Technical Analysis: Power Tools for Active Investors

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Categories: Business
Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall/Financial Times Prentice Hall | Date published: 01/29/2007


In this book, one of the world's most respected technical analysts presents a complete course in forecasting future market behavior through cyclical, trend, momentum, and volume signals. Unlike most technical analysis books, Gerald Appel's Technical Analysis offers step-by-step instructions virtually any investor can use to achieve breakthrough market success. Appel illuminates a wide range of strategies and timing models, demystifying even advanced technical analysis for the first time. He presents technical analysis solutions for short-, intermediate-, and long-term investors, and even for mutual fund investors. Many of the strategies and models he presents have never before been published. Several are based on MACD, a tool that revolutionized technical analysis--and one that he created. This book distills over thirty years of trading experience into a practical guide you can start profiting from right now. Learn technical analysis from one of the world's top experts. Hands-on guidance from Gerald Appel, publisher of Systems and Forecasts; Coping with today's unprecedented market volatility; Indispensable techniques for profiting in uncertain markets Winning techniques that take just 10 minutes a week; Better results than "buy and hold"--with far less risk; Riding the tides of market wave movement; How to recognize crucial political, seasonal, and time-based cycles MACD: The ultimate market timing indicator invented by the author himself. Includes new, advanced breakthrough techniques that revolutionize technical analysis. How you can profit from technical analysis ... step-by-step!; By Gerald Appel, inventor of the MACD technique used by virtually every serious technical analyst; How to uncover the hidden clues that reveal when markets are about to shift; For short-term, medium-term, and long-term investors--including those new to technical analysis.

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