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Martin Pring is one of the most respected names in the field of technical analysis. He has written several successful books for McGraw-Hill and speaks worldwide at seminars and conferences on technical analysis. His most successful McGraw-Hill titles is Technical Analysis Explained, now in its 3rd edition, which has sold more than 47,000 copies. McGraw-Hill also published Martin Pring's Introduction to Technical Analysis. This book was the first in an intended series of seven books on various aspects of technical analysis. Now, How to Select Stock Using Technical Analysis is the seventh book in the series. McGraw-Hill will be publishing the entire series of this well-known figure. Each book in the series is a complete guide to a key aspect of technical analysis. Using numerous illustrations, the books are entry-level guides that explain and demonstrate the tools of technical analysis. The books use an interactive CD-ROM/workbook format to cover every important element of technical analysis. The entire series helps traders develop their technical analysis skills using CD tutorials that allow the reader to practice the techniques in realistic market scenarios. There is also a self-test at the end of each chapter. The books in the series include: Martin Pring's Introduction to Technical Analysis (published by McGraw-Hill). Martin Pring's Breaking the Black Box: How to design, test, and apply mechanical trading systems using profitable examples. Technician's Guide to Day and Swing Trading: A complete guide for applying the principles of technical analysis for swing and day trading. Candlesticks Explained: A beginner's A to Z guide on the basic principles of Japanese candlesticks and other eastern charting techniques. Momentum Explained I: Principles of oscillator interpretations featuring four popular indicators Momentum Explained II: An explanation of 25 oscillators and how they can be most profitably applied. How to Select Stock Using Technical Analysis: Practical guide to industry group rotation, the concept of relative strength, and short-term techniques to find low-risk, short-term buying opportunities.
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This book forms part of the series Martin J. Faring on Technical Analysis. Like all the others in the series, its main value lies in the CD-ROM enclosed in the back cover. This little disk contains a complete multi-media presenta-tion of the subject matter contained in the workbook. Years ago I published videos on technical analysis, but the CD_ROM for-mat is far superior. Not only does each chapter play as a continuous pre-sentation but also the need to fast forward or rewind is eliminated. Instead, the user can click on any subject matter in the contents and move instantly there. This format also allows for an interactive quiz, so the user can quickly move through multiple choice questions or chart examples, all of which are scored at the end. In this way, you can easily discover any area that needs brushing up. The only title in the series that does not contain a quiz is How to Select Stocks Using Technical Analysis. The series itself is designed to expand on several of the subjects covered in the fourth edition of Technical Analysis Explained. Each of the book/CD-ROM combinations takes the reader into greater depth on the individual subjects. Diagrams and theoretical concepts are explained and then adapted to practical marketplace examples. It is normal in presentations of this nature to indicate the strong points of any indicator or concept, but these presentations also advise you of any known weaknesses of pitfalls they may have. Technical analysis is the art of identifying trend reversals at a relatively early stage and riding on that trend until the weight of the evidence shows or proves that the trend has reversed. The objective of this series is to pre-sent a substantial amount of that evidence in the form of indicators and con-cepts, so that readers of the workbooks and viewers of the CD-ROMs will be in a stronger position to identify such trend reversals. Please take note of the fact that technical analysis deals in prob
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This book forms part of the series Martin J. Faring on Technical Analysis. Like all the others in the series, its main value lies in the CD-ROM enclosed in the back cover. This little disk contains a complete multi-media presenta-tion of the subject matter contained in the workbook. Years ago I published videos on technical analysis, but the CD_ROM for-mat is far superior. Not only does each chapter play as a continuous pre-sentation but also the need to fast forward or rewind is eliminated. Instead, the user can click on any subject matter in the contents and move instantly there. This format also allows for an interactive quiz, so the user can quickly move through multiple choice questions or chart examples, all of which are scored at the end. In this way, you can easily discover any area that needs brushing up. The only title in the series that does not contain a quiz is How to Select Stocks Using Technical Analysis. The series itself is designed to expand on several of the subjects covered in the fourth edition of Technical Analysis Explained. Each of the book/CD-ROM combinations takes the reader into greater depth on the individual subjects. Diagrams and theoretical concepts are explained and then adapted to practical marketplace examples. It is normal in presentations of this nature to indicate the strong points of any indicator or concept, but these presentations also advise you of any known weaknesses of pitfalls they may have. Technical analysis is the art of identifying trend reversals at a relatively early stage and riding on that trend until the weight of the evidence shows or proves that the trend has reversed. The objective of this series is to pre-sent a substantial amount of that evidence in the form of indicators and con-cepts, so that readers of the workbooks and viewers of the CD-ROMs will be in a stronger position to identify such trend reversals. Please take note of the fact that technical analysis deals in prob
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Technical analysis does not deal in certainties, only probabilities. Yet those probabilities improve dramatically when traders understand the psychology of price patterns and how that psychology influences traders' behavior and the movement of prices themselves. Martin Pring on Price Patterns provides both new and experienced technical traders with today's most in-depth guide to the analysis and interpretation of price patterns. Martin Pring on Price Patterns also introduces you to the patterns that are working - and working consistently - for traders in today's volatile markets, then helps you determine which will work best for you and your personal trading style. Over 8 hours of multimedia, interactive instruction, puts you high on the learning curve in no time. Every chapter is full of animated diagrams, eye-catching, animated reinforcements and real marketplace movies - so concepts are learned, applied and retained. Every chapter has an interactive quiz designed to strengthen newly acquired skills. This workbook is an excellent, quick and easy reference source. A complete table of contents and in-depth index on the CD lets you locate topics instantly.
