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John J Murphy – Charting Made Easy
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By John Murphy  
Introduction :
Chart analysis has become more popular than ever. One of the reasons for that is the availability of highly
sophisticated, yet inexpensive, charting software. The average trader today has greater computer power than major institutions had just a couple of decades ago.
Another reason for the popularity of charting is the Internet. Easy access to Internet charting has produced a great democratization of technical information.Anyone can log onto the Internet today and see a dazzling array of visual market information. Much of that information is free or available at very low cost.

Another revolutionary development for traders is the availability of live market data.With the increased speed of market trends in recent years, and the popularity of short-term trading methods, easy access to live market data has become an indis- pensable weapon in the hands of technically oriented traders. Day-traders live and die with that minute-to-minute price data. And, it goes without saying, that the ability to spot and profit from those short-term market swings is one of the strong points of chart analysis.

Content :
Chapter 1
WHY IS CHART ANALYSIS SO IMPORTANT?
1 Market Timing
Chapter 2
WHAT IS CHART ANALYSIS?
Charts Reveal Price Trends
Types of Charts Available
Any Time Dimension
Chapter 3
HOW TO PLOT THE DAILY BAR CHART
Charts Are Used Primarily to Monitor Trends
Chapter 4
SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE
TRENDLINES AND CHANNELS
Chapter 5
REVERSAL AND CONTINUATION PRICE PATTERNS
Reversal Patterns
The Head and Shoulders
Double and Triple Tops and Bottoms
Saucers and Spikes
Continuation Patterns
Triangles
Flags and Pennants
Chapter 6
PRICE GAPS
Chapter 7
THE KEY REVERSAL DAY
Chapter 8
PERCENTAGE RETRACEMENTS
Chapter 9
THE INTERPRETATION OF VOLUME
Volume Is an Important Part of Price Patterns
On-Balance Volume (OBV)
Plotting OBV
OBV Breakouts
Other Volume Indicators 
Chapter 10
USING DIFFERENT TIME FRAMES FOR
SHORT- AND LONG-TERM VIEWS
Using Intraday Charts
Going from the Long Term to the Short Term
Chapter 11
USING A TOP-DOWN MARKET APPROACH
The First Step:The Major Market Averages
Different Averages Measure Different Things
The Second Step: Sectors and Industry Groups
The Third Step: Individual Stocks
Chapter 12
MOVING AVERAGES
Popular Moving Averages
Bollinger Bands
Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)
Chapter 13
OSCILLATORS
Relative Strength Index (RSI) 
Stochastics
Any Time Dimension
Chapter 14
RATIOS AND RELATIVE STRENGTH
Sector Ratios
Stock Ratios
Market Ratios
Chapter 15
OPTIONS
Option Put/Call Ratio
Contrary Indicator
CBOE Volatility Index (VIX)
Chapter 16
THE PRINCIPLE OF CONFIRMATION
Chapter 17
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
Investing Resource Guide

 

 

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