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Significant money can be made by following the right trends, and now, in Trend Qualification and Trading, market technician L.A. Little explains how to identify and qualify these trends to determine the likelihood that they will continue and produce better trading results.
By combining price, volume, time frames, and the relationship between the general market, sectors, and individual stocks, Little shows how to measure the strength of trends. Most importantly, he demonstrates how to determine if a trend has what it takes to develop into a major move with greater profit potential.
Divided into two comprehensive parts, this reliable resource focuses on a redefinition of trend through qualification, explores the implications of trend qualification, and examines the practical applications that flow from it. Page by page, it examines the classical trend model as well as a proposed neoclassical model—which provides the theoretical foundation for both the identification and qualification of trends—and then takes that theory and shows you how it relates to the technical decisions of successfully entering and exiting trades.
With qualified trends, a new age of technical analysis has been ushered into the trading consciousness. These trends are apparent in every stock, commodity, and financial trading instrument and have the potential to lead traders down a more profitable path. With this book as your guide, you'll gain a firm understanding of this innovative idea and discover how to incorporate it into your everyday trading endeavors.
So, throw out all those derivative indicators! With trend qualification, swing points, and anchored support and resistance, you can become aconsistently profitable trader.
LA Little has created his own unique style of swing trading. The style is very concise in its analysis and gives clear trade signals. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrew J. Naughtin
I've been trading for almost 25 years -- fundamental analysis as well as technical analysis -- and I've read more books than I can remember. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Matt M.
A very well written, exhaustively detailed book with accurately notated chart patterns. If you've ever wondered why you get wiped out every time you make a typical trend following... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Donald Pendergast
I have read a lot of books on technical analysis some good and some not. L.A. Little offers a comprehensive, well written, and easy to digest way of looking at price volume action... Read morePublished on June 27, 2013 by D. Spayth
The concepts laid out in the book are great! Though there may be certain rules that seem arbitrary (i.e. 6 days to qualify a swing point), overall they make sense. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Tom D
Completely one dimensional look at trend analysis. Not one chart nor one page on the use of moving averages. Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by JKR
I first want to say that I love L.A. Little's trading methodology outlined in this book. The concepts of swing points and anchor bars denoting areas of significance on a chart make... Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by RockyTopTrader
I have not read the book. And will not. Many trading books are not usable on a kindle because the charts are not of the necessary quality. Read morePublished on October 1, 2012 by Stephan Wiesner