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This three-part DVD course explains why the sector rotation process is continuously creating profitable opportunities just waiting to be seized. It also tells you how to easily execute interMarket and sector rotation strategies with ETFs. You are also provided the historical data to follow these relationships as well as links to keep you up-to-date. The presentation begins with a description of what InterMarket analysis actually is. Just as the climate influences the local weather, so multi-decade swings in inflationary and deflationary forces called secular trends set the scene for individual business cycles. These secular trends in bonds, stocks and commodities are described in detail; so too is their influence on the individual business cycle associated bull and bear markets. The connection between the business cycle and major turning points in bond, stock and commodity prices together with the consequential influence on sector rotation is explained in laymen terms. We also give you the tools to do the job by explaining concepts such as long-term momentum and relative strength. In addition, the course provides statistical proof that these are not just pie in the sky concepts but that they actually work in the market place. You will also be provided with as simple indicators that will help you to follow this cyclical road map. Historical data, links where it can be updated and links publishing the latest info on ETFs rounds out the package.  
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Boom, bust, growth, stagnation, inflation. Every stage or season of the business cycle--including recession--has its own profitable investment strategy. The All-Season Investor is an invaluable handbook for anyone who's trying to make the most of their investments--no matter what the economic climate. The All-Season Investor shows you how allocating assets among several investment categories should be your cornerstone of a successful investment strategy for the '90s. You'll begin with a general introduction to asset allocation. The importance of diversification in successful asset allocation is discussed. The role of securities and mutual funds in the asset allocation mix is examined. And you'll learn how to earn above-average return by adding compounding and risk management to the mix. The All-Season Investor shows you how to read changes in the economic climate, the bond market, the stock market, and the index of leading economic indicators like a pro. This complete guide to modern methods of asset allocation shows you how to assess the economic climate on the basis of those figures and formulate a strategy for success using that knowledge. You'll learn how to track the business cycle--stage by stage--and how to identify cycle benchmarks that let you know when to make your moves. There's information on where gold fits into the cycle, and when it should be owned--or avoided. And detailed appendices offer analyses of the bond and stock markets as well as a historical analysis of market performance during each of the six stages. Let leading investment advisor and bestselling author Martin Pring show you the way to investor independence. Unsettling economic conditions need not prevent youfrom seizing control of your financial destiny. The All-Season Investor is packed with practical, straightforward methods for allocating assets that let you meet your personal investment goals.
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Martin Pring’s Complete Guide To Technical Analysis: An Indian Perspective comes in handy when P/E ratios and profit projections fail to work. Such fundamentals, do not have a direct impact on market performance, according to the book. Technical analysis, which is free from distortion, hype, and misrepresentation or assumptions made by market analysts. Technical analysis assumes the applicability of one trend till a new trend rises, and such evidence can used to get more profits when trading and investing. Technically analysed principles can be applied to any time frame, historic period, and time frame. This book is specifically written for Indian investors and traders, and is replete with illustrations of Indian market situations. It includes examples from Indian indices and stocks. It also contains some unique market indicators from the Indian market, to help Indian traders and investors. Martin Pring’s Complete Guide To Technical Analysis An Indian Perspective was authored by Martin J Pring, and is available in paperback. The first edition of the book was published in 2006 by Shroff. Key Features: This particular book is specially designed for both learners and intermediate investors and traders
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