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Book Review of Investing in the Second Lost Decade by Pring, Turner, Kopas

The full title is Investing in the Second Lost Decade: A Survival Guide for Keeping Your Profits Up When the Market is Down by Martin J. Pring, Joe D. Turner, and Tom J. Kopas. The book has an associated website here: which contains updated information from the authors. The authors are also principals and portfolio managers … Continue reading

Renko, P&F, Keltner, Bollinger, Donchian, CCI, ROC

I’ve been seeing various traders use a number of such technical indicators that appear to be similar, hence I did a bit of reading up and noted down some of the key points. Renko vs. Point & Figure Charts Both are very similar except for the following differences (not a comprehensive list) Symbols P&F charts … Continue reading

Book Review of Mastering Market Timing by Richard Dickson and Tracy Knudsen

The full title of this book is Mastering Market Timing: Using the Works of L. M. Lowry and R. D. Wyckoff to Identify Key Market Turning Points by Richard A. Dickson and Tracy L. Knudsen, CMT. Both Richard and Tracy work at Lowry Research, which I presume carries on the works of Lyman M. Lowry. This … Continue reading

Tight Closes May Not Necessarily Mean Accumulation

Tight closes or prices within a narrow range does not necessarily imply accumulation, contrary to IBD teachings. The situation can result from two scenarios: With high volume where buyers and sellers are busy fighting / transacting. With average to below average volume where buyers and sellers are taking their time to accumulate / unload. Scenario … Continue reading

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