Offering a clear explanation of financial statements with a practical approach to the analysis of an oil company, this introduction contains tables, figures, and worksheets, and examples of analysis of virtually every aspect of an oil company are provided in detail. Financial quick-look techniques, rules of thumb, commentary, and a glossary are included.Classical technical analysis interprets this as an indication the stock is encountering resistance to move higher than the high prices defined by the ... Other patterns have names like ascending triangle, double-bottom reversal, rounding-top reversal, and breakaway gap, each with a different interpretation. ... Technical analysts theoretically are not concerned with the financial information about a company.
|Title||:||Introduction to Oil Company Financial Analysis|
|Author||:||David C. Johnston, Daniel Johnston|
|Publisher||:||PennWell Books - 2006|