The Technical Analyst names Investing with Volume Analysis Book of the Year at an award ceremony in LondonInvesting with Volume Analysis
has now won both Trader Planet's STAR AWARD
for top Book Resource and the internationally prestigious Technical Analyst's Book of the Year Award
. TA's Awards panel had the following to say:
"very clear, covered extensively, with useful examples"Investing With Volume Analysis
"Formulas are perfectly explained ... involved T.A.. tools are impressive"
"A very attractive topic: including volume in T.A. is most often not mastered by practitioners, and difficult"
Wins Traders Planet's 2013 1st Place STAR Award
Trader Plant's critique:
"He lucidly demonstrates numerous state-of-the-art methods for analyzing the relationship of volume to price movement and the evolution of market trends."
"Any investor or trader that utilizes volume indicators in technical analysis to find solid market plays should read this book."
"His in-depth work takes volume analysis to a higher level, a level at which reward significantly outweighs risk."
From the Author
(Fort Wayne, IN) The Technical Analyst, an international publication servicing institutional financial markets, just named Investing with Volume Analysis as its Book of the Year at an award ceremony in London on April 18, 2013. Author Buff Dormeier accepted the award saying,
"I am extremely honored to accept this Award and do so with deep humility.... Although none of us know the future, as accomplished practitioners of market analysis we have each developed an edge, an edge to be treasured but not necessarily hidden. Yet we all share our ideas. I pray daily for wisdom. Perhaps that is why I am blessed to be supported upon the shoulders of the work of great practitioners like these willing to share their own insights. So let us thank, Mr. Matthew Clements whose magazine The Technical Analyst's scours the globe bringing unique ideas to light that we all might be better at our professions. Cheers!". Technical Analysis by Charles Kirkpatrick & Julia Dalhquist was the runner up, making it a clean sweep for financial publisher FT Press.