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“The book is called an ‘Encyclopedia’ for a reason. In roughly 1000 pages, it contains 53 chart patterns plus 9 more event patterns which will pretty much cover you for any chart you come across…. if you take technical trading seriously, it is a book that should be on your shelf.”
—Alan Battista, Stockineer.com Book Review
In each chapter of Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Second Edition you'll learn the following about each pattern:
Encyclopedia of Chart Patterns, Second Edition also includes summary tables ranking chart- and event-pattern performance for easy reference; a glossary; a chapter on methodology explaining what each statistical table entry means and how it was calculated; and a visual index to make chart pattern identification a snap.
The result is today's most comprehensive and valuable technical analysis referenceone that will save you critical time in identifying chart patterns and increase your likelihood of buying near the price bottom and selling near the top.
This book is the "Bible" ,if I may say so, for Technical Analysis of stocks. A very complete and well explained compilation of the most important chart patterns. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eduardo Amil T. Alves
Bulkowski's books are the best and you cant go wrong with any of them.
Thomas is a genious and you any investment in any of his books is well worth it. Read more
I refer to this volume every time I am preparing to trade. It is that important! It is a must-have for any investment library.Published 5 months ago by ross h
Too much testing data that is not truly needed.
What is the author trying to prove?
the charts are too small to really look at them in detail.
Traders that uses Classic tecnical analisis must have. It is really an encyclopedia. Have estatistical analisis of Classic chart patterns!Published 13 months ago by Fgvn
Outstanding book! I've increased my success rate by 25% and managed loss much better since I made working the Encyclopedia into my trading routine. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Peter Connelly
What patience he had to study actual success of so many patterns.
I am just finding the reading a bit confusing sometimes. Perhaps if I were more experienced... Read more
This review comes from stockineer.com which is why I wrote the review initially. It's worth sharing here as well to help others make their decision on the purchase of the book, so... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Alan Battista
I have traded on and off for the past 15 years. This book seems to be written by a trader who could not trade to well and just sold a bunch of crap under a title that would WOW... Read morePublished 17 months ago by RICHARD J BAIRD