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* The Visual Investor, Second Edition breaks down technical analysis into terms that are accessible to even individual investors.


John J. Murphy is a former technical analyst for CNBC and has over forty years of market experience. He is the face of StockCharts.com, which provides financial information to online investors via technical analysis tools. Murphy has appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNN's Moneyline, Nightly Business Report, and Wall $treet Week with Louis Rukeyser. In 1992, he was given the first award for outstanding contribution to global technical analysis by the International Federation of Technical Analysts, and was the recipient of the 2002 Market Technicians Association Annual Award. In addition to the First Edition of The Visual Investor, he is also author of Intermarket Technical Analysis and Intermarket Analysis, all of which are published by Wiley. He also authored Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets. Murphy has a bachelor of arts in economics and a master of business administration from Fordham University.


Preface. Acknowledgments. SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION. What Has Changed? Fund Categories. Global Funds. Investors Need to Be Better Informed. Benefits of Visual Investing. Structure of the Book. CHAPTER 1: What Is Visual Investing? Why Market Analysis? The Trend Is to Blend. What's in a Name? Why Study the Market? Chartists Are Cheaters. It's Always Just Supply and Demand. Charts Are Just Faster. Charts Do Look Ahead. Pictures Don't Lie. Picture Anything You Want. The Market's Always Right. It's All About Trend. Isn't the Past Always Prologue? Timing Is Everything. Summary. CHAPTER 2. The Trend Is Your Friend. What Is a Trend? Support and Resistance Levels. Role Reversal. Short Versus Long Term. Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Charts. Recent versus Distant Past. Trendlines. Channel Lines. Retracing Our Steps by One-Third, One-Half, and Two-Thirds. Weekly Reversals. Summary. CHAPTER 3: Pictures That Tell a Story. Chart Types. Time Choices. Scaling. Volume Analysis. Chart Patterns. Measuring Techniques. Even the Fed Is Charting. The Triangle. Points and Figure Charts. Chart Pattern Recognition Software. SECTION TWO: INDICATORS. CHAPTER 4 Your Best Friend in a Trend. Two Classes of Indicators. The Moving Average. The Simple Average. Weighting the Average or Smoothing It? Moving Average Lengths. Moving Average Combinations. Summary. CHAPTER 5: Is It Overbought or Oversold? Measuring Overbought and Oversold Conditions. Divergences. Momentum. Welles Wilde's Relative Strength Index. The Stochastics Oscillator. Combine RSI and Stochastics. Summary. CHAPTER 6: How to Have the Best of Both Worlds. MACD Construction. MACD as Trend-Following Indicator. MACD as an Oscillator. MACD Divergences. How to Blend Daily and Weekly Signals. How to Make MACD Even Better-The Histogram. Be Sure to Watch Monthly Signals. How to Know Which Indicators to Use. The Average Directional Movement (ADX) Line. Summary. SECTION THREE: Linkage. CHAPTER 7 Market Linkages. The Asset Allocation Process. The Relative Strength Ratio. 2002 Shift from Paper to Hard Assets. Commodity/Bond Ratio also Turned up. Turns in the Bond/Stock Ratio. 2007 Ratio Shifts Back to Bonds. Bonds Rise as Stocks Fall. Falling U.S. Rates Hurt the Dollar. Falling Dollar Pushes Gold to Record High. Commodity-Related Stocks. Foreign Stocks Are Linked to the Dollar. Commodity Exporters Get Bigger Boost. Global Decoupling Is a Myth. Rising Yen Threatens Global Stocks. Review of 2004 Intermarket Book. Summary. CHAPTER 8: Market Breadth. Measuring Market Breadth with NYSE Ad Line. NYSE Ad Line Violates Moving Average Lines. Advance-Decline Shows Negative Divergence. Where the Negative Divergences Were Located. Retail Stocks Start to Underperform During 2007. Retailers and Homebuilders Were Linked. Consumers are also Squeezed by Rising Oil. Dow Theory. Transports Don't Confirm Industrial High. Percent of NYSE Stocks above 200-Day Average. NYSE Bullish Percent Index. Point-and-Figure Version of BPI. Summary. CHAPTER 9: Relative Strength and Rotation. Uses of Relative Strength. Top-Down Analysis. Relative Strength versus Absolute Performance. Using Relative Strength between Stocks. Comparing Gold Stocks to Gold. How to Spot New Market Leaders. Where the Money Came from. Spotting Rotation Back into Large Caps. Trend Changes Are Easy to Spot. Rotation within Market Sectors. Chinese Stocks Lose Leadership Role. Summary. SECTION FOUR: MUTUAL FUNDS AND EXCHANGE TRADED FUNDS. CHAPTER 10 Sectors and Industry Groups. Difference between Sectors and Industry Groups. Performance Charts. Sector Carpets. Using Market Carpet to Find Stock Leaders. Industry Group Leader. Sector Trends Need to Be Monitored. Information on Sectors and Industry Groups. Spotting Natural Gas Leadership. Natural Gas Components. CBOE Volatility (VIX) Index. Summary. CHAPTER 11: Mutual Funds. What Works on Mutual Funds. Open-versus Closed-End Funds. Charting Adjustments on Open-End Funds. Blending Fundamental and Technical Data. Relative Strength Analysis. Traditional and Nontraditional Mutual Funds. Keep It Simple. 200-Day Moving Avera


Titel: The Visual Investor
Untertitel: How to Spot Market Trends
EAN: 9780470382059
ISBN: 978-0-470-38205-9
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Genre: Allgemeines & Lexika
Anzahl Seiten: 336
Gewicht: 550g
Größe: H235mm x B165mm x T28mm
Jahr: 2009
Auflage: 2nd Edition