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Get the word from the Master! ... the indicator discussion is heaven for tech junkies. --  John Sweeney, editor, Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities John explains the Bands in detail, from the Squeeze to the Walk to the relationship between Bands and other indicators. --  Steve Achelis, Author of Technical Analysis from A to Z This book is a wonderful, easy-to-understand explanation of his famous baby. --  Bill Griffeth, CNBC TV Anchor From the Back Cover   "All in all, Bollinger on Bollinger Bands is a gem. ...within 10 minutes of opening it, it went on my list of the five best technical analysis books ever." - Active Trader The First Comprehensive Traders' Guide to Using Bollinger Bands­­from the Man Who Created Them Includes handy Bollinger Bands reference card Over the past two decades, thousands of veteran traders have come to view Bollinger Bands as the most representative­­and reliable­­tool for assessing expected price action. Now, in the long-anticipated  Bollinger on Bollinger Bands , John Bollinger himself explains how to use this extraordinary technique to effectively compare price and indicator movements. Traders can look to this techniques-oriented book for hundreds of valuable insights, including: Analysis of the primary indicators derived from Bollinger Bands­­%b and BandWidth How traders can use Bollinger Bands to work with­­instead of against­­commonly encountered trading patterns Strategic use of Bollinger Bands in short-, mid-, and long-term trading programs Three trading systems based on Bollinger Bands The essence of successful investing is to determine when a stock's price is too high or too low and then act accordingly. While John Bollinger would be the first to argue that no techniques exist for definitively determining these levels,  Bollinger on Bollinger Bands  presents an insider's examination of the one tool that­­if its widespread popularity is an accurate judge of its effectiveness­­comes closer than anything else. Concise yet comprehensive, it is one of today's truly indispensable investment guidebooks. "The purpose of this book is to help you avoid many of the common traps investors get caught in, including the buy_low, sell-high trap, where the investor buys only to watch the stock continue downward or sells only to watch the stock continue upward. Here, the traditional, emotional approach to the markets is replaced with a relative framework within which prices can be evaluated in a rigorous manner leading to a series of rational investment decisions without reference to absolute truths. " ­­From the Introduction In the 1970s, market newcomer John Bollinger couldn't find a system of investment analysis to fit his belief that all market events exist only in relation to one another and that there are no absolutes. So he created his own. That approach­­Rational Analysis­­led to the establishment of Bollinger Bands and ensured Bollinger's spot in investment analysis history. Now, in  Bollinger on Bollinger Bands , John Bollinger explains the market conditions that led to his initial discovery, and gives readers the inside story of the development and refinement of Bollinger Bands. He then goes on to present a relative decision framework built around Rational Analysis and Bollinger Bands­­an extraordinarily powerful combination of technical and fundamental analysis that answers the question of whether prices are too high or too low for virtually any security or market environment. By understanding how to incorporate Bollinger's techniques into their own investment strategy, investors will greatly increase their ability to ignore often-costly emotions and arrive at rational decisions supported by both the facts and the underlying market environment.  Bollinger on Bollinger Bands  provides: The first  authoritative  examination of this revolutionary technical analysis tool Three simple systems for implementing Bollinger Bands Innovative methods for clarifying patterns­­and analyzing time frames and moving averages The key to effective investment analysis is to­­as much as possible­­eliminate emotion and approach each trade on its technical and fundamental merits alone. Since their introduction, few analytical techniques have helped investors do this better or more consistently than Bollinger Bands.  Bollinger on Bollinger Bands  provides tips, guidelines, and rules for incorporating the bands into virtually any investment strategy. It is a watershed book, written by the only man truly qualified to claim a comprehensive knowledge of the topic­­John Bollinger himself.
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For the 30th anniversary of Bollinger Bands, John Bollinger held a special two-day seminar teaching how to use his Bollinger Bands and which indicators to use for confirmation. Comprehensively covered are the classic Bollinger Band indicators, John’s newest Bollinger Band indicators, volume indicators including open and closed forms, technical analysis techniques including M& W patterns, Three pushes to a high and The Ice Breaker Trading System. This two DVD set features more than 8 hours of presentations.
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By Edwin Lefevre
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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is adapted from a series of Saturday Evening Post articles written by Edwin Lefevre in the 1920s. The book narrates Livermore's ascent from a "boy plunger" to the most influential speculator on Wall Street. While much of the book is devoted to Livermore's experiences, a larger part of the book deals with trading wisdom and rules that Livermore imparts through Lefevre. Years later, many trading and investing books repeat the very same rules first enunciated by Livermore in Reminiscences, such as: go with the trend; no stock is too high to buy or too low to sell; let your winners run and cut your losses short; make your own decisions; and market history repeats itself. Interestingly, Livermore frequently violated his own rules and usually lost money as a result. The enduring appeal to the book rests in Livermore's view that the market is made up of people and the excesses of the market reflect mass psychology and the mistakes of individuals are frequently the result of the inability to control fear and greed. Thus, the views and lessons of Livermore continue to be relevant to every new generation of investors and traders. About The Author: Edwin Lefevre was trained as a mining engineer, but became a journalist at age 19. He produced eight books, including The Making of a Stockbroker, during his 53-year writing career. Special Features: ?General Finance Readers ?Financial History Fans
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