Getting Started in Technical Analysis Technical analysis is the art and science of deciphering chart patterns in order to better analyze and predict prices of a given security Jack Schwager demystifies technical analysis for investors in

  • Title: Getting Started in Technical Analysis
  • Author: Jack D. Schwager
  • ISBN: 9780471295426
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Technical analysis is the art and science of deciphering chart patterns in order to better analyze and predict prices of a given security Jack Schwager demystifies technical analysis for investors, introducing them to oscillators, price and time charts, on line charting applications, and much .

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    1. I first read this back when it came out in 1999. The book is part tutorial, but its main goal is to help the reader establish a trading system. I've returned to it often.

    2. Given a finite sequence of numbers, how does one prove either that they follow a pattern (and will continue to do so), or that they are random? As a pretty thorough skeptic, I've been fairly sure for a long time that there is no proof, one way or the other. So why do I come back again and again to the possibility of trading, and technical trading at that?I got this book to get reacquainted with the trader's way of thinking and talking. On that level, it certainly did why I wanted it to do. I wou [...]

    3. This book provides a lot of information that seems to be more for someone who has read some previous TA texts of has previous knowledge of the subject matter. It doesn't help that a lot of the charts that he describes are on different pages to the descriptions and requires constant flipping back and forth.Overall I think that Schwager has a lot of very good infomration to present, but falls down slightly on how he goes about it. There is one very good chapter in the book about real-life trading [...]

    4. It has taken me over 3 years to finally wade through this book. I made several stabs at it, but found it so incredibly tedious that I would put it down for weeks on end. As someone who trades, I should have gobbled this up, but it just did not grab me one iota. The charts in the book are dotted all over the place, often pages away from the text referring to them. The print quality is really poor and the charts are hard to read. This book covers a few technical analysis basics, but it most defini [...]

    5. Pros: Wide range of topicsCons: No depthThe books does exactly what its meant to do, get you started. Technical analysis is a complex subject with a wide variety of sub-topics. The author goes through each of them briefly but explains enough to get you well acquainted. Its contents are well organized and easy to understand. Overall a very good intro to TA.*If you're looking for something with more depth, you can go for either Kirkpatrick & Dahlquist, Murphy, Pring, or Edwards & Magee's b [...]

    6. Good book on technical analysis, especially if you are or want to become a stock broker. It is a difficult read for beginners, but if you're interested in day trading, this is a good book to read.

    7. I've read this 3 times now but I'm such a dumbass that it's gonna take 3 more times before it sticks.

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