Martin Pring'S Introduction To Technical Analysis: Seminar And Workbook

Martin Pring'S Introduction To Technical Analysis: Seminar And Workbook

  • Publish Date: 1998-12-01
  • Binding: Paperback
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This is a basic interactive guide to technical analysis - from one of the world's leading experts. Technical analysis is the art of identifying market turning points at a relatively early stage. For the savvy investor or trader who identifies these changes and acts accordingly, the rewards can be enormous. Listen and watch as this unique entry-level guide explains and demonstrates the tools used by one of the world's foremost technical analysts to evaluate emerging trends before they become apparent to the crowd.Using its effective interactive CD-ROM/workbook format, you'll learn how to: interpret charts of futures, stocks markets, and options and identify key support and resistance levels; master the basic concepts of momentum and understand its effect on price; apply the theory with a common sense set of trading strategies; use price and volume patterns to identify breakouts; analyze peaks and troughs that can signal a change in the prevailing trend; interpret moving averages and analyze their impact; and, use state-of-the-art techniques such as candlestick charting to determine trends and reversal patterns. You'll also receive savvy advice on when to buy, when to take profits, and how to deal with false breakouts.You'll develop your technical analysis skills with more than eight hours of CD tutorial, including video, animated diagrams, and extremely realistic movies, including videos. Then you can test yourself by trying the interactive quiz that comes at the end of each chapter. It's the definitive guide to one of today's hottest and most profitable investment tools, and a must for every investor, analyst, and trader.

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