John J. Murphy is President of MURPHYMORRIS, Inc., a producer of interactive educational products for technical analysis. A former technical analyst for CNBC and director of Merrill Lynch's Technical Analysis Futures Division, he is the author of The Visual Investor and Intermarket Technical Analysis.
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. Features a synthesis of market analysis along with practical...
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.
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.
by Robert D. Edwards, John Magee, W. H. C. Bassetti
Technical Analysis of Stock Trends, 8th Edition, is a critical reference for investors--especially in today's tumultuous markets. This seminal book--the first to produce a methodology for interpreting and profiting from the predictable behavior of investors and markets--revolutionized technical investment approaches and continues to show traders and investors how to make money regardless of what the market is doing.
Mastering Microcaps: Strategies, Trends, and Stock Selection by Marc Robins, Daniel P. Coker
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