book is an absolute "must have" if you desire to know anything about understanding
candlestick charting. If you want to trade stock using technical analysis,
then this is the book for you. The author teaches you invaluable information
about the candlestick charts and how to understand them.
internationally as ``The Father of Candlesticks,'' Nison reveals more Japanese
charting methods which have never been published or used in the Western
world. Describes kagi, renko and three-line break charts. Provides a brief
review of candlesticks and previously unavailable candlestick patterns
that can be used in equities, fixed-income, foreign exchange and overseas
Charting Explained demonstrates how candlesticks charts can be used to
identify and anticipate price patterns in the financial and commodity markets.
Comprehensive and authoritative, the book explains how to combine candlestick
with other technical tools to identify profitable trades. Clearly written
and illustrated, Candlestick Charting Explained is a superb book for any
trader who wants to master this powerful trading system.
50 years, this universally acclaimed classic has remained the bible on
technical stock analysis. This 7th edition explains every aspect of charting--from
basic principles to advanced trading techniques--to help investors make
money regardless of what the market is doing. Completely revised and updated
with new charts and references.
easy-to read charts and graphs, along with disks containing leading software
demos, a renowned investment analyst offers individual investors tips and
techniques on tracking the ups and downs of stock prices.
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.
in Worth Magazine as one of the four investment classics of all time, this
fictionalized biography is among the most compelling books ever written
on trading in the markets. Penned in 1923, the text remains timeless because
it captures a trader's mind so accurately—the recollections of mistakes,
lessons learned and insights gained. Packed with observational gems about
the markets and trading.