Today's most all-inclusive reference of technical indicators--what they are and how to use them to add value to any trading program Technical analysis has become an incredibly popular investors' tool for gauging market strength and forecasting short-term direction for both markets and individual stocks. But as markets have changed dramatically, so too have technical indicators and elements. The Encyclopedia of Technical Market Indicators provides an alphabetical and up-to-date listing of hundreds of today's most important indicators. It defines what each indicator is, explains the philosophy behind the indicator, and of the greatest importance provides easy-to-understand guidelines for using it in day-to-day trading. Broad in both scope and appeal, this one-of-a-kind reference painstakingly updates information from the previous edition plus defines and discusses nearly 100 new indicators.Starting with $100 and reinvesting profits, total net profits for this r-squared combined with Linear Regression Slope trend-following strategy would have been $544.48, assuming a ... Both technical and fundamental analysis have no validity.
|Title||:||The Encyclopedia Of Technical Market Indicators, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Robert W. Colby|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2002-11-12|