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Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes (Inglés) Tapa dura – 2008

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Home Run ! 17 de septiembre de 2010
Por SteveStock - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa dura Compra verificada
Like many traders, I've purchased just about all of the books including Darvas, Elders, Lichello etc.
I've studied trading systems including Livermores and read hundreds of articles on the topic. I've also traded for about
25 years now as well. I dont give book reviews very often either as I really cant be bothered to be honest
about it. But this book is really worth the money.

I felt the book was more for someone who already has experience and is polishing his skill.

Quickly, some of the really important hi-lites that hit home with me were as follows:

1) Dont trade until you know the direction of the trend. As obvious as this seems every single time
I speak with amateur traders they miss this one. Instead, they try to anticpate (or guess) the moves and end up losing heavy.
2) Use multiple time lines with moving averages. This one I learned from experience. Use 3 time lines such as the 50, 100, 200
day moving average. However, DONT TRADE BASED ON THE MA as price is your guide. When they cross its time to consider exiting.
Trading using the MA is one that I struggled with for years. The MA is a great guide for trend but dont use it to guess tops
or bottoms.
3) The Book goes into Volume and Stage Analysis as well. Although Weinstein did a good job with stage analysis, this book still
did a superb job on this topic in describing the behind the scenes actions by traders.

What I really liked about the book was that it kept things simple. It doesnt go into depth on candle sticks, macds, and many other
indicators which I personally never cared for. Brian Shannon gets right down the the heart of the matter which is finding the trend,
placing your trade, and taking profits. The book cuts through the bull so to speak.

I am currently taking notes and re-reading the book. Its a permanent addition to my library.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas you have to be kidding 3 de septiembre de 2010
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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I purchased this book based on a mention in "One Good Trade" (which happens to be an excellent book). I can only surmise that "Bella" (author of One good trade") is friends with this author. The book costs 82 bucks and at least 90% of it is so basic that you could read it online for free-I rarely feel ripped off but this book is a ripoff and reading the simplistic comments really ticked me off-for ex: "Moving averages are the most commonly found technical indicator on charts" and this brilliant insight "Once broken, resistance tends to act as support" If this is news to you, get the book. He also copies (but also credits to be fair) Weinstein's 4 stages of trend cycles. It's almost as if we are reading a beginners notes as he reads through the basics of technical analysis-all of it is true, but what is this author adding? Answer??! - use lower timeframes to better time your entry into higher timeframe trends. There, now send ME $82 for that idea and read the section on technical analysis for free on wikipeadia and investopedia.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas In between 16 de agosto de 2010
Por bp12345 - Publicado en
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I find it difficult to really slam this book but I cannot recommend it either. The book looks good with nice big pages, glossy cover, color charts. It is also well written and gets its points across well. The information is very good, presented well and important but it is just too remedial. There is not an original thought in this book. If you are anything other that a rank novice there is little to be gained here. The information here is important stuff to know but anyone who has ever traded generally understands about support, resistance, breakouts, and trends. Using them across multiple timeframes is also a very basic concept.

If you know nothing at all about the basics of trading this book is very good and I would recommend to those readers. But if you have any experience at all with a basic knowledge of remedial technical analysis there is nothing to be gained here.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Using technical analysis techniques to understand market dynamics and structure 14 de septiembre de 2009
Por W. Prins - Publicado en
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I decided to buy this book based on favourable recommendations I read elsewhere and because I'm in the process of educating myself about various aspects of trading.

In this book, Brian Shannon, a trader with many years of experience explains probably more clearly than in any other book I've read, why technical analysis works, and how to do use it to develop understanding and insight into markets, and ultimately an edge in trading. For reference, Brian has been involved in markets since 1991, has worked as a broker, owned a day-trading firm, managed a hedge fund, ran a proprietary trading desk (where he was also the most profitable trader of that firm) and have taught thousands of traders world-wide with his involvement with MarketWise, a training firm.

Perhaps the first thing to say is that this book is not a canned "system" that you simply learn and use, although the material covered has a bias towards trend following systems and the material obviously will help in building a trend following system of your own if that's your goal. I would opine that this book should be essential reading for anyone who have an interest in trading the markets as a trend follower, particularly if you're a novice.

The primary topics covered are the 4 stages that stocks go through, namely accumulation, markup, distribution and finally decline (as popularized by Stan Weinstein) and how and why this happens and how this is evident from a price chart, support and resistance and how to properly identify and use them (including various related topics like why support turns into resistance and vice versa and the psychology of participants in the markets), trends and how to identify and use them to identify the highest probability trades including stop loss levels, profit targets and consequently risk/reward ratios, volume and how to properly use it, moving averages and how to properly use them (hint: not as timing indicators for entry but rather as "a visual reference point to which price can be compared in order to identify trends and market structure."), the role of time, how and when to buy or sell short, news and fundamentals and how this should influence your risk/reward rules, short squeezes - what they are and how they happen, a chapter on risk management and strategies, a chapter of collected quotes, rules and general trader wisdom to ponder and internalize, and finally a chapter on "putting it all together" where Brian explains how he uses all these elements in his own daily and weekly trading regime. Regarding the topic of risk, I feel I should add that the topic of risk management is actually weaved throughout the entire book, even if there's a dedicated chapter on it. As Brian says in the introduction, "The number one job of a trader is that of risk manager." Very true and essential to understand/internatlize if you want to make a success of trading.

The book itself is a large (A4) hardback book printed in colour, comprising 184 pages. The print is easy to read and well spaced, making it easy to underline and make notes in the borders. I bought my copy through a third party seller (booktrader88) who gave excellent service and packed the book very well using multiple bubble wrap packages, delivered via DHL.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Phenomenal Discussion of the 4 stages of the market and Short squeezes 25 de octubre de 2013
Por Greg Harmon - Publicado en
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I met Brian Shannon 2 years before reading his book. He was presenting at a MTA Conference in Charlotte at the time. His presentation was about watching the flow in stocks and using to pick off those that did not have the knowledge. It struck me as a pure tape reading exercise. So when I got the opportunity to read his book I was surprised in a very good way. Not only is his process refined and seasoned, but well thought out.

Specifically about his book he does a magnificent job of bringing to life the 4 stages of the market, Accumulation, Mark Up, Distribution and Decline. These are not concepts that he created but the explanations are so easy to understand and really drill home the benefit of understanding them. I also thought his chapter on short squeezes was exceptional. I highlight these two but the entire book is a great read for anyone that wants to learn to trade.

I started by saying that I met Brian in Charlotte. I am also a CMT and have been trading for a number of years. It is with that background that I suggest you pick up this book if you want to trade your own money.

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