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Trading Applications of Japanese Candlestick Charting (Wiley Finance)
ISBN: 0471587281     Date Published: 1993-10     Author(s): Gary S. Wagner, Bradley L. Matheny
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Combines the expertise of a registered commodity broker and a systems analyst to bring readers up to date on candlestick charting methods. Goes a step beyond existing literature to discuss practical applications of this technique and recommended strategies. Integrates candlestick charts with Western technical indicators and trading methods such as stochastics, Elliott Wave, moving averages and oscillators. Features significant treatment of computer analysis of candlesticks.
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Not worth the paper it is printed on!, October 14, 1998 Byrusty white (atlanta, ga.) - See all my reviews This review is from: Trading Applications of Japanese Candlestick Charting (Wiley Finance) (Hardcover) This book is a lead on for you to buy the authors software program. The software program is worthless and doesn't work. You would be better off spending your money on lottery tickets. DON'T BUY THIS BOOK!
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An excellent book, September 30, 2000 Byjohn ormiston (Westport, WA USA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Trading Applications of Japanese Candlestick Charting (Wiley Finance) (Hardcover) I also have Gregory Morris, Candlestick Charting Explained published by McGraw-Hill. Morris's book was good, Wagner's book is better. Each of the authors present an analysis of each candlestick and the probable forecast of the future stock/commodities/market trends. While Morris provides interesting background data on each candlestick, the symbols are rather small. Wagner's efforts are directed more toward actual application...using the candlesticks from day to day in our attempt to fathom the next stock or market move. Wagner's charts are large--four symbols to a page. Wagner goes on to advise the reader of the need to run certain other programs (Fibonacci numbers, Bollinger bands) to confirm your interpretation of the meaning of the candlesticks. Where Morris provides a table of specific candlestick frequencies of occurrence, Wagner provides many pages of software code. I applaud the author's intention to enable us to utilize a computer in the process of reading the specific...
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