- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: FT Press; 1 edition (August 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0132699060
- ISBN-13: 978-0132699068
- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1 x 8.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 38 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,624,529 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“George Lindsay was far more than just another analyst seeking solutions to the market’s mysteries. He made some eerily accurate market predictions, and his techniques and explanations continue to be roadmaps for many of today’s better technical analysts. This book belongs on the desk of anyone who is serious about market analysis and forecasting.”
--Peter Eliades, Editor-Publisher, Stockmarket Cycles; President, Stockmarket Cycles Management
“George Lindsay was a gifted market visionary, who operated at a time when all of the wonderful technical tools we now use were unavailable. He had to get by on just what he could see in the simple charts, and that led Lindsay to find patterns and behaviors invisible to most people. Ed Carlson has captured these lessons before they are lost to time so that we can all benefit.”
--Tom McClellan, Editor, The McClellan Market Report, www.mcoscillator.com
“For followers and fans of George Lindsay and his methods, look no further because this is the bible. For those wishing to study the life and methods of George Lindsay, this book is a must for your bookshelf.”
--Martin Pring, President, Pring.com
“Ed Carlson has done market analysts a terrific service in presenting George Lindsay’s work for posterity. The book starts with a well-researched biography and progresses to an organized presentation of Lindsay’s insights into history and market patterns. The book is filled with illustrations and rounded out with pithy quotes from Lindsay. When you finish the book, you feel that you just spent a week with the guy.”
--Robert Prechter, Elliott Wave International
“Ed Carlson presents an engaging account of a long-forgotten market technician, using real market action to animate his tale. As a trader, Ed makes the story useful and readers can easily apply the lessons of history to their own portfolios.”
--Michael Carr, Chief Market Strategist, Dunn Warren Investment Advisors; Editor of the Market Technicians Association newsletter, Technically Speaking
“I remember reading some of Lindsay’s works in the Encyclopedia of Stock Market Techniques and saw him on Wall Street Week. Both were fairly difficult to comprehend at the time (mid-1980s), but it was fascinating to watch and read his determination to project his analysis, especially with enthusiasm and an abundance of confidence. Ed Carlson has interpreted seemingly difficult information into an extraordinary tome about a market technique that has been essentially lost for decades. This is the first work on Lindsay that I have seen which lays out his process in an orderly and understandable manner. It was truly enjoyable reading.”
--Greg Morris, author of Candlestick Charting Explained and The Complete Guide to Market Breadth Indicators; Chief Technical Analyst, Stadion Money Management
From 1950 through the 1970s, George Lindsay created some of technical analysis’s most fertile and profitable innovations. Brilliant and eccentric, Lindsay was honored with the Market Technician’s Award in 1991--the field’s most prestigious honor. Until now, however, the primary source for Lindsay’s work has been his old newsletters: materials that can be difficult to find and work with.
Now, Ed Carlson rescues Lindsay’s powerful methods for posterity--and for modern investors savvy enough to recognize their value. Carlson explains Lindsay’s models clearly, simply, and visually. Using this book, you can apply Lindsay’s techniques without strong mathematical expertise and without deciphering Lindsay’s dense writing style.
Whether you’re a long- or short-term investor, money manager, or market historian, this book will be an indispensable addition to your technical analysis library--and your trading arsenal.
- Recognize surprising patterns in “haphazard” movements: how Lindsay’s “Three Peaks and a Domed House” model demystifies short-lived trends
- Use “The Lindsay Timing Model” to identify tradable market tops
- Predict “decisive, often violent” market movements
- Author includes a start-to-finish case study to better understand Lindsay’s methods
About the Author
Ed Carlson, CMT, is an independent trader and consultant based in Seattle, Washington. He hosts the MTA Podcast Series: Conversations and manages the website Seattle Technical Advisors.com. Ed spent 20 years as a stockbroker; he is a chartered market technician and holds an M.B.A. from Wichita State University.
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Neither the book nor the methods are perfect. You will have to read and think about the information, but there are multiple good ideas in this book.
Additionally, he gives us a look inside the private life of George Lindsay where possible, documenting the sources for his conclusions.
I found the book a good combination of the story of Lindsay and the details required to look and see patterns of the stock market. Not being a analyst but an investor, i felt i gleaned a better understanding of the nuisances of how the market works, how Lindsay's methods can clarify (takes some concentration there) patterns and that there are many ways to be smart about the market and potentially gain from it. I found the book very useful in that way.
I notice the book being used in WSJ's Market Watch articles already, which I thought was a good sign of credibility. Seemed like a good investment to make better investments and it was.
a side note; what's with the flaming shout fest between Jason K and seemingly the rest of the world!? It made me laugh out loud and enjoyed the Carlson/ Lindsay book even more after I had already bought it.
Read the book, and make your own decision. Smart stuff.
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