Titolo: Graphs and Their Application to Speculation:...
Casa editrice: Financial Times/Prentice Hall
Data di pubblicazione: 1998
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Codice inventario libreria 9780273637387-3
Riassunto: Originally self-published in 1936, George W. Cole's method centers upon informed analysis based upon the correlation of available information. His technique demonstrates in pictorial form the underlying mass-market psychology and the laws of occurrence and recurrence, which govern all future commodity price trends.
Dal retro di copertina: The classic technical analysis guide to graphing: mapping the mass psychology of market speculators!
* Introduces key graphing and technical analysis techniques still in use today!
* A breakthrough in transforming technical analysis from art to science.
* Techniques that are equally applicable to bull, bear, and volatile markets.
Originally published in 1936, this book introduced powerful market graphing strategies, many of which are not only still in use today — but often are more useful than the versions today's technical analysts depend upon!
George W. Cole wrote this book with the intention of transforming technical speculation from an art to a profession: replacing uninformed gambling with the application of a set of thorough analytical techniques and formulas. The book successfully demonstrates that graphs of price action in the market can visually reflect the mass psychology of market speculators — and that future movements based on this behavior can be accurately predicted. Cole's "science of interpreting market graphs" can be applied to bull and bear markets with equal effect — and help any technical investor discover when to swim with the market tides, and when to swim against them.
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