Tape Reading and Market Tactics

Tape Reading and Market Tactics

Tape Reading and Market Tactics

In this 1931 Wall Street classic, author and noted economist Humphrey B. Neill explains not only how to read the tape, but also how to figure out what’s going on behind the numbers. Illustrated throughout with graphs and charts, this book contains excellent sections on human nature and speculation and remains a classic text in the field today.

Techniques of Tape Reading

Techniques of Tape Reading

Techniques of Tape Reading

How to use trading's most time-honored technique to reap profits in today's fastmoving, point-and-click markets Tape reading is among the oldest and most successful methods of technical analysis. Techniques of Tape Reading shows traders how to incorporate the best aspects of tape reading into a modern trading plan, by understanding the correlation between volume and price and simply trading off what a stock's price movement is telling them to do. A practical, how-to guide for using tape reading to improve trading decisions in today's screen trading environment, Techniques of Tape Reading discusses: Profitable use of tape reading in both swing and day trading How the best traders condition their minds and mind-sets Tape reading techniques for up, down, and nontrending markets

Forbes

Forbes

Forbes


Trades About to Happen

Trades About to Happen

Trades About to Happen

The definitive book on adapting the classic work of Richard Wyckoff to today's markets Price and volume analysis is one of the most effective approaches to market analysis. It was pioneered by Richard Wyckoff, who worked on Wall Street during the golden age of technical analysis. In Trades About to Happen, veteran trader David Weis explains how to utilize the principles behind Wyckoff's work and make effective trades with this method. Page by page, Weis clearly demonstrates how to construct intraday wave charts similar to Wyckoff's originals, draw support/resistance lines, interpret the struggle for dominance in trading ranges, and recognize action signals at turning points. Analyzes markets one bar chart at a time, which recreates the ambiguity of actual trading Emphasizes reading price/volume charts without a secondary reliance on mathematical indicators Includes a short study guide in the appendix to help readers master the material Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, Trades About to Happen promises to be the definitive work on utilizing Wyckoff's classic methods in today's turbulent markets.

Modernism and the Meaning of Corporate Persons

Modernism and the Meaning of Corporate Persons

Modernism and the Meaning of Corporate Persons

Exploring legal treatises, court decisions, political illustrations, photographs, and modernist literature, this volume reveals that the ambiguous status of corporate intention in the first half of the twentieth century provoked conflicting theories of meaning and interpretation still debated today.