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Technical Analysis Explained, Fifth Edition
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Preface ix
Part I: Trend-Determining Techniques
1. The Definition and Interaction of Trends 3
2. Financial Markets and the Business Cycle 17
3. Dow Theory 29
4. Typical Parameters for Intermediate Trends 41
5. How to Identify Support and Resistance Zones 55
6. Trendlines 70
7. Basic Characteristics of Volume 97
8. Classic Price Patterns 115
9. Smaller Price Patterns and Gaps 166
10. One- and Two-Bar Price Patterns 186
11. Moving Averages 209
12. Envelopes and Bollinger Bands 233
13. Momentum I: Basic Principles 246
14. Momentum II: Individual Indicators 279
15. Momentum III: Individual Indicators 311
16. Candlestick Charting 340
17. Point and Figure Charting 373
18. Miscellaneous Techniques for Determining Trends 383
19. The Concept of Relative Strength 401
20. Putting the Indicators Together: The DJ Transports 1990-2001 423
Part II: Market Structure
21. Price: The Major Averages 431
22. Price: Sector Rotation 455
23. Time: Analyzing Secular Trends for Stocks,Bonds, and Commodities 471
24. Time: Cycles and Seasonal Patterns 499
25. Practical Identification of Cycles 525
26. Volume II: Volume Indicators 531
27. Market Breadth 560
Part III: Other Aspects of Market Analysis
28. Indicators and Relationships That Measure Confidence 593
29. The Importance of Sentiment 610
30. Integrating Contrary Opinion and Technical Analysis 635
31. Why Interest Rates Affect the Stock Market 653
32. Using Technical Analysis to Select Individual Stocks 673
33. Technical Analysis of International Stock Markets 694
34. Automated Trading Systems 713
35. Checkpoints for Identifying Primary StockMarket Peaks and Troughs 739
Epilogue 753
Appendix: The Elliott Wave 755
Glossary 761
Bibliography 767
Index 773

About the Author

Martin J. Pring is the chairman of Pring Turner Capital groups as well as the strategist for the Pring Turner Business Cycle ETF (symbol DBIZ). He is the founder of Pring.com, which provides research for financial institutions and individual investors around the world. The site also features a 15+ hour interactive online video training course on technical analysis. Since 1984, he has published the InterMarket Review, a monthly market review offering a long-term synopsis of the world's major financial markets, and, in 2013, he joined Golden Gate University as an adjunct professor teaching a virtual graduate-level course on technical analysis.

Martin J. Pring is the chairman of Pring Turner Capital groups as well as the strategist for the Pring Turner Business Cycle ETF (symbol DBIZ). He is the founder of Pring.com, which provides research for financial institutions and individual investors around the world. The site also features a 15+ hour interactive online video training course on technical analysis. Since 1984, he has published the InterMarket Review, a monthly market review offering a long-term synopsis of the world's major financial markets, and, in 2013, he joined Golden Gate University as an adjunct professor teaching a virtual graduate-level course on technical analysis.

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