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.
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Constance Brown, C.M.T. (Chartered Market Technician), is president of Aerodynamic Investments, Inc., and a fund manager who has traded global markets for fifteen years. She wrote Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional, which was selected by the Market Technicians Association to prepare candidates for the professional certification exam.
this book is a great follow up for the ultimate day trader as it shows you the proper uses for technical analysis and why its important to get you techinique down in this strategy... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Bryson Fowler
Summary from my full length review - This book is written with retail traders in mind who has no prior exposure to technical analysis or charting in general. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lawrence Chan
I greatly enjoyed reading this book. It was very well written, and it filled in a few holes in my education. However, I did not learn very much new about technical analysis. Read morePublished on September 5, 2009 by booksnake
The book lacks organization and focus. Don't spend money with this book. Buy Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional, from the same author, if you want to know her... Read morePublished on October 25, 2008 by Tonicarlo R. Velasco
I read about half of the book, the author keeps talking about how great technical analysis is, and how she is one of the experts on that. Read morePublished on December 30, 2007 by Amazon Customer
While I agree the organaztion of the book is a little odd, I find it very amusing that when a brilliant trader reveals one version of the "holy grail" to the public they scoff and... Read morePublished on June 18, 2007 by G. A. Dawson
...because Ms. Brown never gets to the point. She talks around the subject for 300 pages, but never gives the reader the how, what or why of TA. Read morePublished on February 3, 2007 by P. DeBusschere
The author has her heart in the right place. She even starts out trying to go step-by-step, but it does not last. Read morePublished on November 7, 2006 by G. Kanika
In each chapter and throughout this book, the author writes whatever comes to her mind and therefore, it is hard to understand where she heads and concludes what. Read morePublished on March 17, 2006 by N. Demir Kupeli