Author: Martin Pring
- Trading books are a form of accounting ledger that contains records of all tradeable financial assets of a bank.
- Trading books are subject to gains and losses that affect the financial institution directly.
- Losses in a bank’s trading book can have a cascading effect on the global economy, such as those that occurred during the 2008 financial crisis.
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This comprehensive 520-page book is suitable for beginner and intermediate technicians alike. The contents are as follows:
Part I Trend Determining Techniques 1. Market Cycle Model 2. Financial Markets and the Business Cycle 3. Dow theory 4. Parameters for Intermediate-Term Trends 5. Price patterns 6. Flags, Pennants,Wedges and Gaps 7. Trendlines 8. Moving Averages 9. Momentum I 10. Momentum II 11. Point and Figure Charting 12. Miscellaneous Techniques 13. Putting the Techniques Together
Part II Market Structure 1. Price: The major Averages 2. Price: Group rotation 3. Time :Longer-Term Cycles 4. Time: Cycle Identification 5. Volume 6. Breadth
Part III Interest Rates and Equities 1. Why rates affect the market 2. Short-term Interest Rates 3. Long-term Interest Rates
Part IV Other Aspects of Market Behavior 1. Sentiment Indicators 2. Speculative Activity in the Stock Market 3. Automated Trading Systems 4. Putting the Indicators Together
Part V Specific Markets 1. Individual Stock Markets 2. Individual Stocks 3. Gold 4. Currencies 5. Commodity Market Appendix A: Candle Charts Appendix B: The Elliott Principle
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