A practical guide to industry group rotation, the concept of relative strength, and other short-term techniques traders can use to uncover low-risk, short-term trading opportunities.
The Technical Trader\'s Guide to Finding Great Stocks--Regardless of the Overall Market Environment
Though they rely more on large-scale market dynamics than individual company fundamentals, technical traders still live or die based on the actual stocks they trade. How to Select Stocks Using Technical Analysis--a multimedia CD-ROM tutorial and workbook--explains how to use proven quantitative methods to analyze the trading environment, determine the most attractive industry groups, and then identify the most promising stocks within those groups. It contains everything traders need to know to dramatically improve technical stock selection skills and overall results, including:Relative Strength (RS)
The KST indicator
Financial markets and the business cycle
Industry group rotation around the business cycle
Characteristics of primary bull and bear markets
Optimal industries for selected business cyclesMartin Pring on Technical Analysis series is a unique combination of in-depth audio-visual CD-ROM tutorial and workbook, and is an excellent teaching tool for in-depth research, instant reference, and interactive review. It provides technical traders with remarkably accurate methods--proven effective in today\'s fast-moving markets--for anticipating and exploiting trends.
About the Author
Martin J. Pring is Publisher of the Highly Regarded Newsletter, The Pring Market Review. A frequent contributor to Barron\'s and other leading investment periodicals, he is the author of the all-season investor, the Bestselling Technical Analysis Explained, and a number of other Books on Interest Rates, International Investing, and Commodities and Futures.
Martin J. Pring