ALL SIGNALS ARE GO! Why did professional trader and Market Wizard Linda Raschke move completely out of the stock market three days before a major crash? And what motivated Fred Hickey, a Barron's Roundtable participant and editor of a monthly investment newsletter, to send out an alert to his subscribers three months before an October crash? And why did economist Bernard Baumohl recommend going long in the midst of one of the greatest recessions since the Great Depression? Is it luck or is it really possible to forecast what the market will do next? By the time you finish All About Market Indicators , you'll have an answer.
Indicators covered * VIX, * Stochastics, * Volume, * Moving Averages, * Bollinger Bands, * Put Call Ratio, * Breadth, * Momentum, * Sentiment Surveys, * Price, * Relative Strength, * Trend, and * Economic This book answers the "What's the market going to do next?" In addition, you get in-depth interviews with key figures in the world of market indicators, Gerald Appel, Richard Arms, Bernard Baumohl, John Bollinger, Thomas DeMark, Dr. Alexander Elder, Ken Fisher, Fred Hickey, William J. O'Neil, Linda Raschke, Brett Steenbarger, Dr. Van Tharp, Larry WilliamsAnd others... TABLE OF CONTENTS PART THE MOST POPULAR MARKET INDICATORS Chapter 1: Reverse PsychologyChapter 2: By the NumbersChapter 3: Let's Get TechnicalChapter 4: Outside the Box PART HOW TRADERS ANTICIPATE MARKET DIRECTION Chapter 5: The ContrarianChapter 6: The TechnicianChapter 7: The Psychologist PART UNDERSTANDING VOLUME Chapter 8: Price and VolumeChapter 9: High-Frequency TradingChapter 10: Effective Volume PART ONE STEP BEYOND Chapter 11: Timely AdviceChapter 12: Where to Get HelpThe All Signals are Go!
Michael Sincere (www.michaelsincere.com) is the author of a number of investment and trading books, including "Understanding Stocks 2E" (McGraw-Hill) the bestselling "Understanding Options 2E" (McGraw-Hill), "All About Market Indicators" (McGraw-Hill), and "Start Day Trading Now" (Adams Media).
Sincere has written hundreds of columns and magazine articles on investing and trading, including a monthly column for MarketWatch, "The Long-Term Trader."
He has been interviewed on dozens of national radio programs and has appeared on several financial news programs such as CNBC and ABC's World News Now! to talk about his books.
This book should be called "Barely Scratching the Surface of Market Indicators", or "Market Indicators for People Comfortable with Long Division". If you want any mathematical understanding of how any of the indicators work, look elsewhere.