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Volume and Open Interest : Classic Trading Strategies for 24-Hour Markets
Kenneth H. Shaleen / published: July 1996 / Hardcover / 277 pgs.
 
The best-selling first edition of Volume and Open Interest has become for many traders the definitive work on how market sentiment is reflected through daily analysis of volume and open interest indicators. With the approach of 24-hour markets and the increase in computerized trading bringing global markets closer to reality, author Ken Shaleen has revised and updated this classic resource to serve the needs of traders in today's changing market environment.
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Computer Analysis of the Futures Markets
Charles Lebeau, David W. Lucas / published: January 1992 / Hardcover / 234 pgs.
 
"In my opinion this is the most important new book on futures trading in years. For the many computer traders who have not known how to effectively utilize the tremendous capability at their fingertips, this book really 'fills the gap' by showing them, in easily understandable and easily implimentable terms, how to do so. I give it my highest recommendation." - Edward D. Dobson, President, Traders Press, Inc. Highly recommended
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Technical Analysis (Schwager on Futures)
Jack D. Schwager / published: December 1995 / Hardcover / 800 pgs.
 
The latest book in the Schwager on Futures series, written in the highly-informative yet non-technical style for which the best-selling author is famous. Contains the most complete and in-depth presentation of technical analysis available. Features a synthesis of market analysis along with practical trading considerations.
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Martin Pring on Market Momentum
Martin J. Pring / published: March 1997 (Reprint Edition) / Paperback / 368 pgs.
 
An excellent book on momentum and what it means for traders in all time frames. This book is well written and very well organized. Momentum is covered in-depth without getting overly technical or mathematical. One of the Daytrader's Bulletin's favorites.
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Tape Reading and Market Tactics
Humphrey B. Neill / published: June 1984 (Originally Published 1931) / Paperback / Unknown pgs.
 
Humphrey Neill, the celebrated sage of Saxton's River, Vermont, has inspired generations of contrarians. His advice to investors: Beware of the crowd, don't be swept up by euphoria or down by despair. When everyone thinks alike, watch out. They're probably wrong. Neill's sharp thinking and homespun aphorisms are no less appropriate today than when he began to formulate the theory of contrary opinion three quarters of a century ago. In fact, Neill's ideas formed the basis for the Contra Fund that Fidelity Management established in 1967 and still manages today.
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Beyond Technical Analysis : How to Develop and Implement a Winning Trading System
Tushar S. Chande / published: January 1997 / Hardcover & Disk / 267 pgs.
 
Tushar Chande shows individual and professional traders how to develop and implement a winning trading system, and how to test its future performance through computer simulation. Users can "paper trade" their personal trading system before using it in the real world, accurately estimating how well they can cope with the day-to-day pressures of implementing the system when their capital is at risk and emotions are involved.
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The New Science of Technical Analysis
Thomas R. DeMark / published: September 1994 / Hardcover / 264 pgs.
 
DeMark has spent 23 years trading stocks and futures and studying markets and is considered a major innovator in the field of technical market analysis. An expert on market timing and chart and trend analysis, he definitively and clearly explains his own methods and the new market indicators he has created and uses. He discounts as being too subjective many of the popular trend analysis techniques and suggests that they only seem successful in retrospect and fail to generate buy and sell signals adequately. His system is purely analytical and mechanical, and DeMark himself admits that it is unconventional and unorthodox. He does suggest, though, that his ideas may be applied universally to any event of a cyclical nature.
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Trading With Oscillators : Pinpointing Market Extremes-Theory and Practice
Mark Etzkorn / published: December 1997 / Paperback / 161 pgs.
 
Oscillators are an essential group of indicators that futures, options, and stock traders have embraced to reveal turning points in flat markets. This book discusses the purposes and uses of such important oscillators as stochastic, momentum, Elder-Ray, Williams %R, among many others, then focuses on relative strength index (RSI), one of today's most popular oscillators.
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The Handbook of Technical Analysis : A Comprehensive Guide to Analytical Methods, Trading Systems and Technical Indicators
Darrel R. Jobman / published: March 1995 / Hardcover / pgs.
 
A Reader's Comments: "Exceptional book covering the technical gamut"-Tom DeMark. "Darrel Jobman has captured the essence of various market timing methods. In simplistic terms he describes the key elements and components of many technical methods. His depth of understanding and his unique ability to present the material is apparent from the first page of the book. For beginner, intermediate, and advanced students of technical analysis alike, this book is a "must read".
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Using Technical Analysis : A Step-by-step Guide to Understanding and Applying Stock Market Charting Techniques
Clifford Pistolese / published: March 1994 / Paperback / 253 pgs.
 
A Reader's Comments: This is a practical book about Technical Analysis written by an investor with over 30 years of experience who has "been there and done it". The book has a section with exercises. If I had a complaint, it would be that the patterns shown in the example charts are too clear; things are not that crystal clear in real life. Anyone who reads this book should also read "Trading The Plan" by Robert Deel. Both are very practical.
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Candlestick Charting Explained : Timeless Techniques for Trading Stocks and Futures
Gregory L. Morris / published: September 1995 / Paperback (2nd Edition) / UK pgs.
 
Japanese candlesticks are one of today's most important technical tools. Candlestick Charting Explained demonstrates how candlesticks charts can be used to identify and anticipate price patterns in the financial and commodity markets.
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The Visual Investor : How to Spot Market Trends
John L. Murphy / published: November 1996 / CD ROM Edition / UK pgs.
 
The host of the popular CNBC program Tech Talk with John Murphy introduces readers to the art and science of visual analysis, explaining in terms that non-professionals can understand how to track the ups and downs of stock prices by visually comparing charts, instead of relying on abstruse mathematical formulas and rarefied technical concepts. 50 charts & tables.
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Technical Analysis of the Futures Markets : A Comprehensive Guide to Trading Methods and Applications
John J. Murphy / published: July 1987 / Hardcover / 570 pgs.
 
"This book has been considered a 'must read' for persons who are serious about trading in the futures market." "A good foundation for learning fundamental principles of futures trading. This book should be the bible for traders who are just getting there feet wet and then used as a reference later."
 
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