Technical Analysis from A to Z, 2nd Edition
by Steven B. Achelis
Book Description: This revised edition provides a basic overview of technical analysis for readers who are new to the subject, explaining what technical analysis with regard to trading actually entails. It presents 102 technical indicators, arranged alphabetically.
The Investor's Guide to Technical Analysis
by Curt Renz
Book Description: The Investor's Guide to Technical Analysis provides investors with practical strategies, cut-to-the-chase explanations, and detailed introductions to the basic tools and concepts of technical analysis. More than just an overview of technical analysis, this results-based book shows investors how to apply the most efficient and reliable TA tools to their investment programs and greatly increase both their confidence and their results.
Technical Analysis Applications In The Global Currency Markets Second Edition
by Cornelius Luca
Book Description: A comprehensive guide to the foreign currency market showing beginners and experienced traders how to use technical analysis to cash in on opportunities. The enclosed CD-ROM contains a software software demonstration program to test the methods in the text and apply them to real trading.
by Jack D. Schwager
Book Description: The latest book in the Schwager on Futures series, written in the highly-informative yet non-technical style for which the bestselling author is famous. Contains the most complete and in-depth presentation of technical analysis available.
The Encyclopedia Of Technical Market Indicators, Second Edition
by Robert W. Colby
Book Description: First published in 1988, The Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators has sold more than 20,000 copies with revenues of nearly 600,000 dollars. In the years since its original publication, much has changed concerning technical analysis and market indicators. Many new indicators have emerged and are now in widespread use. Other indicators have fallen out of favor. Still other indicators that have been in use for years are being used in new ways or with a new twist. The revised edition of this classic will be much broader in scope and appeal and be more user friendly.
How Technical Analysis Works (New York Institute of Finance (Hardcover))
by Bruce M. Kamich
Book Description: Like his international bestselling Barron's named this book one of the best of the year - and for good reason. "How Technical Analysis Works" is a friendly and easy-to-read (but not *too* simple) guide to charting and technical analysis. Instead of focusing on a single methodology, this book provides an arsenel of tools and explains how they're used for market timing, stock selection, and risk management.
Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets
by John J. Murphy
Book Description: Like his international bestselling John J. Murphy has now updated his landmark bestseller Technical Analysis of the Futures Markets, to include all of the financial markets. This outstanding reference has already taught thousands of traders the concepts of technical analysis and their application in the futures and stock markets. Covering the latest developments in computer technology, technical tools, and indicators, the second edition features new material on candlestick charting, intermarket relationships, stocks and stock rotation, plus state-of-the-art examples and figures. Revised and expanded for the demands of today's financial world, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in tracking and analyzing market behavior.
The New Science of Technical Analysis
by Thomas R. DeMark
Book Description: This book is filled with innovative, creative, and clever new ideas on technical analysis. Tom DeMark has done a wonderful job of turning subjective techniques into objective strategies and tactics. If you're an experiece trader, you must read this book! If you trade based on any type of Technical Methodology, then this book should be on your book shelf.