Technical Analysis Of Stock Market For Beginners : This 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. From how to read charts to understanding indicators and the crucial role technical analysis plays in investing, readers gain a thorough and accessible overview of the field of technical analysis, with a special emphasis on futures markets. Revised and expanded for the demands of today's financial world, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in tracking and analyzing market behavior. This book contains the following topics that will guide you through the path of Technical Analysis Of Stock Market. Table of Contents Chapter 1 A Good Trader Chapter 2 Traders vs. Investors Chapter 3 Types of Traders Market Participants. Retail Investors: HNIs: Institutional Investors: Arbitrageurs: Speculators: Jobbers: Traders Type (Time basis). Scalpers Day Traders Swing Traders Position Traders a Chapter 4 Trading Styles Trend Trading. What is a Trend? What are types of Trends? Advantages of Trend Trading: Swing Trading What is Swing Trading? How does Swing Trading work? What are the advantages of Swing Trading? Chapter 5 The How, When and What of a Trade What Kind of a Trader Are You? The Novice The Student The Sceptic The Oracle The Trader How to Trade Like a Master Trading Only High Probability Opportunities Never Over-Trade. Find a Shoe That Fits Your Size. Timing the Markets. Your Trade Should Fit the Type of Stock You are Trading Fundamental Stocks Technical Stocks Supply Choke or 'Punting' Markets How Many Open Trades at a Time? Chapter 6 Risk Control: How to Stop Losses and Protect Your Gains Why Some Traders Don't Use Stop Losses Stop Loss General Rule Trailing Stop Loss Stop Losses for Volatile Stocks Using Stop Losses to Protect Your Profits Stop Losses When Markets Open with Gaps Stop Losses When a Stock is Being Manipulated Chapter 7 The Art Of Reading Charts Candlestick Charts Overbought/ Oversold Overload Gaps in Candlestick Charts Breakaway Gaps: Continuation Gaps: Exhaustion Gap: Weekly Charts-- For a Longer Trading Position Using Hourly Charts 41 Be With the Stock On the 'West Side' and Let it Go On the 'East Side'. Chapter 8 Trading Strategies Never Fight the Market Don't Trade When You Don't Have Any Edge Trading Pitfalls-- and How to Avoid Them How much should you trade? Buy High, Sell Higher Going for the Jugular Trade Trade With What You Can Afford to Lose When Day Trading, Be a Fruit Vendor. Winning the Game of Odds Secrets of Open Interest Riding the Longer Cycle Consensus Indicators Channel Trading Systems Improving Your Odds Trading the Different Types of Rallies Short Covering Rally Long Term Rally Sectoral Rally The Successful Trader's Psychology Trading Replicates the Behaviour of Fish Stop Blaming Others Don't Have Preconceived Notions About the Market's Direction Reading the Mind of Others Who are Trading Your Stocks Beware the Trading Minefields Trading Secrets from the MastersFundamental Of Stocks : Analysis Stock Trading Tips N Guided Book Stock Market Guru ... For example, an uptrend is classified as a series of higher highs and higher lows, while a downtrend is one of the lower lows and lower highs. A trend ofanbsp;...
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