Robert D. Edwards, John Magee, W.H.C. Bassetti
January 15, 2018
by CRC Press
Reference - 625 Pages - 300 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138069411 - CAT# K33530
This revised and updated version of the best-selling book, Technical Analysis of Stock Trends, 10th Edition, presents proven long- and short-term stock trend analysis enabling investors to make smart, profitable trading decisions. The book covers technical theory such as The Dow Theory, reversal patterns, consolidation formations, trends and channels, technical analysis of commodity charts, and advances in investment technology. The book also includes a comprehensive guide to trading tactics from long and short goals, stock selection, charting, low and high risk, trend recognition tools, balancing and diversifying the stock portfolio, application of capital, and risk management. This sharpened and updated new edition offers patterns and charts that are tighter and more illustrative, including modifiable charts. Expanded material will be offered on Pragmatic Portfolio Theory as a more elegant alternative to Modern Portfolio Theory; and a newer, simpler, and more powerful alternative to Dow Theory is presented.
Preface Section 1: Technical Theory Chapter 1: The technical approach to trading and investing Chapter 2: Charts Chapter 3: The Dow Theory Chapter 4: The Dow Theory’s defects Chapter 5: Replacing Dow Theory with John Magee’s Basing Points Procedures Chapter 6: Important Reversal Patterns Chapter 7: Important Reversal Patterns: continued Chapter 8: Important Reversal Patterns: the Triangles Chapter 9: Important Reversal Patterns: continued Chapter 10: Other Reversal Phenomena Chapter 11: Consolidation Formations Chapter 12: Gaps Chapter 13: Support and Resistance Chapter 14: Trendlines and Channels Chapter 15: Major Trendlines Chapter 16: Technical Analysis of Commodity Charts Chapter 17: A Summary and Concluding Comments Section 2: Trading Tactics Chapter 18: The Tactical Problems Chapter 19: The All-important Details Chapter 20: The kind of stocks we want: the speculator’s viewpoint Chapter 21: Selection of stocks to chart Chapter 22: Selection of stocks to chart: continued Chapter 23: Choosing and managing high-risk stocks: tulip stocks, Internet sector, and speculative frenzies Chapter 24: The probable moves of your stocks Chapter 25: Two touchy questions Chapter 26: Round lots or odd lots? Chapter 27: Stop orders Chapter 28: What is a bottom, what is a top? Chapter 29: Trendlines in action Chapter 30: Use of Support and Resistance Chapter 31: Not all in one basket Chapter 32: Measuring implications in technical chart patterns Chapter 33: Tactical review of chart action Chapter 34: A quick summation of tactical methods Chapter 35: Effect of technical trading on market action Chapter 36: Automated timeline: The Moving Average Chapter 37: The same old patterns Chapter 38: Balanced and diversified Chapter 39: Trial and error Chapter 40: How much capital to use in trading Chapter 41: Application of capital in practice Chapter 42: Portfolio risk management Chapter 43: Stick to your guns Appendix A: The Dow Theory in practice Appendix B: Resources Section 1: important and indispensable sites Section 2: references for further study Section 3: investment-oriented sites Section 4: the Sharpe Ration Section 5: calculating volatility Section 6: the essence of fundamental analysis Section 7: software packages and Internet technical analysis sites Section 8: the Leverage Space Portfolio Model Glossary Bibliography