International Encyclopedia of Technical Analysis

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Whether you trade bonds, stocks, options, futures, or currencies, this book has it all.
It presents each trading system and strategy complete with related terms, charts, graphs, examples, analysis, and full illustrations.

Investors are firmly entrenched in two camps--those who believe that economic and financial fundamentals are the keys to investment success, and those who prefer some form of technical analysis. To serve those who use technical analysis, the authors have written a practical, useful and comprehensive guide to all the major and minor technical systems used by today's investors and financial professionals.

In this unique reference book, technical analysis systems are discussed in depth, with detailed attention to the pros and cons of each. In addition, the Encyclopedia offers a minidictionary of the terms, concepts, and market issues which are part of the technical analysis landscape.

This book will be helpful to investors, stockbrokers, and anyone working within the financial services market.

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Joel G. Siegel , Ph.D., CPA, is a Professor of Accounting and Information Services at Queens College. He has served as a consultant, including with Citicorp and the American Institute of CPAs.

Jae K. Shim is Professor of Business Administration at California State University, Long Beach, and a consultant for over twenty years. He is also president of the National Business Review Foundation.

Anique Qureshi , Ph.D., CPA, CIA, is Professor of Accounting and Information Systems at the University of Tampa and a computer consultant in network applications to business.

Jeffrey Brauchler , CPA, is a computer consultant and author of numerous articles.

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