16
THE BASICS
21
REVERSAL PATTERNS
31
STARS
61
MORE REVERSAL PATTERS
81
CONTINUATION PATTERNS
125
THE MAGIC DOJI
155
CONVERGENCE
181
A CLUSTER OF CANDLES
187
CANDLES WITH TREND LINES
193
CANDLES WITH RETRACEMENT
213
CANDLES WITH OSCILLATORS
225
CANDLES WITH VOLUME
241
Glossary B WESTERN TECHNICAL TERMS
279
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PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
173

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Sidan xiv - If you wish to know the road, inquire of those who have traveled it.

Om författaren (2001)

Steve Nison is the foremost leader of the art of using candlestick charting as an analysis tool in studying market trends and making investment decisions. He owns and runs Nison Research International, a firm that provides technical advisory and on-site seminar services to major financial firms. He is a highly sought-after speaker who has presented his techniques to thousands, including members of the World Bank and the Federal Reserve.

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